The Steps
By following this approach, we can then simply ask each organization seeking support to do the following:
  1. Specify the measurable outcomes they hope to achieve by the initiative or program for which they seek funding and support.
  2. Record the results of the initiative or program over a specific period of time.
  3. Analyze those results to determine if the objectives were achieved and document the lessons learned.
  4. Report on those findings in order for others to benefit from their learning.




No less human. No less capable of thought, of kindness,
of self- direction, of creativity, of love, of contributing
to family and community life.

Individuals living with a disability benefit from accommodations and support to experience more independence and a better quality of life.


The conventional approaches to life, the conventional wisdom, and the conventional foundation will not do without accommodations.
Individuals with disabilities will benefit from a radically new kind of foundation to support them.


If we, as a foundation, expect to effectively support individuals with disabilities to adapt to their own physical, sensory, intellectual, or emotional limitations and to embrace new ideas, then we must adapt our own thinking. We must embrace new ideas, new approaches to teaching and learning, to employment, to health and healing and to the technological advances that are producing extraordinary results for individuals with disabilities to direct and control their own lives.


The Laurus Foundation is committed to achieving results. We are committed to partnering closely with those organizations and non-profit groups that are producing results and enhancing the lives of individuals with disabilities.

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