Gatepath has been “Turning Disabilities Into Possibilities” for more than 95 years.

We have one of the most comprehensive service portfolios spanning all ages from early intervention for infants to community access and job training for adults and seniors. All programs are designed to prepare children and adults to actively participate in their schools, community, workplaces and at home. Learn more

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Jun 16 By Pete Caraher, FRC Coordinator and Dad Our Family’s Journey with Gatepath I first learned about Gatepath in 2001 when our nine-month-old son, Liam, was diagnosed with Global Developmental Delays. At that point, we were referred to Gatepath’s Early Intervention (EI) services and immediately ... Read More
May 26 By Katie Krabbenschmidt, MA, CCC-SP, AT, Speech-Language Therapist, Gatepath A person with a speech or language impairment due to autism, cerebral palsy, or some other condition might not be able to speak very well or even at all. Depending on their abilities, they can use low-tech Augmentative ... Read More
May 11 By Bryan Neider, CEO, Gatepath Last week we witnessed first-hand that philanthropy in our community is very much alive and flourishing. More than 23,900 people across four counties (Santa Clara, San Mateo, San Francisco, and San Benito) demonstrated the true American spirit of giving back during ... Read More
Apr 7 (Jess Miller handing out awards to ASC students at this year's film premiere.) By Bryan Neider, Gatepath CEO This year’s Autism Social Connection (ASC) Annual Film Premiere was a remarkable success. This was my first ASC Film Premiere, and it blew me away. The short films being debuted by our ... Read More
Apr 6 By Kathy Ketchum (Director of Children’s Therapy Services) and Jennie Chien (Preschool Director, Learning Links Preschool) At Gatepath, we deliver a diverse range of programs and services designed to prepare children and adults with special needs to be independent and live full and productive ... Read More


Designed to nurture and support children with physical and developmental special needs, and create a network of support for parents.
Our programs for youth and teens focus on promoting communication, increasing personal involvement, and developing social skills.
Committed to expanding opportunities for adults with special needs to reach their greatest potential and become successful and productive members of the community.
Support sessions to help parents learn hands-on strategies to help their child learn and grow and to take care of their own well-being.

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