People with an intellectual disability (PWID) do not get to choose what they are born with. However, we can be considerate and work with them in their intellectual space instead of trying to fit them into ours. There is plenty of time for that. Once PWID have acquired a repertoire of experiences, we can expose them to build on those experiences, and give them a better chance to have a more substantial education and a chance of more equitable opportunities. Experiences, exposure, and education, in any order is what we at No Bounds follow.

The environment must be rich in motives which lend interest to activity and invite the child to conduct his own experiences.
— Maria Montessori