BackTownsville’s ‘Master Shredder’ shows how work can change the life of people with disabilities
Townsville’s ‘Master Shredder’ shows how work can change the life of people with disabilities
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17 June 2020 at 2:30 pm
At 21 years old Emma Lynam is kicking goals — she has her own flat, her own small business, and recently hired her first employee.
These achievements are significant for any young person, but they are especially so for Emma, who has Down syndrome, mild autism, is unable to read and write, and communicates through sign language.
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