West Bloomfield cafe and art studio employs residents with special needs

Soul Café, which recently opened in West Bloomfield, is partially staffed by skilled, highly-trained adults with special needs. Adjacent to the restaurant is Dresner Soul Studio, where emerging artists with special needs display and sell their artwork — pottery, weaving, photography, painting, woodworking, silkscreening and more.

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