Envision, Creative Support for People with Developmental Disabilities' mission is to enhance the quality of life for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Weld County.
Envision will be recognized as a passionate and collaborative agent of change, promoting understanding, awareness and inclusion of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We are committed to person centered, sustainable, innovative programs and practices that make a positive difference in the lives of all people in our community.
Our Operating Objectives
Envision will collaborate with individuals, families, friends and community partners to coordinate quality, individualized person centered services in a manner that provides choices and effective use of resources.
Envision will provide advocacy and support to assist people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live the lives they choose.
Envision will encourage the provision of person centered, self-directed services that promote inclusion, dignity, pride, self-worth and independence that create a sense of belonging and responsibility in the community.
Our Core Values
Self-determination/self direction empowers individuals to determine the direction of their lives and to make informed and responsible choices about services and how to direct their resources.
The individual is a valued resource and partner within Colorado’s intellectual and developmental disabilities system, as is his/her family when appropriate.
The health and safety of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities is a critical aspect of the decision making process.
Programs and services promote inclusion based on person centered practices focused on full participation in home and community life.
Every person, regardless of ability, will be encouraged and provided an opportunity to be gainfully employed.
An informed and involved community is a vital resource for natural supports.
We support and respect the diversity of racial, cultural, religious, and gender differences of individuals and communities.
Meaningful partnerships among the constituency of Colorado’s intellectual and developmental disabilities system are predicated upon trust and a commitment to the person with an intellectual and developmental disability.
Well-informed and involved advocacy is the responsibility of all members of the constituency and contributes to the overall strength and integrity of the service system.
A commitment to having a strong and diverse provider network is essential to providing continuity of care and quality services and supports utilizing person centered practices.
An understanding that a commitment to ingenuity in research and utilization of technology will contribute to innovation and state-of-the-art services.
Parents and family members are recognized and valued as their child’s first teacher.
People supported enjoy independence, self-determination and community inclusive lives.
All employees are valued, critical resources and professionals who deserve competitive pay and professional development opportunities.
Employees express satisfaction with where they work, what they do and with whom they work.
To achieve our vision and enable true collaboration, it is imperative that the leadership of our organization be committed to person centered practices, accessible, forthright and trustworthy.
Last Updated on 8/6/2015
Our Person Centered Organization Vision
Empowering people to live, love, work and play their way.