- Our Mission -
Working collaboratively with individuals, families and the community, Wildwood
Programs empowers and enables children and adults with neurologically-based learning
disabilities, autism, and other developmental disorders to lead independent, productive
and fulfilling lives.
Who We Support
From the child struggling in school with a complex learning disability, to the adolescent with autism trying to navigate his social world, to the adult with a developmental disability working hard to live an independent life, to the family doing everything they can to support their child with a disability, Wildwood Programs helps people grow.
Rather than developing programs based on labels or diagnoses, Wildwood have developed supports and services based on each person’s characteristics, likes and dislikes and unique personality. Wildwood Programs partners with families and offers supports and services that are individualized and tailored in a holistic way for each person.
For specific details or to schedule an appointment with Wildwood’s intake coordinator call 356-6410 ext 5000 or email us at email@example.com.
Wildwood Programs was founded by families who created innovative supports and creative services as the needs of their children were identified. Wildwood was founded by parents and for over forty years it has remained a family focused organization. Today, Wildwood welcomes and encourages the input of family members in each and every part of our program and our Board of Directors is comprised largely of family members.
Wildwood’s staff is renowned not just for its expertise but also for the dedication and commitment to people with disabilities. For years Wildwood has been seen as a leader and a resource for people with disabilities, their families and allied professionals in the Capital Region and beyond.
Wildwood as it is today would not exist were it not for the advocacy efforts of many dedicated and resourceful individuals. Similarly, the future availability of high quality services for individuals with neurological impairments, learning disabilities, and autism can only be ensured by the ongoing efforts of experienced and newly involved advocates alike.
To facilitate the work of those who advocate for our people, Wildwood's Board of Directors established the Government Advocacy Committee. This group meets regularly to discuss issues pertinent to the services people with disabilities need to lead lives in which their productivity and independence are maximized. We strategize around efforts that will promote the public policy that is required to make those services a reality.
We invite any interested persons to get involved with our efforts. The easiest way to do so is by joining our public mailing lists. Information about these lists can be found below.
The following lists are public mailing lists and anyone is welcome to join. Subscribing to a list is done through a completely automated process. You will need to send an empty message addressed as specified below to become a member. There is a confirmation process which is described in a message you will receive after sending your subscription request.
This is a low traffic list used by Wildwood's Government Advocacy Committee to send out information about advocacy efforts and requests for advocacy assistance. Joining is a great way to learn what is happening policy-wise that could affect services for people with disabilities.
You can join this list by sending an empty e-mail message to firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an unmoderated list where members can have an open and civil discussion about policies that impact, or could potentially impact, services for people with disabilities. While the list is designed to be open and free-flowing, we do request that the discourse remain both on-topic and civil.
You can join this list by sending an empty e-mail message to email@example.com
Note that if you ever wish to remove yourself from any of our lists, you can do so on your own. Instructions are included at the bottom of each message posted to the list.
Wildwood Programs, of course, retains the right to remove any participants of our mailing lists who misuse the service.
Find Your Elected Officials
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