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Envision Unlimited commits to provide persons with disabilities or other special needs quality services which promote choice & independence
For over 50 years the caring community of Envision Unlimited has served people with intellectual and developmental disabilities across all ages, abilities and backgrounds. We provide individualized approaches that offer hope and facilitate attainable opportunities through leading accredited programs. Every service Envision offers enhances the lives and expands the futures for clients and their families. We support infants and young families just as capably as we enrich the lives of adults and seniors. To instill confidence and broaden opportunities, we present life skills training, including community integration and employment services. We assist clients in their homes and welcome them into our own, whichever best meets their needs. Our services allow us to address a single specific need or provide comprehensive around-the-clock care. For every client, Envision has a leading, individualized service to match.
At Envision, we hold ourselves to the highest possible standard. We voluntarily invite regular independent evaluation to ensure that we successfully address our clients' and families' unique needs. Across the 14 consecutive surveys offered since 1978, we received the highest possible scores from the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Envision is a dedicated, compassionate community that provides the best services to 1,200 individuals. We measure our success by clients' progress, as we help children and adults realize self-identified goals and objectives. Above all, Envision is an advocate for the developmentally disabled community. We believe all individuals, given the right opportunities, are capable of achieving great breakthroughs and leading lives with more meaningful possibilities.
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