This week on Street Beat, host Sean Lee from WWJ Newsradio 950 looks at living with a disability.

First WWJ Newsradio 950 report Zahra Huber takes us behind the scenes at the Friendship Circle bakery, a special program that teaches life skills to clients with mental and physical disabilities by getting them involved in the world of baking. Then, Bassie Shemtov, Friendship Circle Director, will explain more about the Bakery program and other offerings, including summer camp.

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Next, Dr. Carmen McIntyre, Medical Director for Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority, will discuss mental health issues.

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Finally, Dr. Colleen Allen with Autism Alliance of Michigan will talk about their upcoming Gala and what’s going on with Autism research and awareness for month of April.

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