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COLUMBIA CITY â€” It has been less than six months since Passages, Inc.â€™s Executive Director Jason Meyer stepped over the threshold of the new Creative Learning Center and its innovative programming launched.
Passages, Inc., a nonprofit that works with people with intellectual disabilities, now offers an education component to its life-skills building initiative. When a two-story medical building was acquired and remodeled in Columbia City, Passages expanded its services to include art, cooking and other creative classes.
Meyer said the response has been positive. â€śOur clients have really enjoyed the new services we can offer,â€ť he said. â€śThey are excited to learn and have the chance to develop creative skills. Things have gone well in the new building. I think weâ€™ve all adjusted nicely.â€ť
Areas of focus and learning are evolving as Passages staff members communicate with its clients. Meyer said conversaions are held to discuss what is working and what is not.
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