(KUSA / NBC News) – Transportation can be one of the biggest obstacles for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
At times, it can keep them from accessing the community independently.
A couple in Denver saw that struggle and came up with a class to teach those with disabilities how to safely and successfully use ridesharing.
Honeyman Services is a Medicaid Program Approved Sevice Agency (PASA) with the State of Colorado.
They work with intellectually and developmentally disabled people who are transitioning out of high school and into adult services.
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