Deerfield nonprofit turns propagandize supply selling into vocational training for those with special needs

February 20, 2018 - School Supplies

As a caregiver to 3 family members with disabilities, Deerfield proprietor Mary Beth Furman satisfied there were few internal resources to assistance with vocational training.

Furman pronounced she felt while special preparation departments during internal schools met many of a needs for children, things change in a adult years.

“Things flattering most dry adult then,” Furman said. “There is a outrageous need and it is not being met adequately.”

Inspired by an adult stepson with autism and a hermit with Down syndrome, Furman started a nonprofit Deerfield Coalition in 2012 to improved support a vocational needs of adults with disabilities.