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Mission statement

The Gear Foundation is dedicated to advocating for those with disabilities, focusing on connecting them, their parents, and caregivers with essential resources and services. We prioritize simplifying access to these resources, providing comprehensive support to caregivers, and enhancing the lives of adults with special needs.

Additionally, we are committed to fostering a community of support by assisting in the establishment and development of nonprofits focused on serving this demographic.

Our mission is to create an inclusive, supportive environment where the challenges faced by those with disabilities and their families are acknowledged and actively addressed, promoting a society that values and celebrates their contributions.

Dave Krikac

Founder

Sandy Krikac

Co-Founder

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Hope and Inclusion: Success Stories of Integrating Special Needs into Business Practices

community parents special needs Hope and Inclusion: Success Stories of Integrating Special Needs into Business Practices Blog 04 June 2024 Parents of children with special needs often face overwhelming challenges and uncertainties about the future. Finding hope and support can be difficult, but it’s important to remember that progress is being made in many areas, […]

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You Are Not Alone: Finding Support Through Special Needs Programs in Tennessee Churches

community parents special needs Top 10 Survival Tips for Parents Raising Kids with Disabilities #2 Blog 22 May 2024 Parenting a child with special needs is a journey filled with unique challenges, profound joys, and moments of deep resilience. One of the most important aspects of this journey is realizing that you do not have […]

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Top 10 Survival Tips for Parents Raising Kids with Disabilities

community parents special needs Navigating the Journey Together: Understanding the Challenges Faced by Parents of Adults with Special Needs #2 Blog 02 April 2024 In the epic saga of parenthood, raising a child with disabilities can sometimes feel like you’re building Rome every single day. You’ve got more appointments than a presidential candidate and your […]

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