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To improve the quality of life of low-income individuals living in the Los Angeles area who have autism, intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, epilepsy and/or other developmental disabilities by providing support to help them live more independent, productive lives.
The Achievable Foundation ("Achievable") is a community nonprofit organization dedicated to serving disadvantaged and low-income individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Through our programs, Achievable seeks to address the urgent health, financial, developmental and social needs of these individuals. Achievable prides itself in being an efficient philanthropic organization with over 80% of revenue going directly to individuals with developmental disabilities.
Achievable serves a culturally, ethnically and socioeconomically diverse population of children and adults with a range of developmental disabilities living in the Los Angeles area. Each year, Achievable makes a positive difference in the lives of over 1,250 individuals with developmental disabilities.
Achievable also collaborates with various community organizations, professional consultants and volunteers to implement the following innovative programs:
- Health and Wellness Programs - Improving health, well-being and access to appropriate health care. These include a medical home which provides continuous, comprehensive medical care (The Achievable Clinic), a Healthy Lifestyle Change Program for adults and an inclusive fitness and health education program for children and their families (Families in Motion).
- Emergency Support - Providing assistance, resources and necessities to support individuals in overcoming financial emergencies.
- Specialized Adaptive Equipment Program - Increasing access to specialized equipment for mobility and communication that allows individuals to live as independently as possible.
- Camp is Achievable! - Providing summer camp sponsorships that promote healthy learning and social experiences for over 80 children with autism each year.
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