PLYMOUTH — The Center at Hampton House recently hosted its second annual fashion show and silent auction in recognition of Autism Awareness Month.

Some of the models in the show were people who receive services from the Center at Hampton House, which offers individual and group pre-employment and job support services for high school transition students and individuals over the age of 21 with intellectual disabilities and autism. Its programs strive to develop social, technological and vocational workplace ready skills as a springboard to confidence, employment and a fulfilling life.

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