Why we serve

In 2013, we realized that there was no comprehensive resource in the Northwest serving special needs families. At the time, we had spoken to people who's loved one had recently received a diagnosis and soon after, they felt lost navigating the many government, legal, and financial programs.

We felt there needed to be an easier way of identifying, and then navigating the existing programs.

Palladio Company was launched to serve special needs families by providing access to information and specialists that could help improve the quality of life for people who experience disability, their families and caregivers.

Who we serve

We work with families and caregivers, professionals, and organizations.

Since we began, we have had the opportunity of working with over 1,000 families, cross-disability, and at all different planning stages. Those experiences have allowed us to create wonderful working relationships with Attorneys, CPAs, and County Case Workers, among other professionals. Simultaneously, we have developed partnerships with many of the non-profits in the State of Oregon and Washington, who advocate for and provide support services to individuals who experience disability.

Education

We educate families, professionals, and organizations by hosting workshops throughout the year, and by meeting with people individually. If you are looking to attend one of our upcoming workshops, explore our Calendar. Otherwise, look through the topics we discuss to discover how we are able to serve you.

Meet Our Team

Palladio Company is composed of people who are dedicated to the diverse concerns of special needs families. With our personal and professional experiences, we are uniquely equipped to help educate families on the important financial, legal, and government programs that can help empower those who experience disability.

Who is palladio?

The name for Palladio Company was inspired after Andrea Palladio, a transcendent architect born during the Italian Renaissance. We felt drawn to Palladio, not because of the buildings he had designed and built, but rather his beliefs and motivations towards architecture.