Aptiv serves children and adults with many different types of disabilities.
Aptiv, established in 1977 as Riverfront Inc., is a non-profit with over 40 years of experience working alongside children and adults with disabilities to provide a spectrum of innovative support through programs and service so they may live more independent lives.
Our services help more than 1,700 individuals and their families in each communities we serve. We provide support when and where you need it, whether it’s in your home, at school, in the community or at one of our 8 service locations.
Types of disabilities served include:
And many others.
We are passionate about providing you with high-quality support that is individualized to your needs. At Aptiv we see the person, not the disability. Aptiv is service, personalized, to meet people where they are at with their service needs.
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