To protect and support the inherent rights of all people to choose where and with whom they work, live and play.
What do we mean by "choice":
1. Choice is made by the individual either through direct or indirect communication.
2. Choices are encouraged. Failure is acceptable - it's how we learn and grow.
3. Choices are examined closely through communication to determine the true nature of the choice and then adjusted.
4. Choices without experience are not choices - they are settling for the least objectionable.