Vision and Mission

Our Vision and Philosophy

  • We aim to provide services to people with any form of self-identified or diagnosed disability.

  • We believe in the Neurodiversity Paradigm and specialize in providing information and services to the Neurodivergent population.

  • We support use of self-selected inclusive language, using either identify-first or person-first language.

  • We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of our activities or operations.

  • We recognize that mainstream services and supports are not the best fit for everyone. We aim to provide information on support options available outside of the traditional service model paradigm. Specifically, through assistance with support planning, person-centered planning, self-advocacy training and support, and home education.

Our Mission

  • To conduct education on alternative funding sources needed to remain living in the community and prevent institutionalization

  • To foster and facilitate community integration from a grassroots and person-centered perspective

  • To conduct outreach to economically and culturally marginalized populations

  • To provide low or no cost person centered support planning for Medicaid waiver recipients, or recipients of other federal, state, or local funding

  • To provide information and coaching on alternative education options for youth, that accommodates their specific needs and ensures their academic success and workforce readiness

  • To connect to alternative community resources and supports