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HAP Enterprises, Inc. is committed to providing support to individuals as they gain personal independence at home and in their communities. For the human spirit to triumph over ignorance and intolerance, we believe people must be: treated with dignity and respect the architect of their own future able to advocate for their dreams and beliefs the key participants in all decisions effecting every aspect of their lives given the opportunity for full inclusion in employment, education, and community life provided the opportunities and experiences to develop skills that lead to increased independence and self-esteem.
HAP Enterprises, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides services to individuals with developmental disabilities; early childhood education to young children of all abilities; and programs designed to meet the needs of senior citizens and their families. HAP operates programs in communities throughout Beaver County and, in 2002, served more than 600 adults and children. The Residential Services program provides a family-style living environment along with social and recreational opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities. A trained professional staff is employed to provide support as needed so that individuals achieve their fullest potential. HAP Enterprises also provides adult day care for individuals with mental retardation at the Adult Center in Hopewell Township. The center offers vocational and developmental activities for over 120 adults. Both the Adult Center and Residential Services programs emphasize activities that promote personal growth and development, as well as encourage independence in the community. The Beaver County Office on Aging sponsors two Adult Day Care programs operated by HAP. These programs offer older persons the opportunity for social and recreational activities and outings. The facilities are located in Hopewell Township and Beaver Falls. In November 2002, HAP Senior Care opened Beaver Meadows, an 82-bed assisted living community located at the former site of the Tusca Drive-In Theater in Brighton Township. The facility has private and semi-private rooms, suites and also features a director that lives on-site. HAP Enterprises serves young children of all abilities at the Tiny Tot Child Development Center in Rochester. The program offers comprehensive early childhood education services to young children of all abilities through day care, preschool and early intervention programs. Day Care and preschool is provided to children from ages 2 to 5, and early intervention is provided to children with special needs from birth through age 5. In collaboration with the Beaver Valley Intermediate Unit, the Tiny Tot Child Development Center became an accredited LEAP program in the fall of 2002. This is the culmination of a two-year training program provided by The Watson Institute. HAP is supported through funds from Beaver County Mental Health/Mental Retardation, the Beaver Valley Intermediate Unit, and the Beaver County Office on Aging.
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