A young woman puts a load of laundry in the washer.
A young man writes the next chapter in his book.
Another young man explores an aquarium in Florida via the internet.
Roommates sit down at the table to share dinner.
All slices of life for the residents and clients of Apple Patch, which recently celebrated its 25th anniversary.
Today Apple Patch serves nearly 300 adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) through a variety of programming. Its beginnings, however, were quite humble.