Soul Café offers job training to adults with special needs

A new café and art studio opened in West Bloomfield and is offering priceless opportunities to adults with special needs. Most of the employees at the café have special needs and were once part of the Farber Center’s Friendship Circle program as children. The Soul Café is a restaurant open for breakfast and lunch connected in the Farber Center offering valuable on the job training in kitchen and serving skills. “Providing job training for these amazing young people is critical,” executive director Bassie Shemtov said. “We will train them so they can go work in the private sector.”

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