CBS4: Those With Special Needs Hit Hard During Coronavirus Closures

Colorado’s unemployment rate is at its highest level in several years due to the coronavirus pandemic. Workers with special needs are also losing jobs due to businesses closing, but even if their workplaces are still operating, the paycheck isn’t worth what they’d be risking by coming to work.

Laradon provides educational, vocational, residential services to children and adults with developmental disabilities. While the company is closed in accordance with Colorado’s social distancing guidelines, they’re still working to support clients who have been impacted by COVID-19.

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