By placing ourselves in the heart of the
Cayman community, we strive to pull
together in support of children with
disabilities, helping each individual grow as a
valued member of the community.
Thanks to the support of our donors, volunteers and partners, we officially opened ‘Our House’ in 2018, an inclusion/training centre created so that children can be provided with the physical support needed within the Cayman community.
Our House is more than just a building, it is a support structure for parents, educators and health professionals alike, offering a full range of supportive and educational services designed to help not only children with special needs, but everyone involved in their lives.
Not only do we intend to run groups for children with all kinds of learning disabilities, but Our House will also be looking to offer a full range of services aimed at parents, teachers and healthcare professionals, so that the whole community is better equipped to support your loved ones.
Our House will become the first point of call for any family or individual looking for support from special needs services. We will also become the physical point of contact for all current and prospective stakeholders.
We understand the importance of supporting our education professional, and so will serve as a training centre, guiding schools to adopt inclusive programs for special needs children.
Becoming a physical part of the Cayman community will help to raise public awareness and change the public attitude towards special needs.
Our House officially opened its doors in 2018
The implementation of Our House – from start to completion:
Research, data collection, define solutions, engage stakeholders
Raise the funding to create Our House
Identify premises, project plan
Form the team
Raise the funding to sustain for the first 3 years
Complete the fit out and open doors!
No society can be both great and moral without caring for its less-advantaged members. Your donations are vital for our important work to continue.