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Redbook Magazine: Build a strong future

We were recently featured in Redbook magazine, in a brief summary of three non-profit approaches for helping kids with autism. We actually employ people with a whole range of developmental and intellectual disabilities

 
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Winchester Star: Less ordinary farmers have higher social goal (Jan. 25, 2018)

BLUEMONT — Most parents agree: There isn’t anything they wouldn’t do to ensure their children grow up to be healthy adults with opportunities to thrive and be productive. It’s hard work for parents of healthy children. It’s harder work for parents of children with developmental disabilities. Parents Maya Wechsler and Greg Masucci are working harder than they ever imagined at their 24 acre Clarke County property that is A Farm Less Ordinary.

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A Farm Less Ordinary growing successful crops, people

Bluemont-based A Farm Less Ordinary and Ashburn’s Topgolf are teaming up to raise funds and awareness for A Farm Less Ordinary’s mission to employ people with disabilities.

The two-year-old nonprofit farm was founded by husband and wife pair Greg Masucci and Maya Wechsler after the two became involved in the disabilities community. Their source of inspiration is their own son, Max, who is autistic and nonverbal.

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Bluemont farm creates opportunities for those less ordinary

Maya Wechsler and Greg Masucci are self-proclaimed city slickers. Living in D.C. proved to be a difficult place to raise their nonverbal, autistic son Max and his younger sister Delilah. In an effort to provide a safe environment for their family, the couple made the pilgrimage to Bluemont after buying a 24-acre farm. 

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Reported and Photographed by Scott Rensberger for WUSA9 News. Original story appears here.