The nonprofit organization that provides programs for people with developmental disabilities began in 1963. It started with four preschoolers and today has grown to 108 children and adults, ages 9 to 75 years. It continues to provide a well-rounded program that helps clients built self-confidence and become independent members of the community, securing jobs and joining charity organizations like the Aktion Club, a branch of the Kiwanis Club.
On behalf of Rep. Adam Schiff, district representative Teresa Lamb Simpson presented a certificate of congratulations, along with those received from Burbank Mayor Dave Golonski and Gov. Jerry Brown.
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