The Greenwell Foundation’s programs are specifically designed to ensure that people with all types of disabilities are able to participate without focusing on the person’s disability.

Additionally, Greenwell hopes to give people who may not have a disability insight that allows them to know that people are people first.

The Greenwell philosophy defines inclusion as more than removing physical barriers or “allowing” people with disabilities to participate. The Greenwell philosophy maintains that true inclusion is removing the physical, mental, and philosophical barriers so that everyone can truly participate, not just attend.

Greenwell is not a place for people with disabilities.
Greenwell is a place where a person’s disability is simply part of who they are.

Read more about inclusion from the Institute for Community Inclusion