“Our consumers are fighters, lovers, caregivers, [and] hard workers. They deserve to finally be seen for more than just their disability, but rather the amazing things they do.”
-Anonymous JNCS Staff
As many Autistic individuals and their families know, acceptance is often one of the biggest obstacles to finding and developing a strong support system. This Autism Acceptance Month, we strive to foster inclusion for individuals with Autism and other developmental disabilities in the daily fabric of society.
Why? Because community means everyone.
People with disabilities are still feeling the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak. Many are struggling to return to work and re-connect with people and the activities they used to participate in. It is clear that receiving support to perform simple daily tasks is not enough. Pursuing a meaningful life means going beyond the minimum services provided by state funding.
That is only possible through the generosity of donors like you.
We need your help to reach our $5,000 goal by April 30th. Your donation provides personalized support to meet the goals of each and every individual, including assistance with housing, educational goals, and gainful employment.
Donations made to our Autism Acceptance Month campaign will:
- give us the flexibility to enrich services with unique activities
- allow for innovation in individualized care
- endure gaps in government funding
Be inclusive, give now!