Who we are is defined by what we do and who we serve. Who we are is not only important to our Board of Directors and staff but also to each resident and their family.
Extending God’s love and care to individuals with special needs is what our ministry exists to do. You can read our Mission Statement here.
Comments from our residents that express who we are:
“I have a feeling of safety and help when I need it…”
“There is security in knowing there are people at home waiting for me…”
“I like attending events and being with all my friends that live at David’s House…”
“The staff helps me with things I need help with…”
“I have my own room with my own things and I am able to make some of my own decisions…”
“Everyone looks out for each other…”
“I am never moving back home with my parents, I have been waiting for this for a long time…”
“I enjoy having one of my best friends as my suite mate…”
From families and guardians:
“David’s House has become a real HOME to our son…”
“We have confidence in knowing our son is genuinely loved and being provided for…”
“As a parent, it gives us a great sense of security when we realize that our son is not only being cared for now, but also when we are no longer around, he will still have a home…”
“My sister is receiving the best care she’s ever had. She is so happy and it is obvious in the little things that the staff go the extra mile to make her feel loved and cared for…”
“My daughter enjoys the wide hallways to cruise to her spacious room and bathroom. She also loves sitting at the table for meals and devotions…”
“Appreciate that the staff love my sister enough and sees value in her as a person to teach her to say new words even though others said she couldn’t learn…”
“There is no doubt in our minds of our sons love and appreciation for the staff who love and care for him, who lead and help him, who believe he has much to give to others…”
God has given us the privilege of being His hands and feet to each individual we serve. Our desire is to bring hope to families who are looking for a continuum of care for their loved one with special needs.