Rating: 4.97 stars 36 36 reviews
1631 Dorchester Drive Plano TX 75075 USA
My Possibilities is a college-like center of continued learning that will increase independence, enhance quality of life, and preserve dignity of adults with cognitive disabilities.
My Possibilities has grown to serve over 350 adults with disabilities each week in our first seven years and have moved into our own facility. We continue to seek opportunities to expand and grow our services and programs for our HIPsters (Hugely Important People).
adults with special needs
Direct beneficiaries per year:
Annually, My Possibilities serves over 350 individuals and their families.
Geographic areas served:
educational training in social skills, independent living skills, vocational skills as well as creative expression and personal health and wellness training.
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I became aware of My Possibilities when my son decided to move back to Dallas. He had worked several years at Opportunity Village in Las Vegas which is also a great nonprofit specializing in continuing education for adults with disabilities. Michael met with the Board of Directors and described his vision of what they could become. They made him the Executive Director that day. Now it is three years later and My Possibilities have just moved into their new building, and what a building it is. There is nothing like it in North Texas. And the Staff are amazing! Every Hipster genuinely enjoys their time there. And the future is going to be even better. Just visit the My Possibility facilities and see for yourself. But beware, if you do, you will be hooked!
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Expansion! There needs to be more. My Possibilities everywhere, and other Nonprofits should follow their example.
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