The students at The Rosemary Kennedy School have been volunteering at RewearAble since October of 2017. They started out with simple folding of sheets and towels, and have gone on to so much more since. Sorting, matching, bagging, counting, rubber banding, and breaking up boxes are some of the tasks that have been added to their repertoire since they started. Our students, with our staff supervision, have learned to work as part of a team, to stay in their work area; to work without prompting and continual redirection; to accept help without acting out; and to adjust to changes when necessary. They have learned to function appropriately as well as productively in the RewearAble setting. The need for prompting has decreased, and the productivity has increased. Additionally, the students have learned to adjust to not finding out until they get to the site what they are doing and where they are working, which is a great learning experience for them. RewearAble has been a very successful work environment for our students.