The Scalzi Originals Foundation is at the crossroads of political science and special education. Its mission is to dynamically strengthen community and individuals through the advent of cognitive, physical, and encouraging leadership in the community support; personalizing implementation of new enterprising ideas, supports and accommodations according to the relevant needs and concerns of families, individuals, and entire communities.
Social enterprising through 1:1 & project-based work, the foundation is scaling its network and pathways of empowerment for those it serves:
Youth, adults, and senior centers who are 'typical' and with special needs, such as executive function challenges, including attentional deficits and behavioral concerns, those on the autism spectrum, with Downs Syndrome, and Intellectual Disabilities.
Coach Bill directs the focus and the instructional approach, the creation of programs, and the innovative push to supply the needs of local communities in practical ways that create an alternative to traditional programs offered.
In addition, the revitalization of community areas is of special interest. Stamford, Ct.'s Scalzi Skateboard Park was revitalized to be an increasingly family-friendly environment through the efforts of the foundation, and an additional focus in this regard is now with a park in San Juan, Puerto Rico's municipality of Santurce. The building of a garden, fishing area, and skateboard park is the goal.
The foundation works in Fairfield County, Ct., Westchester County, NY, Manhattan, NYC.
Scalzi Originals Foundation, since 2015
Coach Bill is a Dad, Community Entrepreneur, a Special Educator, American Political Scientist, and writer with a B.A. in Political Science & M.A. in Special Education with 18 years of work experience in the field of Special Education across the USA; including Boston, Hawai'i, Marthas Vineyard, Puerto Rico, Florida, New York, and Connecticut.
He has worked with public school systems, town governments, special needs and counseling centers, families and individuals; successfully introducing practical, innovative, and supportive services that focus on strengthening people from the inside out.
Build ecosystems and individuals to strengthen
and sustain integrated community health.
For typical Youth, Adults, & Senior Citizens,
and those with special needs.
Special Educators who work directly in and for the community must be versatile, innovative, dynamic, and ready to work.