My husband Anthony and I founded GingerCloud Foundation in 2014 because we wanted to answer the question of where our son Max, who has a learning and perceptual disability, would do life when we are not here anymore.
For a while we had been asking ourselves how we could create a world where girls, boys and young adults with learning and perceptual disabilities could live their best life. Where their individual successes would be celebrated, no matter how large or small. Where they could be part of, and contribute, to their community. Where the community would look for and experience what they can do, rather than focus on their disability and what they could not do.
We wanted inclusion, a world where we belong so we created it and named it GingerCloud Foundation – an inclusive community where girls, boys and young adults with learning and perceptual difficulties feel safe and secure, be understood and experience real success.