Blog

  • The Path to Subsidized Housing

    Affordable housing is necessary for an integrated and fulfilled life. Yet, finding and securing affordable housing remains a real challenge for most. This is especially true for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  Good news is that the Division for Development Disabilities (DDD) funds rental subsidies. For many, applying for subsidies can be confusing. Thankfully, […]

  • Preparing to Transition Into Adulthood

    A period of transition begins once we know a change is coming. And for adolescents, transition into adulthood is a right of passage and time of great importance in one’s life. The planning a person does or doesn’t do can make or break a smooth transition process. Disability or not, transitioning into adulthood can be […]

  • Moving Forward, Together.

    As we move into 2023, I felt compelled to reflect on what has passed and to share where we are headed as an organization. The last couple of years have been challenging for many. We’ve experienced loss like we’ve never faced before, an on-set of new requirements, and new faces. With each challenge, I kept […]

  • We honor Lois Curtis

    The world lost a bold and courageous warrior last week. Lois Curtis is perhaps known best (to those of who did not have the honor of knowing her) as the ‘L.C.’ in Olmstead vs L.C. The Olmstead vs L.C. decision is the single most impactful civil rights decision for people with disabilities in United State history. This […]