Education comes in many forms—it depends on how a person learns. Some people do well in formal classroom settings, others learn tactilely, by smell, through modeling, through music, by doing, and through pictures.
All people, regardless of the need for support have the same rights as anyone else, including the right to be treated with dignity and respect.
This can include sign language, adaptive technology, support groups, participation in community memberships, creative writing, and public speaking.
Nutrition, exercise, hygiene, fashion and manners.
Learning about large farm animals
Kelly, Marilyn, & Carol
Raising money for Autism at the Autism Walk
Individuals will have an opportunity to give and do for others, be empowered to support their own social inclusion, and grow their network of support
Kelly and Amanda
Volunteering at the Animal Shelter
The Call Connection is just one opportunity we provide for paid employment.
We make friendly phone calls to ensure that all is well.
It is people calling people and building relationships.
We understand the need for people to remain independent because that is our desire as well.
Matt is a talented musician. He has a beautiful desire to do things for others and shares his gift with his friend Ben.