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New Perspectives - Aug, 1993 Issue #23 

Lee, Massachusetts
Michael P. McManmon, Ed.D., Director

The Center was established in 1984, and "is an individualized transitional program for learning disabled young adults who are committed to the goal of successful, fulfilling employment and independent life-style. Three major components to the program include: CLINICAL to help work through the challenges associated with coping with today's complex world; VOCATIONAL to determine work interests and develop job skills through on-campus job placements, through volunteer placements off-campus and ultimately, to a permanent job in one of the surrounding Berkshire communities; and RESIDENTIAL with a committed professional staff."

"Established in 1984, B.C.I.L. is a postsecondary coed independent living program for learning disabled young adults, ages 18-30. Up to 20 students reside for a 2 year period in shared furnished apartments within walking distance to stores, library, bus line, and other community services."

"The goal of the program is to help each student to gain the self-esteem necessary to become responsible for managing appropriate life skills and finances as independently as possible."

Copyright 1993, Woodbury Reports, Inc. (This article may be reproduced without prior approval if the copyright notice and proper publication and author attribution accompanies the copy.)

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