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20-Year-Old With Autism and His Mother Open Bakery to Employ Others on Spectrum

30 Oct 2017 11:48 | Anonymous


20-year-old with autism and his mother open bakery to employ others on spectrum

A great feel-good story. Jacob Wittman's mother, Shelly Henley, had to bribe her autistic son to make it down the stairs by 10:30 am. The other morning, she found him in the kitchen at 7:10 am making a shopping list, upset that Costco did not open until 10. The difference? The mother and son team have co-founded ‘No Label at the Table Food Company’, a bakery that employs people on the autism spectrum, and found the meaningful work that gives Jacob a greater sense of self-worth: http://bit.ly/2gUuje7

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