Building an inclusive community for allOur uniquely Jewish approach gives people with disabilities opportunities to discover new ways to grow, participate in the community and experience independence. This is particularly important as families prepare for a time when parents or other family members can no longer be the primary caregiver.
We are deeply committed to creating positive outcomes for Jewish people with disabilities and their families. We believe it is everyone’s right to participate within the community and to be treated with dignity and respect. By providing support, we seek to give people the freedom of choice to live life their way.
"We, the one's who are challenged, need to be heard. To be seen not as a disability, but as a person who has, and will continue to bloom. To be seen not only as a handicap, but as a well intact human being." ~ Robert M. Hensel