Arlene Bouza-Jou, left, who runs a sports program for children with autism for Miami-Dade County's Parks, stands with mother and daughter, Verenita Mejia, right, and Beatrice Mejia, center, at the Transition Resource Fair in southwest Miami, which helps place special-needs adults into programs that help them continue learning after they ‘age out’ of school.
Arlene Bouza-Jou, left, who runs a sports program for children with autism for Miami-Dade County's Parks, stands with mother and daughter, Verenita Mejia, right, and Beatrice Mejia, center, at the Transition Resource Fair in southwest Miami, which helps place special-needs adults into programs that help them continue learning after they ‘age out’ of school. Caitlin Granfield For the Miami Herald
Arlene Bouza-Jou, left, who runs a sports program for children with autism for Miami-Dade County's Parks, stands with mother and daughter, Verenita Mejia, right, and Beatrice Mejia, center, at the Transition Resource Fair in southwest Miami, which helps place special-needs adults into programs that help them continue learning after they ‘age out’ of school. Caitlin Granfield For the Miami Herald

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April 16, 2015 6:21 PM

Resource fair offers options for special needs adults ‘aging out’ of school

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