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Gatepath | Serving Children & Adults with Special Needs and Disabilities

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Gatepath has been “Turning Disabilities Into Possibilities” for more than 98 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.
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Jan 3 The High Cost of Operating a Business in the Bay Area Challenges Nonprofits By Bryan Neider, CEO, Gatepath Insights from Gatepath were featured in a recent San Mateo Daily Journal article entitled “Nonprofits struggle with growing rents,” which brings to light one of the biggest challenges ... Read More
Dec 23 A Top 10 Wish List for 2019 With ambitious intentions, hard work and a strong community, all things are possible! By Bryan Neider, CEO, Gatepath As 2018 comes to a close, we have been reflecting on this past year.  We’re extremely thankful for all the support we had in furthering ... Read More
Nov 16 98 Years of Resilience in an Ever-Changing World By Bryan Neider, CEO, Gatepath I’m proud to share with you Gatepath’s 2017-18 Annual Report, which highlights many of our accomplishments this past fiscal year. In June we proudly celebrated 98 years of serving children, youth and adults with ... Read More
Nov 8 A Champion for Inclusion California’s Newly Elected Governor Champions Needs of the Developmental Disabilities Community By Bryan Neider, CEO, Gatepath With the passage of the Lanterman Developmental Disabilities Act of 1977, California became the birthplace of the American’s with ... Read More
Oct 29 Classroom Inclusion Enhances Community and Prevents Bullying By Ana Gomez, Family Resource Center Support Group Leader I’m the mother of two amazing boys who are 3 and 10 years old. Both were diagnosed with speech delays, and my oldest was also diagnosed with ADHD, dyslexia and mood disorder.... 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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