Meadows, A metro company breaking down barriers; providing opportunity for disabled Oklahomans
EDMOND – A metro company is providing opportunity for Oklahoma’s disabled adults to serve their communities.
28-year-old Julie Davis is developmentally disabled and works at the Meadows in Edmond, Oklahoma.
Meadows is a data destruction outfit, a public private partnership that employs almost 50 disabled clients, as they are called.
Meadows is a non-profit corporation serving a dual purpose in the community as a sheltered workshop providing data destruction and other business services to more than 3,000 organizations and businesses across Oklahoma.
Today’s story about Meadows is about those arguing their tax dollars should not be spent on this type of social safety net. What do you think?
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