My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Arizona Deaf Senior Citizens Coalition Inc, Glendale, AZ, USA
The mission statement: The mission and objective of the ADSCC is to improve the welfare of deaf senior citizens in state of Arizona. The purpose of the ADSCC is to form a state-wide organization to establish deaf senior citizen housing and care complexes.
Banish Extreme Loneliness! That is our slogan. As we get older, many of us go to existing retirement homes that are not at all designed for us. the neighbhors and the staff ignore us because they cannot communicate with us. That causes extreme loneliness for many of us. Finally Apache ASL Trails Phase 1 for low income opened on July 17, 2011 with 75 affordable apartments at 2428 E. Apache Blvd, Tempe, AZ 85281.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Currently this organization is "sponsor organization" for Apache ASL Trials. Cardinal Capital Management will operate AAT for fifteen years from 2011. In the fifteenth year, 2026 ADSCC will have the first option to buy Apache ASL Trails. Our next project is Phase 2 on the same site. it will be 50-apartment cooperative building of 4 stories like Phase 1. After this, we will focus on housing needs in Tucson, AZ.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
This organization does not need any changes. It is the voice of deaf, hard of hearing and deaf-blind seniors who use American Sign Language. We can read and write English.