Mission Statement: To promote and drive innovation, ideas, attitudes that lead to exponential development of technologies and socioeconomic strategies that would assist people with disabilities to function as fluidly within all levels in both the workplace and outside the workplace.
In driving the further advancement and development of technologies that would be readily available for use, is the ultimate goal.
Thrive is a non-profit organization dedicated to recognizing outstanding contributions to courage and drive solutions for developing and optimizing accommodations for different abled persons. This is accomplished by spotlighting achievements that span five essential categories of all types of science disciplines that are listed below. The accomplishments can be made by differently abled persons or to drive solutions for accommodations.
1. Human Health
2. Quality Communication
3. Emotional Well-Being
4. Environmental Well-Being
5. Genetic Diversity
We believe that these five categories reflect the current trends in modern science towards utilizing an array of traditional disciplines to investigate broadly framed inquiries of profound importance. Thrive will recognize excellence in cross-disciplinary projects that integrate traditional fields such as Physics, Chemistry, Literature, Peace, Medicine/Physiology and Economics Sciences.
This effort bridges the gap between the Nobel Prize and World Economic Forum through recognition and acceleration of outstanding contributions in allowing different abled persons to be successful within all levels within the workplace and in their personal lives..
Click on the Groundbreaking work for examples. Below are brief summaries.
1. Human Health: Breakthrough scientific discoveries which have far-reaching impact on optimizing human health, in general.
2. Quality Communication: This refers to advancements in assistive technologies that allow for improved communication with each other. Also language and methods of communication can be within this category.
3. Emotional Well-Being: How people treat each other and how we perceive and feel about ourselves. This includes Emotional Intelligence and any advancements in order to function and integrate within the local groups within both the workplace and outside the workplace.
4. Environmental Well-Being: This category recognizes the outstanding contributions made by People With Disabilities in addressing pollution and improving the quality of our changing environment, including land, water, and space. This category also spotlights efforts to reinforce the the Kyoto treaty regarding harmful global emissions. This category also applies to technology that assist people with limited mobility getting around within various outdoor environments.
5. Genetic Conservation and Improvement: Many species are becoming extinct due to accelerating climate change at the cost of biodiversity. Also, many species, including humans being directly affected by genetic therapy. This category applies to all life-forms including plants, animals, and bacteria.
The 5 categores focuses on both planet Earth and Space Travel/Exploration.