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Jeremiah’s Ranch celebrates five years in Fallbrook

 

Last updated 4/1/2016 at Noon

Pauline Williams, Leni Leth, Eden Silver, BJ Lane, Denae Prosser, Lenila Batali (instructor), Beverly Prosser, and Linda White kick off the first class of College of Adaptive Education in 2015, "Writing A Business Plan." (Pauline Williams, Leni Leth, Eden Silver, BJ Lane, Denae Prosser, Lenila Batali (instructor), Beverly Prosser, and Linda White kick off the first class of College of Adaptive Education in 2015, "Writing A Business Plan.")

FALLBROOK – In Fallbrook, a group of parents met in 2010 out of concern for their adult children, all of whom have developmental disabilities. Their concern was what was going to happen to their child when they no longer could care for them.

In 2011, the nonprofit called Jeremiah’s Ranch was formed. The primary focus was, and still is, to create a community for their adult children with special needs to reside in.

Since that time, Jeremiah’s Ranch has built a community within Fallbrook, offering many types of activities. Jeremiah’s Ranch has monthly support group meetings, educati...



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