We envision a world grounded in Love: embodying Compassion, Dignity, Charity, Justice and Excellence for children with intellectual and physical disabilities. We are committed to serve medically fragile children and we recognize each individual as a unique creation of God.
Complex or Severe Support Needs
New Perspectives, Inc. is an Adult Development Program serving individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabled Adults.
Our curriculum is based on the idea of challenging one’s self at the highest potential in order to find the maximum possible outcome.
WE ARE ESSENTIAL Providing residential support to persons withdevelopmental disabilities and significant behavioral needs
I am an expert in therapeutic and learning differences school placement as well as advocay at IEP meetings.
Hello! I look forward to supporting children and their families from diverse backgrounds who are struggling at home, school or in the community. I have an extensive background in working with children/adolescents who are severely impacted by Autism and who are also non-verbal.
Pursuing recognition, policy and solutions for the surging population of individuals, families and caregivers affected by severe forms of autism and related disorders.
The NCSA will:
Located in Wichita, Kansas, Heartspring is a leading provider of services and therapies for children with special needs and developmental disabilities. We offer a residential school, pediatric services, and autism services.
Pathfinder, Inc., a nationally recognized nonprofit organization, is dedicated to the development and implementation of individualized strategies designed to enable citizens with developmental disabilities, and/or behavioral health needs, total access to community life.
Creating opportunities for equality, inclusion, and independence for children and adults with disabilities
One of the biggest challenges for families with a child of special needs is finding time to grow their own faith. At Venture, we have created HisKids to meet the needs and nurture the faith of the entire family, based on these guiding principles: