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Program aimed at helping individuals with disabilities opens new learning lab in Lee County

The apartment style lab will teach daily living skills
Posted at 8:00 PM, Jul 25, 2019
and last updated 2019-07-25 20:00:44-04

LEE COUNTY, Fla. — There is a new program in Lee County, helping those with disabilities live happier, more productive, and independent lives.

This morning, the Lee Association for Remarkable Citizens, also known as LARC, opened phase one of its new program.

It is a lab that has an apartment-style set up with a bedroom, kitchen, and living area.

It is supposed to help enhance daily living skills for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

They learn how to cook, clean, and more.

The organization still has four more phases to complete.