Life Skills Development Invictus Forever, Inc.
Contact InformationInvictus Forever, Inc.
Life Skills Development
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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PO Box 644 Weston, MA 02493
Area Served: Central
Map Location Life Skills Development
Invictus Forever is a nonprofit organization that seeks to meet the vocational, recreational, social, educational, and therapeutic needs of children and adults with disabilities. Invictus Forever’s meaningful activities and inclusive social initiatives cater to individuals with mild to severe disabilities (e.g., autism, developmental disabilities, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, etc.) By promoting a tolerant and respectful atmosphere that recognizes and nurtures each individual’s unique talents, we are able to create a safe, warm, and welcoming environment where individuals of all strengths and abilities can excel.
The primary goal of Invictus Forever is to prepare individuals for independent living by enabling them to acquire the valuable skills needed to have successful and meaningful lives. We aim to help individuals gain valuable life skills and develop confidence by exposing them to a plethora of enriching therapy and skills-based programs and activities. We give individuals opportunities to make a positive impact in the community by guiding them on the path to becoming conscientious citizens who endeavor to make positive contributions.
Invictus Forever plans to create a state-of-the-art facility where individuals with disabilities can develop and improve their life skills in a safe, non-judgmental setting while still having access to the greater community. Our "Life Skills Development Center" located a half mile from downtown Framingham, MA will serve as Invictus Forever’s main hub for recreational activities, social events, vocational opportunities, and therapeutic services. Our wide range of programming will be designed to enhance life, social, cognitive, gross motor, and fine motor skills. At the heart of the Life Skills Development Center will sit a myriad of social enterprises where individuals will be able to practice their life skills in a safe, controlled, and welcoming environment.
- Skills Training
- Recreation/Arts/Social and Leisure
- Asperger's Syndrome
- Autism Spectrum
- Cerebral Palsy
- Developmental Disability
- Intellectual Disabilities
- Other See Narrative
- 3 - 4
- 5 - 8
- 9 - 13
- 14 - 18
- 19 - 22
- 23 – 59
- 60 +
- Fees: Personal Funds