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Phone: 314-863-0202
200 S Hanley Road
Suite 103

Clayton
Missouri 63105
USA
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Target demographics: adults whose social interaction skills are impacted by complex learning disabilities and associated developmental disabilties such as Level 1 autism (Asperger's Syndrome or PDD-NOS)

Direct beneficiaries per year: 122 participants

Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: be a role model during events in the community, support participants and staff at a Social College class, help plan an inclusive opportunity for participants to improve and practice skills or assist with office tasks that vary in nature.

Geographic areas served: St. Louis, MO

Programs: social interaction, self-advocacy and community engagement training

Mission:
Pathways to Independence enriches the lives of adults with complex learning disabilities and associated disorders through the development of the social interaction and self-advocacy skills necessary to achieve each individual’s goals for independence, community engagement and meaningful relationships.
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07/24/14
My son has been with Pathways since he was 21. He is now 33. He has a brain injury. If it wasn't for Pathways, he would not have a social life. This organization gives him opportunity to go to social events, meet people, learn social skills in a safe, fun setting away from his family. The ... more »
07/24/14
this organization has been a wonderful help to our son - he has Asperger's and is able to do some volunteer work in the day, but it is the chance to go out and have some social life that is a the high light of his week. There is an important role that is being served here -we all need to feel like ... more »
07/24/14
I've seen how Pathways to Independence helps open doors and build confidence and skills of its clients, adults with autism. This is an underserved population that often falls through the cracks. Craig Strobeck and his staff and volunteers get a lot of good things done with modest resources and a ... more »
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