Each year, Project Genesis serves more than 225 adults and students throughout Connecticut who have a range of disabilities. Our dedicated team tailors supports to meet each consumer’s unique needs and ambitions, empowering them to become more active, productive and valued citizens.
Acquired Brain Injury

Since 1999, Project Genesis has helped survivors of brain injury attain an independent and productive life, and connect with a vibrant support network.

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Special Education Support Services

We offer a comprehensive range of in-school, academic, transitional, and community-based services that support special needs and build independence.

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R.I.S.E. Program

Working with employers throughout Connecticut, we help adults with disabilities train for, find, and keep a job in a broad range of industries and positions.

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Project Genesis is a Collaborative Effort
We are committed to making a difference for individuals and in our communities & workplace. See how we’re creating a positive impact, together!
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In July 2008, I had a stroke while in jail in Virginia. It happened when I was taking a shower, and I had to be flown to the hospital by helicopter. The doctors performed a craniotomy and removed a part of my brain. As a result, I was bedridden for six years and couldn't speak during that time. I had to wear a helmet to protect my brain, and I used a wheelchair while recovering. Now, I use a quad cane to move around, but I still have difficulty speaking. Although I have ideas, I sometimes struggle to find the right words. To help with my Aphasia, I use my iPad to communicate.
I embarked on a journey with Project Genesis in 2021 to enhance my daily living skills and continue to thrive. With a deep passion for trucks, I find great joy in discussing them and sharing my knowledge with others. - Lonnell #projectgenesisinci#projectgenesisn#Abi #AquiredBrainInjuryn#abiservicesv#CTs#myjourneyu#mystorystory
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In July 2008, I had a stroke while in jail in Virginia. It happened when I was taking a shower, and I had to be flown to the hospital by helicopter. The doctors performed a craniotomy and removed a part of my brain. As a result, I was bedridden for six years and couldnt speak during that time. I had to wear a helmet to protect my brain, and I used a wheelchair while recovering. Now, I use a quad cane to move around, but I still have difficulty speaking. Although I have ideas, I sometimes struggle to find the right words. To help with my Aphasia, I use my iPad to communicate.
I embarked on a journey with Project Genesis in 2021 to enhance my daily living skills and continue to thrive. With a deep passion for trucks, I find great joy in discussing them and sharing my knowledge with others. - Lonnell J. 

#projectgenesisinc #projectgenesis #ABI #AquiredBrainInjury #abiservices #CT #myjourney #mystory

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