Serve's mission is to be an agency designed to meet the vocational, educational, social, emotional, and recreational needs of individuals who are not readily accepted into mainstream society in Bradford and Sullivan Counties. Serve is committed to working in partnership with our community for the betterment of the people enrolled in our comprehensive programs.
Serve's vision is to be an innovator and leader in the development and provision of educational and transitional services, licensed and unlicensed home and community based services including, adult day services, supported employment, and community integration services to individuals with a disability in the Bradford and Sullivan Counties. Serve is committed to the delivery of comprehensive services to afford our consumers respect, dignity, and achievement.
On each of the Serve, Inc. website pages you will find a link to the Autism Speaks website where you can find more information about the Light It Up Blue Campaign/World Autism Awareness Day.
World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD), celebrated each year on April 2, was adopted by the United Nations in 2007 to shine a bright light on autism as a growing global health crisis. Autism is one of only three health issues to be recognized with its own day by the United Nations. WAAD activities increase world knowledge of autism and impart information about the importance of early diagnosis and early intervention. Additionally, WAAD celebrates the unique talents and skills of persons with autism around the world.
On World Autism Awareness Day, Autism Speaks celebrates its international Light It Up Blue Campaign. Thousands of iconic landmarks, communities, businesses and homes across the globe unite by shining bright blue lights in honor of the millions of individuals and families around the world affected by autism. You can participate by wearing blue, posting links to social media pages, etc.
We encourage you to educate yourself by clicking the link and sharing the campaign with others. Together we can shine a light on autism!