To push the horizon of traditional care, offering our clients access to a better world, a more accepting world, and a world in which they have a chance to realize their full potential.
At EGH, we strongly encourage skill development, relationship building, and self-determination, as opposed to simply providing a protective environment. Training in self-help an social skills, along with opportunities to experience the natural consequence of decisions and behavior, promote growth toward maximum self-sufficiency.
To provide quality residential services to persons with developmental disabilities, creating for them a supportive and challenging environment and the opportunity to develop skills essential to functioning as members of a community.
Toward that end, the founders of EGH purchased and donated a home in Wayzata to establish Shadyway, a residence for six adults with developmental disabilities.
The future looks dynamic and hopeful, invigorated by the accomplishments of 40 years of service.