Disabilities

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Stewart Home School

Much more than a school, Stewart Home & School offers an amazing variety of daily activities and delivers support, encouragement and friendship for individuals of all ages with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The school serves about 350 individuals who attend classes daily and participate in organized activities. The student serves as a substitute teacher in the classroom and also supervises and participates in recreational activities.

Albrecht Acres

Albrecht Acres is an overnight camp for people of all ages who have physical and mental disabilities. Camp activities include fishing, drama, art, cookouts, campfires, dances, and hayrides, all designed according to the ability and needs of each camper. Counselors come from all over the world to help work with our campers. It is a very special group of young people!


L'Arche Spokane

L’Arche Spokane is a faith-based Christian community providing residential living for people with developmental disabilities. L’Arche Spokane creates a family environment where people with and without developmental disabilities share life.


Cardinal Hayes School

In the tradition of the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary serving those most in need, Cardinal Hayes shares in a ministry of service to developmentally disabled young people and promotes the integrity and well-being of families. The student functions as a teacher's aid and has direct contact with the children, playing, talking, and helping with activities.


St. Louis Center

The St. Louis Center (Center) is a caring, residential, family living and learning community for people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. The Center's goal is to increase the independent living skills of the residents, helping them reach their full potential. Each student develops a work plan that suits the student’s interests and capabilities. Most of the work is Direct Care. We do have other limited activities the student may be of assistance with. SSLP students also interact with permanent staff and other summer employees and volunteers of all ages.

St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care

St. Ann Center strives to prevent premature institutionalization of persons who are elderly or have disabilities. The Center brings clients of all ages together for planned and informal activities. Children benefit from positive one-on-one attention from caring adults, and adults gain a sense of purpose by sharing wisdom with children. The student plays with and feeds three to seven-month-old infants in the daycare. In the afternoons the student helps physically and cognitively disabled adults in the adult daycare.

Misericordia

The mission of Misericordia/Heart of Mercy is to support children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities who choose our community by providing the highest quality residential, training, and employment services. We provide the full continuum of care designed to meet each person's changing needs and maximize his or her independence, self-determination, interpersonal relationships, and engagement in the community.

Krejci Academy & Adult Day Services

Krejci Academy, a division of Little Friends, Inc., is a private alternative day school that serves children who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other developmental disabilities. Students range in ability from non-verbal to students who are working on age appropriate academics. The goal of the school is to help the students achieve the highest level of independence possible in the areas of social skills, communication, and vocational/life skills.

Holy Angels

Holy Angels is a residential setting for children and adults with intellectual developmental disabilities and/or physical disabilities ranging from mild/moderate to severe/profound. Medical attention is provided around the clock. Many of the residents are wheelchair bound and non-verbal. Holy Angels offers a wide range of activities for the residents assisting each resident in reaching his or her full potential.

Don Miller House

The Don Miller House is an adult foster care, supportive-housing program providing personal care to ten low-income residents who are AIDS-defined and/or may be in the end stages of HIV/AIDS. The goal is to offer a continuum of services to allow residents to live in the least restrictive environment possible, including in-home hospice services when they are requested, and to provide emotional support to the residents as they navigate their illness(es).

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