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August 2, 2019
by Darlene Borré
Why would a parent advocate for their disabled child to be paid less than minimum wage?
This seems crazy right? Shouldn’t parents be raising their kids up, fighting for equal pay?
But yet I find...
March 8, 2019
We knew we had a good thing when the Director of Pops’n Jazz approached US this year to ask whether we would like a Sensory Friendly Performance again this year.
So many people with disabilities...
December 10, 2018
The WeHUB (West Hartford Unified Business) Holiday party brought together 2 high schools in a perfect storm of hunger, pizza, presents, the occasional high pitched yell and laughter.
At such a...
November 8, 2018
It’s not easy to connect with people when you can’t talk. Or type. When you get so sensory overloaded you sometimes just want to run away or scream. And sometimes you do just that.
Few can under...
October 22, 2018
I am a few minutes late and the students are already knee deep in ideas. H offers up a Kodak instant pix idea for football games. A discussion about prices, t-shirt designs, blogs, websites an...
July 7, 2018
by Meredith Swanson
Our club has been growing and growing over the last year! We have had so many new opportunities to sell, and we have learned so much from each experience! One sale of note is our sale of produc...
May 2, 2017
Maren Beverly and Jaiden West
Jaiden is a 17 year old senior at Hall High School. In her free time, she loves to listen to Taylor Swift, swim in her pool (during the summer, of course), and read the "Guinness Book of World...
April 21, 2017
by Quinn and Jack
Quinn Beal is a 16-year-old sophomore at Hall High School. He has two siblings, an older brother and an older sister. He lives in West Hartford, CT.
At school, Quinn enjoys spending time with hi...
Megan and Weller
The best way to teach job skills is to first get to know the student and determine what they are interested in.
Weller is a 15 year-old sophomore at Hall High School. He is a part of the...
March 23, 2017
Meet the teen behind SHREDS firestarters...
Ben is a 16 year old sophomore at Conard High School with autism. He enjoys swimming, listening to music and watching YouTube videos.
14(c): When Good Intentions Lead to Bad Results
A SENSORY FRIENDLY PERFORMANCE OF POPS 'N JAZZ
An Epic Holiday Party
When It Clicks
A Day in the Life of WeHa Business Club
We Learned a Lot This Year
Turning a Passion Into a Business
A "Dank" Way To Get a Job
The BEST Way to Teach Job Skills
How to Choose the Right Micro-Business For Your Teen
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