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Md. grant will help students with disabilities set back by pandemic

April 14, 2022

Jovay Sweeney, a 21-year-old Hyattsville, Md., resident with cerebral palsy, had been making good progress toward someday living on her own. She had practiced answering questions for a job interview, and learned how to dress for a job, too. But when the coronavirus pandemic forced the D.C. region to shut down in-person schooling, Sweeney’s learning nearly stopped, said her mother, Karen Sweeney. More than two years later, the family is hoping a local nonprofit’s program can help make up for lost time.

Article Source: Washington Post

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