Our amazing team of sponsors and volunteers are committed to helping Chance, and others like him, transition into a fulfilling life.
The Morris-Spillers Family non-profit pending agency is associated with Morris Business Solutions. Anne Morris is a staunch advocate for the developmentally disabled for more than a decade, and has never lost a battle fighting for the Developmentally Disabled.
Anne Morris and Frank Spillers experienced raising a developmentally disabled child named Chance.
Chance is an adolescent who lives with a severe form of Autism. He lost his father in 2014, with only his mother and sister to care for him.
There has been many difficult challenges to obtain the needed services for Chance to transition into a prosperous life, that every human deserves.
To Provide services for the developmentally disabled along with their parents with an endless supply of Love and Happiness.
Planning on breaking ground for a special facility late 2020. This will house a variety of services for the disabled including Speech, Occupational, ABA Therapies, as well as job training for corporate America.
Chance was diagnosed at age 2. To this day he is challenged with a body that does not receive communication impulses. He cannot speak, and has poor muscle tone. He does not understand social awareness, and cannot make eye contact.
His Mother Anne has always fought for his rights to therapy and aide, which was an intense struggle to this day. He has demonstrated that he has a photographic memory, and has learned to read by therapy. He can write, although he struggles with fine motor skills.
Autism Spectrum Disorder affects 1 in 59 individuals in the USA. The amount of those that are affected has doubled 2.5 times since 2007. This condition is not curable. Therapy enhances the quality of life, as well as teach these special people how to live in todays world.
Autism can affect all races, all ethnicities, all genders, and all socioeconomic backgrounds. Parents face struggles every day to find care. The therapy has to be specific for each and every case.
50,000 Adolescents become adults each year. It is very important that there are services available to provide transitional care. These Men and Women need to lead a fulfilling life with a job, and social skills. The future is counting down and we need more facilities for access to care. The House That Chance Built charity will provide the care we need for the symptomatic and their parents. Please help Chance and his family build this house for everyone.