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May 26th 2014:Teaching Persons with Disabilities to Cook Confidently

Matthew Miller has mild cerebral palsy. He’s a sales associate at Wal-Mart. He talks about his own experience with his own family’s family caregiving. He describes his book, ‘Overcoming Obstacles in Cooking’,, and what led him to write it. He explains the obstacles he experienced when he was learning cooking, the ways he learned to overcome these, and what he learned from his mother. He discusses the types of obstacles experienced by persons with disabilities in work that is new to them. He identifies the most important things that employers, managers, co-workers and fellow

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Matthew Miller

Matthew Miller has mild cerebral palsy. It took him longer to learn to cook. He currently works as a sales associate at Wal-Mart. Before that, he was a cashier. He has also worked as a special education teacher, teacher assistant, and substitute teacher. He is a graduate of Culpeper County High School and earned an Associate of Arts and Sciences degree in education from Germanna Community College. He has a B.S. degree in special education and a Master of Arts degree in Human Relations. During college, he volunteered his time as a peer academic advisor, a student grader, and gave presentations of transition planning in special education and test-taking strategies. He types about 40 words a
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