Living and Learning Enrichment Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
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To help individuals with autism and related challenges reach their full potential in work, relationships, and in the community.
To serve this “forgotten population” of teens and adults who have autism and related challenges by offering a variety of services that will enhance their life and their families.
FEATURED MEDIA INTERVIEWS
Living and Learning Founder and President Rachelle Vartanian featured in HOUR Detroit Magazine in the article, “An Hour With…Rachelle Vartanian”.
Rachelle Vartanian, Founder and President of Living and Learning, interviewed by Mitch Albom on The Heart of Detroit.
Rachelle Vartanian, Founder and President of Living and Learning, interviewed on the Autism Quality of Life Podcast.
Living and Learning Enrichment Center
315 Griswold St
Northville, MI 48167
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CONTACT: Rachelle Vartanian, 248-308-3592, LivingandLearningCenter@gmail.com
Local Nonprofit Holds “Spectrum Fest 2018” to Support New Job Training Market for Individuals with Autism and Related Challenges
Northville, MI — The unemployment rate for individuals with autism is upwards of 90%. The nonprofit organization Living and Learning, located in downtown Northville, is holding “Spectrum Fest 2018” on Saturday, September 8, noon to 10:00pm. Proceeds from this event will support the establishment of Living and Learning’s new “Mod Market”, a market and job hub. Mod Market will be located at 150 Mary Alexander Court in downtown Northville and will provide job training, real world job experiences, and jobs for individuals with autism and other special needs.
“Spectrum Fest 2018 will be a day of family fun, music and food on Main Street in downtown Northville. Mod Market will provide an eclectic shopping experience while also giving individuals with autism and related challenges the opportunity to learn essential job skills and obtain gainful employment. We invite everyone in the community and beyond to come out to have a great time and support our new Mod Market to help lower the unemployment rate for individuals with autism and related challenges,” says Living and Learning’s Founder and Executive Director Rachelle Vartanian.
Admission to the event is free. Music will be performed by local bands and headlined by Fifty Amp Fuse. There will be an assortment of food, beverages and spirits available to purchase, along with a variety of vendors and activities for all ages.
Living and Learning provides social and job skills training to teens and adults with autism and other special needs. They are located at 315 Griswold Street in downtown Northville. For more information or to learn more about Spectrum Fest 2018 visit www.LivingandLearningCenter.org or call 248-308-3592.