One night last month, David Miller, 29, from Narberth, spent the evening with his friends at Xfinity Live, watching the games. After a short train ride to his apartment, he tidied up his home and went to bed.

The fact that there’s nothing remarkable about David’s evening underscores the strength of the support systems that have grown around his co-ed community of young, twenty-something adults here in Narberth. The injury that David Miller sustained as an infant is a fact that alters not his destination in life, but merely the course it takes. And for the Philadelphia Independence Network (PIN), operated by JEVS Human Services, David’s independent quest to navigate life is exactly the goal.

Read more about the PIN program and David’s story in City Suburban News.

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