Saturday, April 23, 2011

Employment Program Comes Up Roses

HARTFORD, Conn. -- Roses for Autism, a training and employment program for people on the autism spectrum, has been named the 2011 Business of the Year in Connecticut.
The organization was recognized at the state Capitol and given the award by the Connecticut General Assembly on April 4.
The goal of Roses for Autism is to teach people with autism the skills they need to be successfully employed in the community.

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