“One person can make a difference, and everyone should try.” John F. Kennedy
Our not for profit statusas a 501(c)(3) is recognized by the IRS.
Our dream is to build community that contains affordable housing to support the greatest level of activity, independence and enjoyment for our seniors, families and special people. A community where people look out for each other, accept one another and appreciate one another. A community that treasures its members and creates understanding and advocacy for persons with autistic features.
The role of older Americans will be to provide a safe secure understanding neighborhood for one another and for all members of the community. The 55+ age group is an untapped goldmine of experience. We will be cultivating hugs, smiles, and laughs as we nurture all members.
This is not a community where grouches will find happiness.
It will be a community full of social faux pas and learning. Our older members and our special members will each learn from one another as we nurture relationships among all of our members.
We envision a safe autism friendly community of olders, families, and persons with autistic features with a special interest in supporting each other and supporting persons with autistic features. We envision a residential community where everyone knows one another and enjoys acceptance and understanding within the community.
Once the main community is established we plan an outreach component to involve those volunteers and other members in the greater community who would benefit from the E. N. C. activities