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Results related to: Employment / Williamson County
Matt (23), Down syndrome, Williamson County
“I have new friends and new students and I have old friends like Will who I knew a little.”
Justin (19), Intellectual Disability, Williamson County
“People started knowing that I had initiative and worked hard. I stood up for myself and let them know the real me.
Haley (19), Intellectual Disability, Williamson County
“The program teaches me how to live on my own when I am ready to move out of my parents’ house and move into an apartment of my own.”
Bud (24), Other, Williamson County
“The thing Next Steps has helped me the most with is help me to realize that I have far more potential than I thought I did in terms of finding a job.
Seth (23), Autism, Williamson County
“If Seth had waiver services, everything would change. He would have something to look forward to and something to do.
Eric (23), Down syndrome, Williamson County
“If it doesn’t seem right, I don’t care who’s telling you, if it’s not right, you make it right. You have to make it work. You do whatever you need to do. You need to always understand what your rights are and what your child's rights are, or else you may
get short changed.”