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    Jon Duley, a client of Life Enrichment Advancing People and a resident of the organization’s Anson Street group home in Farmington, pauses while playing a video game on Wednesday. The organization is celebrating its 35th year helping disabled adults live fulfilling lives.

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    Jon Duley high-fives Kyla Wheeler, administrator at the Anson Street group home in Farmington on Wednesday. Duley is on the autism spectrum and is a recipient of the services provided by the LEAP program, which runs the home he lives in and has been providing support for disabled clients for 35 years.

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    Anson Street group home resident Jon Duley and direct support professional Olivia Fahn fold clothes at the Farmington home on Wednesday.

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    Anson Street group home Administrator Kyla Wheeler, left, and direct support professional Taresa Millett assist resident Jon Duley with a puzzle at the Farmington home on Wednesday.

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