I am very impressed with the professional level of teaching young men and women with disabilities skills in cooking and communication skills and relationships with others. These skills are learned more willingly in a setting without the usual caregiver always there. Also the time slot of two and a half hrs. gives me time to accomplish something while I know my daughter's best interest and needs are being met. I also do what I am able to help E.T.L. with the funding piece, and this is not so easy, as Exeter group is only one year old in our community.