Welcome to The Village of Triumph where we believe it takes a Village to help others to be Triumphant over many struggles they may have and to be as successful as possible through fun activities.
The Village of Triumph is a God-inspired endeavor where we believe every person has a valuable and important purpose in this life. Our dream for each of God's Special Angels is to achieve His purpose for them and, in the process, to help others see beyond their differences.
Our mission at The Village of Triumph is to build a single destination for families of individuals with various disabilities to come for support and any needed services and resources from therapies and life skills including SOCIAL skills up to vocational skills as well as educating parents on being advocates from the very beginning. Our goal is for everyone to discover their own 'different abilities' and to be triumphant.
Check out the most recent woodworking and crafts that our amazing participants make each month.
Join us for our cooking, woodworking, craft classes, dinner/movie nights, game nights, and more.
"The Village of Triumph is a godsend for families who have children with Special Needs. Run by Cynthia Aldridge, a former teacher, it is a joyous place with a wide variety of fun activities that our daughter loves intending. Cynthia seeks out opportunities for enrichment, bringing guest instructors for cooking, woodworking, painting and academics. She hosts movie nights, dinners out and Cookies with Santa and Mrs. Claus. Our daughter has participated in Village of Triumph activities for over five years. She attends weekly private academic tutoring sessions where she is instructed in ways that make sense to her. Cynthia developed a continually changing curriculum with exciting teaching methods to reach to our daughter on her level and make her strive to improve her functional academic skills.
Cynthia runs The Village of Triumph with her whole heart and it's evident that she loves what she does. She offers children and young adults a haven to be themselves and to be applauded for it. With encouragement and perseverance, she makes sure all are included and that social skills instruction leads them to have true peers.
We are so grateful for Cynthia and The Village of Triumph!"
Carey and Boyd Handley, Parents