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Points of Pride: Ausome Karate focuses on children with special needs (with video)

9:19 PM, May 3, 2013
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Jan Flatoff says martial arts allow people to participate in a group while also progressing at their own pace.

She offers up herself as an example. After taking a self-defense class in college, Flatoff took some time off when she got married and had children, then got involved with martial arts around 2008. Today, she has a black belt in Shotokan Karate, is studying aikido and has studied taekwondo.

"You have some people like me, who wasn't picked first in gym, who can have success and achieve something, even if it takes you a little bit longer," said Flatoff, 54, of Plover. ...

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