Help me give my students a new Samsung stackable washer and dryer set.
This project expired on March 25, 2019.
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I work with a group of students with intellectual disabilities, including autism, in a middle school setting. Our school is in a small tight-knit community, and many of our students receive free or reduced-price lunch. Despite the many difficulties they are faced with, my students have the drive to succeed.
These students work hard to overcome obstacles and meet their goals.
I have high expectations for them and push them to achieve at a higher level each day. They rise to the challenge and are always very proud of their accomplishments.
My students participate in a vocational skills class at school every day. The purpose of this class is to teach them valuable skills to help them become independent adults. With a new Samsung washer and dryer, the students will be able to bring their laundry into school to practice this essential life skill. The other bonus is that a stackable washer and dryer will free up space in our bathroom, making it more accessible to students with disabilities!
When people hear the word "disability," they immediately think about all of the things someone cannot do, and I want to help my students show people what they can do.
Independence is key to them becoming successful adults.
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