More than 60 years ago, a group of concerned parents with special needs children came together to change the way people with intellectual and developmental disabilities were treated. These courageous parents believed their kids deserved the same opportunities as everyone else.
Today, Network Day Service Center, Inc. (formerly known as the Cerebral Palsy Center), still believes that all people with I/DD should be able to live and participate in their communities. Dignity never goes out of style and where some see a disability, Network sees potential.
Network currently provides comprehensive services to more than 100 adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including Austism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, Prater Willi Syndrome, Angelman Syndrome, and other related conditions.
Services include supported employment, community integration, facility training, respite, private home care, and specialized medical supplies and equipment to adults with developmental disabilities who live in Floyd and surrounding counties. Our goal is to help our adults reach their highest potential of independence and best quality of life.
by Severo Avila - March 20, 2019
There are adults in the Rome community who, because of developmental or intellectual disabilities, struggle to learn basic social skills or work skills. But there’s a place where they, too, can achieve a sense of a independence...