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There's no place like Isaac's aNORAble Home

An art gallery and Airbnb dedicated to our children and the disability community.

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Mom, Dad, Nora, and Isaac

We are a family touched by Down syndrome.  Our daughter Nora, was diagnosed with Down syndrome prenatally at six months.  We were initially shocked by her diagnosis and within a week we realized all Nora needed were two loving parents. 

Her incredible younger brother Isaac enjoys making her laugh.  He loves her unconditionally and demonstrates a love we can all learn from. 

We hope to support and guide both of our children as they navigate life in a unique way. We hope Isaac's aNORAble Home can help. 

Our Casita

We walked into our home on July 28th.  Isaac's aNORAble Home has transformed into a blue house that welcomes you with a bright yellow door.  The colors represent Down syndrome.    This house is open to guests who will know they are loved, welcomed, celebrated, and accepted.  We hope our guests enjoy a walk on a real yellow brick road!  They will be taken from black and white steps to a life with color!  The spacious rooms are themed around disability, courage, love, and kindness.  Isaac's aNORAble Home has initiated important conversations that promote inclusion, advocacy, understanding, and change.  We look forward to opening our doors to guests around the world. 



Havre de Grace is located along the beautiful Susquehanna River and the Chesapeake Bay. It is known as the “Decoy Capitol of The World.” This Art and Entertainment District is filled with piano painted streets, antique shops, museums, galleries, kindness, culture, and creativity.


Your donations allow us to host art events within the disability community! We provide all material including paint, canvases, brushes, easels, and more! Thanks to your donations, we have had several fun events.  The artists shared their work to decorate the rooms in Isaac's aNORAble Home!



Our team of incredible advocates consists of individuals with disabilities, their siblings, parents and friends!   You can read their words of wisdom as you walk through our home.  We know our guests will leave with a better understanding of our community through our advocates' portraits and books. 

What you will see...


Enjoy our collection of abstracts created by artists who used colors celebrating Down syndrome.


Enjoy the work of Isaac and Nora. A collection that reflects the unique dynamics of siblings within the disability community.


The blue and yellow themed rooms are filled with books and artwork made by those touched by disability.  You can find inspiring quotes that will change your perspective after staying at Isaac's aNORAble Home.  Click photo to book a stay!


JP Henry

View JP Henry's stunning landscape photos that capture details unique to the typical eye. 


Self Advocate Portraits

Rachel's contagious smile will greet you alongside words of wisdom we can all learn from. 


Self Advocate Portraits

Jordan's welcoming smile will greet you at the door in our Self Advocate Hall. 


Charlie French
American Abstract Artist

"Morning in Paris" is displayed for all of our guests to admire in

Isaac's aNORAble Gallery


Isaac's aNORAble Gallery

Come see work created in Isaac's aNORAble Home by local artist, Joe Harter.



Check in: 3:00 PM

Call: 8:30AM -3:00PM


Isaac's aNORAble Home would not be possible without your generous support.  Thanks to donations from art lovers like yourself, we can provide employment opportunities, host fully funded paint events at local support centers, and ensure a new perspective to our guests.

We are currently raising money for Faith's Ramp.  Isaac's aNORAble Home is a place where everyone is welcomed and in order to ensure that, accessibility is key! We are dedicating our ramp to Faith. 

Our friend Faith Guilbault believes, "The broken parts of us are what makes us beautiful."  She wants people to know that, "People with Special Needs are just like everyone else and they want to be treated the same."

Faith was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy at six months old.  She has two loving parents and a supportive brother who goes by JD.  Faith has accomplished a lot in her life. She participated in several CP Studies, was a Best Buddies Ambassador, sat on National Advisory Boards, and launched a podcast and YouTube show with her mother called, Guilbault Girls. Faith also directed her own documentary called Faith's World with BYkids Films which aired on PBS in 2021. The film was distributed to schools throughout the country with curriculum to go with it. She also took part in NYC's Fashion week and modeled adaptive wear for Kohls clothing. 

Faith dreams to be an author one day.  She would love to write children's books and has started on a few.  She loves writing and exploring her creative side.  Faith says, "Life throws you curve balls, but you must get back up again! Life has thrown me many curve balls, that's for sure, but it's made me who I am as a person today."

Please help us raise money for Faith's Ramp, by clicking below!

Goal: $4,855.00 -Estimate by LifewayMobility

Money Raised For Ramp: $2,830.00

Ramp Layout Details: 1:12- 4X4, ,16 ft Run


Isaac's aNORAble Gallery

Rent a spacious office & event space for the day or longer! Our gallery includes a large desk, comfortable seating, large kitchen, bathroom, inspiring art work, 50" television, high speed internet, and positive atmosphere. Our gallery and office space has a private entrance and can comfortably fit 10 attendees. Perfect for intimate meetings or events.

Call/Text us for availability (443) 955-8678

$32.01/hr Donation Fee

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Past Events

On October 1st we celebrated the beginning of Down syndrome Awareness Month by hosting our first event! We had almost 60 supporters join us in viewing the short film, For Paloma.  

Since opening day, we have hosted several fully funded paint events at the Arc of Northern Chesapeake and the Harford Center. 

We have also began hosting events in Isaac's aNORAble Gallery and look forward to many more!


We are looking for artists who want to sell their work at our gallery!  Do you have a disability and love to paint, sculpt, write, or more? Submit your information below!


Thanks for applying! We’ll be in touch soon.


Support Artists with Disabilities

Donating to Isaac's aNORAble Home allows us to advocate in a unique way!

You can also directly support artists who have given us permission to promote their work ! See below!


Affirmation Art

Affirmation art is the

"Realization of the Brighter Side."

Stunning finger paints created by proud and devoted artist,

Brandon Athey

Click below to be blown away

The Affirmation Art


Giggles and Bows Bowtique

Artist, Pat Williams will impress you with her talent for making one of a kind bows, earrings, and paintings. 

Phone: (443) 466-4764

Giggles and Bows Facebook Page


Crafty Dreams

Beautiful custom crochet dolls, scarfs, blankets, and more.  Made with love by artist, Dawn Anthony.  

Phone: (302) 757-9589



554 Franklin St
Havre De Grace, Harford County 21078


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