Employable Me - Daniel and Alessia

Employable Me

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Though his Autism Spectrum Disorder makes one-on-one job interviews challenging for Daniel, he is an accomplished public speaker. He would love to find an employer that is looking for someone with a creative mind who thinks outside the box. Alessia is a stylish woman with a Mild Intellectual Disability. She and her best friend Alanna love all things beauty related. Alessia wants to channel her passion for beauty, and her love of kids, into a career that excites her.
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Jun 25, 2021
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