Mission Statement: To guide individuals in becoming self-directed, self-monitoring, self-sustaining, creative and free-thinking.
TWW is a 14 year old non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to guide individuals to become self-directed, self-monitoring, self-sustaining, creative and free-thinking. We also serve communities and businesses in resolving inter-personal and global challenges.
We are specialists in creating educational interfaces, new models and prototyping new systems for school districts, families, parenting, businesses, communities and individuals.
We assist ALL individuals with a very specialized expertise in sensory, sensate, social, intuitive and spatial awareness. We are all about peers helping peers! It’s all about modeling those social skills! We have peer mentors as young as age 7 and as old as 21. TWW assists individuals, primarily children, adolescents, and young adults that are typically diagnosed with labels such as Sensory issues, Aspergers Syndrome or AD/HD. Each individual is respected and valued for their unique role and contribution to the wholeness of the global and local community.
Their own personal experience and ability to integrate with society is the primary focus. We assist them in becoming aware and how to make the most of their personal challenges and gifts.
We are a warehouse of information of both traditional and non-traditional methods and techniques. We have a unique approach through our own system of Focus, Transition and Communication (FTC) which encompasses all aspects of life.