Monthly Super Star

This Months Super Star Is….

Justin Richards! 

 

Justin is one of 5 boys! He was born to Donna and John Richards. He was diagnosed with Autism at age 4. He was non verbal for the longest time. He has since moved forward in a big way and is a graduated culinary chef! 

Let’s give it up for Chef Justin! 

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