Features and navigation of this websiteWe have designed this website to be as informative and interactive as possible and commit to regularly posting valuable information and links for our visitors. The features of this site are listed below:
We are listing organizations that we know of that provide services to the special needs community whether it be a psychiatrist, therapist, private school, or support organization. These are located in the Resources > Support Organizations heading. We do not endorse any organization but offer listings based upon referrals and personal experience.
If you have any questions or suggestions for our team, please go to Contact on the menu.
To provide a location to learn and share information regarding care and development of our special needs children and young adults. We want to use our facility and website to provide information and various events that will be helpful to our special needs members.
Our commitment as a church
Our church is welcoming to special needs families. We provide caretaking for special needs children at our services and events. We are making our facility and staff resources available to special needs families for meetings and events as part of this ministry.
This section highlights events and organizations that we feel might be of use to you. Check back often to see what's available and what is coming up in the area.
July 12, 2019
No matter where your child is on the autism spectrum, we provide the learning environment they need!
June 19, 2019
Charlene Turner and Diana Floris met in 2011 in Sugar Land, Texas. Both having children with disabilities, they shared a mutual desire to start a school for students with special needs -- a school that would provide a year round education, enhanced by brain-based science.
April 15, 2019
Welcome to the Reactor Room. As on ABC’s “Shark Tank,” in which budding entrepreneurs peddle ideas to titans of industry to invest and bring a plan to market, an autistic adult, called a “Reactor,” shares his or her passions with “Activators.” Those passions involve working with others, an idea for a business or an invention. In turn, the Activators, a panel of entrepreneurs, business leaders and social innovators, share connections and ideas to help the participant find not just a job but a meaningful career.