Who Do We Serve?
We Serve People
We serve people with developmental disabilities who have a primary diagnosis of intellectual disability.
We serve people who may need help in order to cope with common life demands and who may not be able to complete some or many of the tasks of daily living that are typically expected of people in their same age group.
To be characterized as a developmental disability the onset of the condition is apparent in childhood or before the age of 22.
We serve by treating each person as an individual and their family as vital members of the Angels’ Place community.
Some of areas of focus include:
- Community involvement/participation
- Active citizenship
- Adult Daily Living Skills
- Socialization: Relationship building
- Recreation & leisure
- Meaningful work/pursuits
- Health and well-being
- Spiritual development
- Building a community of compassion
- Living life to its fullest