Program will teach people with special needs to cook healthy - www.jewishaz.com: Families & Lifestyles

Program will teach people with special needs to cook healthy

Janet Perez | Staff Writer | Posted: Wednesday, July 19, 2017 8:03 am

Thanks to seed funding from a Phoenix-based natural and organic food store chain, adults with autism and other neuro-diversities will be able to take cooking classes to help them eat healthy.

Throught its Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation, Sprouts Farmers Market awarded a $10,000 grant to First Place AZ, providing funding for a collection of “Cook Healthy” courses, according to a press release.

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