Our Guiding Principles
Respect, Disgnity, and Individuality
The dignity of risk, personal satisfaction and freedom of choice are fundamental to providing programs and services for and to persons with physical disabilities and older adults.
Innovation and Partnerships
We are committed to change and opportunities that build partnerships, mobilize community resources and empower individuals to work together.
We are committed to continuous self-evaluation and improvement in the delivery and scope of services that we provide.
We demonstrate transparency in decision-making, openness to challenge, responsiveness to emerging needs and efficient use of all resources.
We acknowledge that our success is largely dependent on the skills and talents of our employees and volunteers. Our corporate culture is defined by diversity, open dialogue, mutual respect and continuous learning.