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

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

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