The idea was first started by Angie Gamades back when she was a special education teacher at Chaska High School in Chaska, Minnesota.  She would often bake with her students on the autism spectrum, as the methodical and repetitive work is soothing to them.  Today, she’s turned the idea to the adults, and has brought them in to start up a dog treat bakery, because she believes adults with intellectual disabilities are often overlooked.
Her baking with the students was such a hit, that they would often call her outside of school hours to invite her to come and bake with them.  It didn’t take her very long to realize that there was a ton of untapped potential in her students.  So, it just seemed like a natural next step that was also a great way to create some meaningful jobs that pay full wages for a group of people that …
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