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My daughter, Tori, is 24 years old, loves horseback riding, listening to music, shopping, and going out to restaurants…and has Autism. Tori has helped mold me into the person I am today and contributes to my success in immeasurable ways.
Trevor Pacelli (Author of Six-Word Lessons on Growing Up Autistic)
But her opportunities to engage in our community are limited. At Northwest Center, inclusion is at our core and we envision a fulfilling future for everyone.
Our founding parents insisted that everyone deserves the opportunity to realize their fullest potential and we continue to honor their philosophy today. Now in our 52nd year, Northwest Center provides early intervention and inclusive learning for children, and employment services for individuals with disabilities.
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I am humbled to be part of an organization that refuses to allow anyone to be overlooked, mislabeled, marginalized, or denied the opportunity to engage and contribute. Thank you for everything you do to support Northwest Center. Your partnership is what makes this possible. Condition: New.
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