Editor's Note: Working offers lessons in independence
John stocks shelves, mops floors and does other general housekeeping tasks at the Walgreens store in DeKalb.
He’s not on the store payroll; think of it as more of an internship. He is gaining work experience and learning life skills like being on time and taking orders from a boss.
John is a student with autism at Camelot School in DeKalb. The school’s vocational program places students like him in unpaid work situations with businesses around the area.
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