THE EA ACADEMY
At The Empowering Ability Academy, we help families that have a family member with an intellectual or developmental disability (IDD) overcome the worry of an uncertain future by creating a customized plan with strategies and support to build an ordinary everyday life, and peace of mind for the future. To see if EA Academy is a fit for you, join me in the FREE EA Masterclass Workshop Series starting January 2, 2020!
WHY YOU ARE HERE...
You’ve been trying to find your way through what is best for your son, daughter, sibling, or friend with an Intellectual or Developmental Disability (IDD).
You’re here because you won’t accept what is offered by the ‘system’ as good enough, and you are determined to create the best possible life for your loved one.
Inside the Empowering Ability Academy, you will be joining a like-minded community of families and guided in creating the life you want for your family.
As families, we are truly better together! So let’s work together to empower our family members with an IDD!
THE FOUNDATIONAL PRINCIPALS OF THE EA ACADEMY
Our resources are dedicated to helping you create a family-led, best-for-the-individual plan that leads to your loved with an IDD getting to live an awesome life.
That means: no segregation, no oppression, no group home.
At The EA Academy, we know that families know best and that our family members with an IDD have the right to a fulfilling life. We connect families and support you through a learning journey to create the future you want for your family.
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Eric's patient and positive guidance and skillful strategies were extremely helpful.
- Mother, who has a daughter with a developmental disability
Eric helped me in many ways to transform my life into something I find more enjoyable, purposeful and challenging.
- Individual with a disability
Eric initiated my internal power and showed me one more time how I was successful in the past and how can I be even more successful in the future.
- Father, who has a son with a developmental disability