Since 1971 we have been standing with and supporting people with disabilities as they pursue their personal dreams and goals.
Each individual will have a quality of life defined by personal preferences, cultural identity, and informed choices.
Individuals will participate as citizens contributing to the life of their neighborhoods and communities by the work that they do, the relationships they develop, and the interests they share.
People will be known for their talents, abilities, and interests rather than their deficits, disability, or difficulties.
Each person's network of relationships will include family, friends, and others who care about the person.