Bethesda In Action

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In The Media

The Coffee Hour – Preparing Students with Disabilities for Independent Adult Living

(St. Louis) — Samantha Bear, Adult Living Skills Professor/Campus and Community Life Coordinator with Bethesda College Of Applied Learning at Concordia University Wisconsin, and Kalindi Drewry, second year Bethesda College student, join Andy and Sarah to talk about what Bethesda College of Applied Learning is and how it prepares students with intellectual and developmental disabilities for independent adult living, including job training and servant events.

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