Who We Are
Champion House of Care is a nonprofit organization supporting individuals, aged 13 or older, with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). We are dedicated to providing them opportunities for continued education to accomplish life skills, connect with peers, and get involved in their community.
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Mission and Vision
It is the heart of Champion House of Care to afford adult and adolescent individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities quality care through choice programs that are person-centered and ability driven.
About Janette Kinard
Hello, my name is Janette Kinard and I am the owner and visionary of Champion House of Care. For the past 20 years, I have educated and supported individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). Several years ago, a parent asked me to consider opening my home as an Alternate Family Living (AFL) provider and I did. Over the summers and weekends, I began organizing small group outings and activities for individuals with I/DD. I continued to receive more and more requests from parents seeking a safe place for their young adult to go outside of school. Soon, Champion House of Care was officially started as a home-based adult care service. In 2017 we moved into our new center where we have various enrichment programs and social events that ensure self-determination for the individuals that we support. I hope that you will allow us to nurture the outstanding "Champion" in you.