KVUE.com: It’s a program designed to help those with intellectual challenges find their place in the real world. The Project SEARCH program started at a Cincinnati hospital, and the Seton Network adopted it in 2007.
It’s changing the lives of some with autism, down syndrome, and other intellectual disabilities and helping them learn to find jobs, be independent, and be successful on their own.
Nick Buchanan, 24, works on the food line at Seton Medical Center on 38th Street, putting together meals for hospital patients. If you watch and listen, you soon discover that Nick is anything but ordinary.
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