For disabled graduates, finding jobs is tough

Unlike his brother Drew, who went off to college after graduating last year from Dunwoody High School, Tyler Luciani, who has a mild intellectual disability, is struggling to find his place in the world. The most he can hope for is a job but training is hard to come by.

Unlike his brother Drew, who went off to college after graduating last year from Dunwoody High School, Tyler Luciani, who has a mild intellectual disability, is struggling to find his place in the world. The most he can hope for is a job but training is hard to come by.

AJC Subscribers can read more about the challenges of disable students finding work by visiting myajc.com

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