So after identifying effective practices and programs, and then beginning to see first hand how they can change of life of someone like Margot, what next? How about changing the world, one town at a time? How do we begin to create new opportunities for people with ASD, I/DD, and related conditions to be included, right now, where they live? These are the stories of our emerging efforts to change our small town of Kennett Square through our new initiative, the Kennett Ability Network
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Hiking near Kennett!
We apply the principles of progressive access to identify paths around Kennett Square. We guide new hikers from short hikes on local paved trails to longer and more adventurous hikes across preserves and parks in the region and beyond
We love biking around here for fun work, and chores. The problem? There are few safe roads, and the Kennett Greenway is decades and millions of dollars away. What next? How about an ELRR... an Edge Lane Road Revolution!
The logo is adapted from Joaquim Alves Gaspar's drawing of Pedro Reinel's compass rose.