To provide a homely, loving environment, for the intellectually disabled person who does not have family capable of taking care of him or her. Here he must be able to live a normal as possible life and enjoy all the privileges that we as able bodied persons take for granted.
To develop the intellectually disabled person to the maximum of his ability, through activities, training and teaching of appropriate skills over multiple domains. These include life, social, as well as occupational skills.
To make these developmental programs available to persons not living-in, on a day-visitor basis.
To involve the families and local community, through seminars and awareness campaigns.
To base all of this on a solid ethical and moral foundation, built on the teachings of, and trust in, our lord Jesus the Christ, to the greater glory of God.