Tomorrow’s Voices receives new community-service vehicle
Tomorrow’s Voices received a new community-service vehicle to support the Bermuda Autism Early Intervention Centre.
The donated seven-seat Renault Triber will aid the Thriving Beyond 21 adult programme, which provides services throughout adulthood.
The charity supports individuals on the autism spectrum and their families and people with other developmental impairments.
Cofounder and board chairwoman Thea Furbert acknowledged the advantages the vehicle will bring as clients will now have more freedom within the community.
The Thriving Beyond 21 programme was created after the charity noticed the lack of support for special-needs individuals over 21 on the island.
Another programme that will benefit from the use of the vehicle is the charity’s annual Summer Programme, where clients spend time on field trips and learn valuable social skills.
Ms Furbert thanked Demco Florist, Eurocar and the Phillips family donation, which was made in honour of Kevi McCoy.
Adorning the van’s body is Tomorrow’s Voices’ colourful puzzle imagery designed by Signworx.
• For further information about Tomorrow’s Voices and the Thriving Beyond 21 programme, call 297-4342 or email firstname.lastname@example.org