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July 09, 2012

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JJ Hanley

What Mr. Schifsky describes is not a sheltered workshop. It's a failed agency. I too have seen places described as sheltered workshops when they are actually just warehouses. Sheltered workshops should not be abolished. They should be one of a range of options available for adults with dd to live productive, empowered, independent lives. For some individuals, a well-run sheltered workshop will provide that opportunity. But it shouldn't be the only option (as it is in most communities today.

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