At a loss for what to do for your friend or loved one with special needs? We have been on an adventure for twenty years now to find answers to the many problems folks with special needs face once they graduate and enter the real world.
We've discovered so many ways that don't work and quite a few that do.
We're helping graduates from programs for students with special needs become entrepreneurs, producing things of real value, from home, to be used as income for the student/worker and fundraisers for the same classrooms that taught them the skills they needed to succeed.
"Help" takes the form of materials to get started, tools, guidance, structure, coaching, instruction, and help to market the finished product.
Contact us if you think you'd like to start a free and independent "Chance Four" in your area.
Special Education Teacher, Retired
101 Washington Street, PMB 207
Grand Haven, MI 49417
"Recycling and re-purposing are so rewarding ...
especially if you're talking about ... people."
Check out the article in the Advance Newspaper:
Corpus Christi Catholic School
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To View Installation Video
(Chance Four members made the large and small signs and garden bench)
Classes coming up !!
Taught by Chance Four Members
Rag Rug Weaving Class
Holland Arts Council
March at Gary Byker Memorial Library, Hudsonville.
check back for dates and times
A student from our last class entered the rug she made in the Hudsonville Fair and won first place!
Come join us.