by Kelly Merchant and Jon Alexander Josh refers to himself as a gamer. Gaming experiences help him think through situations in life. At work, he uses gaming techniques to efficiently maneuver through the crowded stock room at Walgreens and to best balance products on...
by Nick Cocchiarella and Kathia Reynandez Nick used research, life, and professional experiences to work together in developing job leads. Nick’s strong interest in disability advocacy, paired with his BA in Communication and Journalism from University of St. Thomas,...
by Callie Sleper and Gwyn Armour Slim Pig. Marching Band. The Tentacled Yak. Humpty Doggy. Quasi Rowboat at the Quackadero. Anthony the Ant. The Fiffer Feffer Feff. Fat Singer Joe Playing His Banjo. The names of Gabe’s pieces of art speak for themselves. Gabe has been...
by Patti Bitney Starke Every day, an estimated 22 veterans die of suicide. Many resources and supports have been put in place to reduce this number to zero. Although the state reports that homelessness among veterans has been significantly reduced, not reported are...
by Callie Sleper Janice began volunteering at TPT—Twin Cities PBS in downtown St. Paul 22 years ago. She has gone in every single day for an hour at a time, except on holidays or the rare day when her supervisor gives her the day off. Janice doesn’t care for days off....
by Patti Bitney Starke and Callie Sleper Eileen grew up in New York. She earned a full college scholarship and earned an accounting degree from Tri- State University. Following college, she accepted a position as a full-time accountant and, shortly after, she was...
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What we do
Ever talk of what you want in life only to be told by others that it is not possible? At Kaposia, we mean what we say. We will work with you and your ideas to help them become reality. As we help you walk through the Discovery Process you will begin to flesh out your desires and put them into the proper perspective.
At Kaposia, retiring doesn’t mean an end but rather a new beginning with different experiences. We have a vital community volunteer program, various learning, recreational and leisure opportunities and other ways that we help you stay active. You won’t have to wonder about how to fill your time, we'll help you see all the ways you can!
What Drives Us
Our History and Values
Each person is valuable and should be treated with dignity and respect.
Kaposia has been investing the in prosperity of people with disabilities for over 50 years.
Take a look back at our HISTORY.