Aidan’z House was formed by a single parent, Natasha, of a child with an Intellectual Disability. With a mission to create a supportive network for Special Need parents. The organization was incorporated in 2014, Los Angeles, California. In 2017, Aidan’z House became a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, with team of Special Need Parents/Advocates in pursue for equitable change in their communities. Their work as Special Needs Parents/ Advocates included Aidan’z Toy House and Whole Heart Closet.
UP TO THIS DAY
With the generosity of community partners, Aidan’z House has hosted six holiday giveaways. Gifted1,250 children and 300 plus families in under- resourced and rural communities of Los Angeles, Watts, Inglewood, Compton and in the San Gabriel Valley (providing toys, clothes, and new shoes). Has partnered with Inglewood Police Department for the 2017 “Shop with The Cop” holiday event. In effort to foster a healthy relationship between low-income families of children with disabilities and the Inglewood Police Dept. Adopted ten schools (providing resources, school supplies, uniforms, and sporting equipment Special Ed. classrooms). Gifted PPE, toys, clothes, and new shoes to forty Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) families who have or currently experiencing housing insecurities during the Covid – 19 Pandemic (Los Angeles, CA). Subsequently, identifying seven African American/Black single mother of children with Developmental/Intellectual and Behavior Disabilities of this group as potential participants of Aidan’z House – Emotional Wealth Initiative. A financial literacy program.
We believe every family across the Socioeconomic spectrum with disabled loved ones should have access to a better quality of life.
Bridging families of children with disabilities from surviving to thriving by providing resources, activities, and programs that challenge disparities affecting our unique communities.
Our vision is for every family that has a child with special needs to be enriched and empowered
Promote healthy living.
Advocate equitable services in our community.