focuses primarily on the following areas:
(Education and Economic Development)
Assisting parents and individuals to find the best educational facility to match their children’s needs and assist if specialized transport is needed.
(Housing, Life Plan, Long Term Care Needs)
Support of the individual and their caregivers providing options to live independently, assisted or semi-assisted in their residence or long-term care facility. Should their current living situation change, they can have the peace of mind of how they will be taken care of if their caregiver becomes ill.
(Caregiver Support, Respite, Liaison with Parent Support Groups)
Parents/caregivers of children with special needs will often feel overwhelmed with the level of care needs. Many support groups are offered in and around the community that tailors to the issues at hand.
(Accessibility/Mobility for all Kahnawa’kehró:non, Recreation)
Educating special needs starts within the school system and overflows into the general public. Many businesses and organizations should be involved in making their locations accessible and welcoming to those with mobility and neurological difficulties