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Everyone deserves to achieve more.
We are proud to serve people with disabilities and their families for more than 20 years. Their stories are as individual as they are.
Taylor is a lively 12-year-old girl who loves to have fun with her siblings. She has severe, lifelong physical and cognitive impairments because of an injury at birth. Her parents didn’t know if their child would ever have the opportunities other children have...
Parenting two sons with special needs became so demanding for Colleen Cenk two decades ago that she gave up her career in marketing to become a full-time advocate for her children.
To make sure her boys were safe and healthy, she also set up a special needs trust that would provide for them in the future if she were unable to. "The important thing for a parent with a child with disabilities is knowing when you pass, somebody will fulfill the role you have filled," she said.
Leslie and Kevin Greene have a love-filled home in Pittsburgh's North Hills. Their 15-year-old son, Nicholas, has Angelman Syndrome, a neuro-genetic condition that results in severe developmental delays, lack of speech, movement and balance disorders and seizures. While Nicholas does not speak, he engages abundantly with everyone in his life.