Let's Empower Someone Today!

You can make it possible for people with disabilities to participate in community based activities, develop meaningful relationships, live independently, develop vocational skills, find their voice, and so much more.

I use the word force because it’s not always a personal choice; society has yet to level the playing field for people with I/DD. What we often consider a fun night out to a restaurant or community event can be a daunting task for these marginalized members of our society; simple things like reading a menu or transportation aren’t regularly accessible.