Healthy nutrition class for people with disabilities
KINGSTON – The Gracie Center is offering its first series of classes for adults with developmental disabilities beginning on Wednesday, June 5.
“With this class, we’ll be working on good nutrition and making healthy snacks,” said Julie Craig, a board member of the Gracie Center and parent of a daughter with cerebral palsy. “A lot of times when we teach them to cook, we tend to teach things that are easy to do.”
The Gracie Center was established last year as a resource for adults with developmental disabilities who are no longer eligible for adaptive education in the public schools. After their 22nd birthday, the school-based support network disappears, leaving many adults without alternate resources.
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