Options few for graduates with intellectual developmental disabilities

Most graduates are either going off to college or the job market But for the estimated 1,400 adults with disabilities who graduate each year in Georgia, there's not much left to do. Kathy Keeley, executive director of the nonprofit All About Developmental Disabilities, believes "supported employment" is the answer. Find out why at www.myajc.com/news/lifestyles/for-developmentally-disabled-options-are-f

Unlike his brother Drew, who went off to college after graduating last year from Dunwoody High School, Tyler Luciani, who has a mild intellectual disability, is struggling to find his place in the world. The most he can hope for is a job but training is hard to come by.

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