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AND, give our residents the opportunity to build social connections with their community by attending local events and increase their activities with nature, sports groups, amusement parks, service organizations and religious groups of their choice.
It's so important to expand each residents' opportunities -- giving each one, the personal choice to become involved in new experiences. The potential, then, is for new friendships to blossom by getting to know people, other than family and staff.
We would like you to be a part of our vision for all of our residents, with autism, intellectual disabilities and mental health needs, to be respected and valued members of the community.