Our goal is to provide youth and young
adult’s access to information and activities to help improve their academic performance, self-esteem and their decision-making
ability with the help of the Arts, and providing parents and caregivers access to information, resources and support for building
happy, healthy families.
We the members of The Neel Parent Advisory Services Inc. will
created and maintain, an, open lines of communication between with participants and parents. Promoting and encourage activities
for the best interests of the participants to ensuring they have the best quality of
Young people with disabilities should have the same opportunities as their counterpart without
disabilities, when it comes to education, employment, social opportunities, and the opportunity to reach their fullest potential.
Young people with various disabilities
have the same dreams, wants and desires as any other person.
Some will achieve them and the others will enjoy the pursuit.
For the past eleven years we have served individuals with the following disorders:
Anxiety Symptoms, Aspergers, Asthma, Attention
Deficit Disorder (ADD), Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism, Cancer, Cerebral
Palsy, Diabetes, Down Syndrome, Dyslexia, Epilepsy, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Hypoglycemia, Juvenile
Arthritis, Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Sickle-Cell Anemia,
Visual Impairment, Bipolar Disorder, Cognitive Disorder, Depression, Impulse Control Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
and Schizoaffective Disorder. In 2010 we change our name to The Neel
Parent Advisory Group.
Fine Arts and Enrichment Programming for disable and non-disable Children /Adolescent and Youth Adults from economically disadvantage
families that resided within the following School Districts; Hesperia Unified School District and Victor Valley Union
That’s have an interest in the following;
Art & Crafts, Drama / Story Telling, Filmmaking, Music, Dance, Gardening and Culinary Arts besides individuals disable
and non-disable. 12 – 17 ii Young Adult 18 – 23 iii and Adult 24 – 35.
We will provide alternative learning opportunities, to help both youth and young adults with and without disabilities to improve
their academic performance in school.
Innovative and challenging, cultural enriching activities. That will help develop better decision-making
ability, character building, conflict resolution and coping skills.
a better understanding among diverse groups.
the inactive and unhealthy lifestyles of children, adolescents and youth adults.
the sometime, isolation, depression and suicidal Ideation. That some adolescent
and youth adults endure because of their disabilities.
To, address the
use of alcohol, drugs and tobacco products by participants.
Increase the accessibility
of information to parents and caregivers and offering expanding
hours for working parents after school, weekend and during summer vacation.
Parents or Caregivers of participant are required to volunteer eight hours a month doing one of the following: Speak
on behalf of the participants, fund-raising, making deliveries / pick-up, promotion, special event helpers and field trip
escorts. (A family member or a family friend may volunteer on behalf of participant.)
All Volunteers must agree
to abide by all embassy policies and procedures and to perform the volunteer services in a safe, responsible manner. It is
further understood that this agreement shall not in any way constitute nor create an employer/employee relationship between
Goodwill V.I.N.T.A Youth Ambassadors.