At MOKA, we measure success individually. Each individual determines their personal goals based on their own dreams and desires for the future. MOKA is proud to have played a part in the illustrative stories below.
Self-proclaimed “cowgirls,” 18-year-old Kayetlyn and her Community Supports mentor, Cynthia Foote, have formed a tight bond over the last six years.
It can be difficult to see your child leave home to live independently, but for Eddie’s mother, Kathie, it was something for which she had always planned.
Astacia stopped in her tracks at the YMCA and peered through the glass into a room with women dancing. “She looked in there and said ‘I can do that."
It was an afternoon of wins as Connor switched from putting together a rainbow track to putting it away, grabbing Alie’s hand and riding the elevator.
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