Co-founded by a parent of a son with Autism, Friends of Cyrus II‘s mission is simple: to provide support services for adults with Autism and Developmental Disabilities as if they were members of our own family.
Assisting disabled individuals improve their quality of life is our highest priority. We help our clients maintain the highest level of well-being by providing support in a safe and dignified manner. Above all, Friends of Cyrus II’s programs foster independence, dignity, privacy, choice, and individuality.
Our dedicated team of caregivers and Behavior Analysts work with clients to boost their self-perception, self-esteem, and confidence on a daily basis. We help our clients build the full and meaningful lives they deserve by addressing these important factors of mental well-being.
Additionally, Friends of Cyrus II places a premium on enhancing clients’ relationships with their families and community. We provide our clients with the tools they need to engage with the world around them, and our nuanced approach in developing Behavior Plans allow us to tailor to the specific needs of each client.
Friends of Cyrus II was founded by Kamelia Kameli, a veteran in the healthcare industry and the parent of an adult son with autism, and Daren Singhani, the former CEO of a healthcare staffing company. Kameli’s son, Cyrus, was diagnosed with Autism at an early age and inspired the founding of the agency.
Since its inception, Friends of Cyrus II has operated with an unwavering mission in mind: to create a haven of lifetime support options for individuals with disabilities. Friends of Cyrus currently supports over 120 adults throughout Burlington and Middlesex Counties.
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