D’Vine Path celebrates anniversary

In 2019, D’Vine Path students serve in their first paid catering job for Mainly Mozart, featuring Temple Grandin, an American professor of animal science at Colorado State University and autism representative. Valley News/Courtesy photo
TEMECULA – D’Vine Path, a nonprofit program for adults with autism, developmental delays or learning disabilities, recently celebrated their anniversary. Providing vocational and life skills training in agriculture, hospitality and the arts, the D’Vine Path program operates on Batali Ranch property, a commercial vineyard and agriculture business located in Fallbrook. D’Vine Path and Batali Ranch are collaboratively dedicated to providing hands-on training, educating and creating meaningful opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities.Given the large number of wineries, vineyards and hotels located in the Fallbrook area and neighboring North County San Diego and Riverside counties, the program provides students with relevant life and vocational skills from profession
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