Casco exists to provide meaningful experience to people with disabilities which enable them to increase their independence. Our goal is to enhance the quality of life for the people we serve through growth, experience, and community inclusion.
Our goal is accomplished by:
1. Providing the opportunity for meaningful experience both within our facility and within the community.
2. Respecting the rights, choices, and dignity of all people.
3. Encouraging each person to expand their talents to reach their desired level of independence, integration, and inclusion.
4. Advocating for the inclusion of people with disabilities in all aspects of community life.
Through these actions, we defend each person’s right to be independent and productive, and to contribute toward their own welfare and that of their community.
In April 1972, the Cass County Sheltered Workshop Association was organized as a non-profit group to transport 11 individuals to the workshop facility in Grandview, Missouri...