University Assists Kids with Down Syndrome Young people with Down Syndrome often get out of high school without the skills they need to land a job. The University of Southern Maine has launched a new program to provide career and life skills for students with Down Syndrome. Hear Susan Sharon of Maine Public Radio.

University Assists Kids with Down Syndrome

University Assists Kids with Down Syndrome

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Young people with Down Syndrome often get out of high school without the skills they need to land a job. The University of Southern Maine has launched a new program to provide career and life skills for students with Down Syndrome. Hear Susan Sharon of Maine Public Radio.