Full Life distinguishes itself from other agencies by it’s approach. Full Life embraces each participant as a whole person and together with the person, pursues the path of highest good.
As a person with a disability, I understand what it is to be told what you can and cannot do, with the bar of possibility usually set so low. Full Life allows each individual to explore their fullest potential and discover what he/she can achieve. Participants are not just looked at for who they are. They are looked at for whom they can become.
By being a part of Full Life, we are declaring that we are in agreement with the foundation upon which our country was founded on. The Declaration of Independence states,
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
Day in and day out, Full Life upholds and lives these truths in the ways they interact and treat each other as staff, board members and participants. With Full Life we get to be a part of something great, something worthy. We get to treat others the way we’d want to be treated, with love, acceptance and respect. Full Life is not just an agency; it’s a way of life and one I’m honored to be a part of.
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