EIPF helps disabled individuals get the assistance they need to become independent. Each person is assigned an Advocate who assists them in discovering new life skills, training, resources and emotional support. An advocate understands each individual unique needs and tailors the relationship to help them get the resources that were otherwise not readily available. An Advocate can assist in helping the individual to make his or her home disabled friendly, train them in unique ways to live normally with their disability to helping to find hand controls and training to drive a car. In 2007, Judy Craig, the Founder and Executive Director of EIPF had a spinal stroke leaving her totally disabled. It was through her personal frustration and then perseverance that she found there are resources available to help disabled individuals to live a normal, fulfilling life. As someone who loves to help people, she wanted to give back by creating EIPF and providing Advocates, resources and tools so that everyone could realize that Everything Is Possible.
EIPF provides advocates to and for disabled individuals who need assistance in becoming independent and want to increase the quality of their life. The first step to getting assistance is to apply to the foundation. An advocate will be assigned to the applicant. The advocate will assist the individual in learning skills and getting training, finding resources to get much needed equipment such as hand controls for vehicles, making a home handicap friendly and even serve as a life coach and emotional support. EIPF provides extensive training for the advocates to best assist each individual for his or her needs.
If you are interested in becoming an EIPF Advocate, please contact us.
If you would like to donate to the Everything Is Possible Foundation, please mail your tax deductible contribution to: Everything Is Possible Foundation 1702 N. Woodland Blvd. Suites 116-118 DeLand Florida 32720
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