Tierra Del Sol
Overall Rating 4.3 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Wolf Julie★★★★★ a week ago
Listen up!! The special adults work like slaves here???, you go you see them cleaning their cars, access buses, rooms, etc. Very inconsiderate about their opinions and feelings, I mean don't you wanna take your special to child to a foundation or place where they feel happy or at home or something that is very beneficial for them where they can learn and grow? Not here, I mean unless you're just trying to have the special adult occupied or out of your way then this is the place for you. But I want my special child to learn not be their slaves. They never have any days off, it seems like they just want to keep these special adults occupied with something useless to do. I understand that some of these Special adults can be hard to control but I guess you just need patience with them, no patience at all here. I rather travel my a** to find another foundation.
renee banks★★★★★ a week ago
I don't know much about this foundation but I didn't have a good first impression nor experience. I met with Ana A. today to discuss the services that they offer for adults with developmental disabilities and it was a waste of my time. What's frustrating is the fact that a lot of what Ana discussed could've been communicated over the phone. The main issue is that Ana spoke about some of the services that they offered but left out a few important details till the end of the meeting. Not aware of the services schedule and availability, I agreed to allow my adult brother to take an school assessment and waited to only be told that they couldn't accommodate my brother because he needed to do the program M-F which is truly overwhelming for someone like him if he's going to school and working part-time. The issue is NOT the fact that they didn't have flexibility, but the fact that the worker didn't communicate this info from the beginning. How do I expect this foundation to teach my brother communication when I can't get that from the worker? And, she downplayed the fact that she didn't communicate and said I'm sorry you can't get the program that you would like. No, it's frustrating that I wasted my time and I have to go back to apply for a new vendor when I was not aware that this was a M-F program from the start of the meeting and after taking an assessment. Especially when I made it very clear of our situation. Thanks Tierra De Sol, moving on.....
Sylvia Meserkhani★★★★★ in the last week
I visited Three Fold Village which shares this facility. A Waldorf School for those that homeschool their children part-time.
ItzChromgameplay k★★★★★ 6 months ago
They do amazing work with the developmentally challenged very caring staff
Rudolph Shutta★★★★★ 9 months ago
Outstanding non profit they are amaxong