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"Photograph depicting a group of diverse students and teachers gathered in front of the main learning center at Heather's Old Skill Village. The primary learning building stands tall in the background, and the group is engaged in various educational activities. Students and teachers are interacting, some holding books, others engaged in discussions. The atmosphere is vibrant, emphasizing a sense of community and active learning.
text image Heather's Old Skool Village

 Our Vision 

A Village for Special Needs Adults to Live, Work, and Play.  We envision a future where the needs of the special needs community are not only met but exceeded with unparalleled dedication and innovation. We are committed to fostering an environment of inclusivity where every individual, regardless of ability, is welcomed, valued, and empowered to thrive.

 Our Mission Statement

Providing a safe and stimulating environment for individuals with disabilities to learn, grow and serve other people and establish local community connections. 


More about Our Mission

Dedicated to enriching the governance processes by embracing diverse perspectives and insights from individuals within the special needs community. Through collaboration, transparency, and continuous improvement, we ensure that our decision-making processes are robust, equitable, and reflective of the unique needs of our students and stakeholders.

 Our Beliefs 

  • Every individual has value.

  • Every individual has a right to as much independence as possible.

  • By providing comprehensive support, personalized learning experiences, and a nurturing environment, we enable every student to reach their full potential and achieve success in academics, career readiness, and beyond.

  • We hold ourselves to the highest standards of excellence, constantly striving to innovate and adapt to best serve our students and their families.

What We Do

Heather's Old Skool Village provides a place for young adults to gather with peers for social interaction, to play games, to create art projects, to work in the community, and continue learning new skills and practicing developed skills. Our "students" range the spectrum from mostly independent to needing assistance with basic needs. We structure our activities to allow all students to participate to the extent they are able.

Our facility provides a home-style setting with plenty of space for everyone, including our students in wheelchairs. We have a dependable loving staff that cares for each student as if they are a cherished member of the family.

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