We envision a world where people with autism, intellectual disabilities and mental health needs are respected, valued members of the community.
Participation in the community includes taking part in as many experiences and outings as possible. This might be a walk the neighborhood 7-11 or to a theme park, and more!
In the last year kids like Juan climbed a wall -- reaching higher,
Katy learned how to swim - reaching higher
Sam displayed his art during a special event - reaching higher.
Abel plays soccer weekly - reaching higher
People with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) often need community-based long term supports and services (LTSS) to support their needs and to live as independently as possible. This includes assistance with daily activities, such as getting dressed, taking medication, preparing meals, job coaching, residential supports, and managing money.