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 Families With Special Needs Find Community Thanks to Chasidic Teachings

When Connor Larson turned 4 years old, his family became actively involved in the Friendship Circle.

“Connor absolutely loves going there,” Stacy Larson of Farmington Hills, Mich., says of the flagship project that gave birth to a network of Chabad-Lubavitchprograms benefitting children with special needs around the globe. “You can tell that when he walks in the door. He loves pushing buttons, he loves going inside; he feels like a normal kid.”…

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Families With Special Needs Find Community Thanks to Chasidic Teachings
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