To build sustainable, supportive, residential communities for adults with diverse intellectual and physical needs, that give them independent, integrated lives within the community.
To create sustainable, supportive living environments that bring dignity and quality of life to intellectually disabled adults and their families.
The numbers are high enough, about 1 in 10, that you have a family member, or friend with a family member, who is affected. The 2012 Census shows 20% of US population has some form of disability and numbers are increasing. There needs to be changes to how they are cared for as their parents age.
At or around 21, Adults with Autism and intellectual Developmental Disabilities (AA&IDD) will lose most of the services provided to them. Drexel University’s Autism Institute estimates that more than 600,000 persons with autism will enter adulthood
in the next decade in the US.
Mike Paul speaks with Adriana Piltz, founder of Nicky's Gardens of Hope, which offers the first sustainable solution for the lifetime care of adults with autism and intellectual disabilities (ID).
Adriana Piltz, Founder & CEO, Fills us in!
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