EBED desires to enable people to increase participation in community life, develop a growing number of personal relationships with non-disabled peers, and increased choice-making in all facets of community life across their lifespans. To create an organizational culture that places the person served first.
Living and working in the community involves both a wide range of skills and choices about lifestyle. Services support integrated life domains that are important to a good quality of life, including daily living skills, safety and security, community living, healthy lifestyle, social and spirituality, and citizenship and advocacy. EBED offers new work opportunities and flexibility, focusing on developing the person's abilities for more independence, socialization, and economic self-sufficiency.
These services help each person acquire, retain, and improve the self-help, socialization, and adaptive skills necessary to live successfully in their home and community.