Transcript for Cafes and an ice cream shop employ dozens of special needs staff
Finally tonight, here orbing our persons of the week. The workers and their bosses determined to make sure they get a chance. In middletown New Jersey, the no limits cafe means just what it says. Hi, David. Welcome to no limits cafe in middletown, New Jersey. Stephanie Cartier employs dozens of workers with special needs. Tommy in the kitchen, Jake taking the orders. Like the cafe's name, their boss saying there are no limits. You can be nonverbal, use a mobile device, we don't care because everybody has potential. Everybody. Stephanie's daughter Katie has special needs. We have a daughter who has down syndrome. What is she going to do after high school? She thought, let's help our daughter and so many other sons and daughters, too. I love this job. I hope we keep getting more and more people coming in. Everyone here so so positive and gets you in the mood to The customers, all in. I think it's a really great idea. I hope it's a trend, because there is a large community of special needs adults. We hope so too. We reported on this before, it was Coleman in Dallas, Texas. Come on in. He is vice president of howdy home made ice extreme. A dozen employees from 16 to 31, each of them with special needs before this ice cream shop, Emily had trouble finding a job. It makes me feel like there's not a place for me in this world. There is now, because Dallas businessman Tom Landis knew exactly the kind of worker he was hoping for. It jumped out that hey, this is what the restaurant industry needs. From Dallas to middletown, New Jersey, it's the workers and their inclusive bosses setting the bar. This one's for Now, we know the Trump strategy- try to win by attacking, distorting, dividing. Mr. President: It. Won't. Work. Newspapers report Bloomberg is
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