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SEE PHOTOS OF CASA DE AMMA How does Casa de Amma function without official state approval?

DANA POINT – Diane Mac Kelvey bought a box of donuts and coffee.

The Adult Coloring Club – started in January by Laura Blasingham, the library branch manager – has become a quick hit.

Each week, club members choose from three themed designs and use colored pencils or felt-tip markers to color in their pre-designed palettes.

For a moment she seems to resign herself to sneakers. “High heels.” “Comfortable shoes,” counters Lauren Reddy, 26, furrowing her brow with concern and enunciating with the diction of the hearing impaired. As it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a community to help special needs adults make it in this world.

On Friday, in a light rain, the two church friends headed to the Dana Point Library to meet a third friend, Eve Campbell, of Irvine, for a morning of chit-chat and coloring.They determined a new website with imagery and messaging focused on adults with autism would serve them better Increased online visibility and cohesive brand association has already had an impact on Vista Adult Services.Director Brandon Yorty explains that the site’s design clearly associates the organization with the better known Vista School to establish their reputaiton.But Casa de Amma is different from most special needs adult residential facilities.••• Nestled along a quiet road across from a horse ranch in San Juan Capistrano, Casa de Amma is unlicensed, receives no direct state funds and has no licensed staff.

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