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- July 20: 4th Annual West Coast Disability Pride Parade & Festival
- August 16: San Jose Giants Disability Awareness Night
- November 22-24: Abilities Expo
To our children, our youth, our adults, our families and caregivers, welcome to Via!
Living Healthy is the unifying theme that drives our programs and establishes Via as a standard bearer. In declaring "Living Healthy" as an organization-wide theme, Via recognizes that there are two dimensions to our mission: empowering our clients and their families, and transforming our community through the creation of services and supports that facilitate meaningful participation by all members. Via is committed to playing a key, proactive role in developing programs that foster skill development, encourage independence and choice, and in advocating and collaborating with community organizations and systems to foster interdependence.
Via West, accredited by the American Camping Association, is a residential, outdoor education, recreation and learning center for children and adults, ages 5 and older, with physical and/or developmental disabilities and special needs such as autism, cerebral palsy and Down syndrome. Nestled in the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains in Stevens Creek County Park, Via West operates year-round. Learn More...
First Step Early Intervention Program offers evaluations, screenings and therapy services to young children with developmental delays, disabilities and high-risk conditions. With a multidisciplinary, bilingual professional team in partnership with the caregivers, an intensive program is tailored to the specific needs of each child. Learn More...