Job offers more than a paycheque to B.C. man with Down syndrome

Job offers more than a paycheque to B.C. man with Down syndrome
Job offers more than a paycheque to B.C. man with Down syndrome
Service Edwards knows exactly what he wants to do with the Stars in concert: bad guy for the first time as part of the cleaning team at the Lonsdale key associated with Curtis Edwards cognitive disability paired with his low self confidence made it a bumpy road to employment. Until he met with Amanda Myers, a lot of towns is getting into the employment market and then to help me help me by my job. The first after a few months together, he began trial shifts with dextera, where he was eventually hired is coming out. She coaches Curtis Edwards on site: where does the plastic go? Who plays in the community where they can show their strengths and abilities? Formal interview, where is IR? Clients are better when they are able to show their abilities. I’M seeing someone for breast and steamed that they’re happy seen what they can do and they could do more than what they actually think they can. Everybody deserves a shot, give them a short North
Brion Kurbis-Edwards claims he had trouble finding paid employment because he has Down syndrome. He landed his first paying job at 24 and says working at a North Vancouver food market has helped him develop a sense of confidence and belonging.

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