Guiding Principles


In order to build an integrative neighborhood for adults with disabilities we plan on focusing on these steps to better insure these individuals are fully supported.

SOCIAL INTEGRATION

Social isolation is a factor in our loved one’s lives. It is important as they grow older to establish relationships and companionship for their health and wellbeing.

SUPPORTED INDEPENDENCE

We believe young adults with disabilities could live more independently in an integrative community with individual support for daily living and working.

PARTNERSHIPS

We believe collaborating with surrounding agencies provide residents with richer opportunities for learning, employment, socializing and providing a safety net when family members pass on.

OPPORTUNTITES

We believe that these adults should be offered increased opportunities to supplement publicly supported services with private, non-profit and volunteer support.

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