Dare Mighty Things (DMT) has been engaged by Impact Autism(IA), a Cincinnati based non-profit agency, whose mission is to “change the world for people living with autism through life management solutions that help overcome the educational, emotional and social challenges of autism through each life stage.” DMT has been charged with developing a business plan that will guide the opening of an Adult Autism Center in the Cincinnati area.
Working with NECCO, a private organization dedicated to providing quality care services to youth in Ohio’s child welfare and juvenile justice programs, and alongside Impact Autism board member, Ken Anderson, former Hall of Fame quarterback for the Cincinnati Bengals, DMT will apply their management consulting strategies to help IA achieve their goals.
“I am proud to expand our efforts to include the Autism community”, commented DMT President and CEO, David Van Patten. “We have committed two decades to serving organizations that are doing great work for vulnerable populations. Extending our reach to help establish an Adult Autism Center that stands to become the prototype for similar service communities is an honor in keeping with our mission.”
In addition to DMT’s services in the design, launch, scale and support of social service programs, we specialize in technology infused performance management solutions for large-scale programs that serve vulnerable populations. To learn more about DMT’s suite of products and services, see the client engagements page at www.daremightythings.com