25 years ago, Terry's son Ben, was born. He is deaf-blind and uses a wheelchair. She accepts the obstacles that she faces and dedicates herself to helping others. Terry's thoughts come from 2-1/2 decades of getting to know her son and the world he lives in.
The individual, not the service provider , decides where he or she will live, and with whom
All my life, I have been told what I can and cannot do. I was told because of my disabilities I would never be able to drive, I would never live on my own and I would never work in a full time job.
Never give up!
Providing care and supervision to children and adults living with their families, referred by Far Northern Regional Center
Beyond Inclusion offers individuals an opportunity to: give and do for others; achieve meaningful paid and/or volunteer work; be empowered to support their own social inclusion; and grow their network of support.
We inspire those around us to discover self-esteem and a sense of personal value
Supported living, employment, and day services