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The Redwood story began in 1953 when Al and Dorothy Wood teamed up with Bill and Sue Reder to create a place where people with disabilities could grow into healthy, happy, and productive members of their community. The Woods and the Reders were Redwood’s first volunteers, and their legacy is one of compassion, generosity, and community involvement.
That proud tradition lives on through the work of many dedicated staff and volunteers who have helped the agency reach new heights. Redwood’s mission, philosophy, and vision for the future seek to affirm that those with disabilities have the ability to live a full and productive life. Maximizing their potential and abilities is what we mean by Redwoodability.