Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch: Hoosiers with disabilities deserve the same opportunities

2017-12-21T14:21:04+00:00 December 21st, 2017|A Life of Their Own, Dignity|

Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch penned the following editorial about how all Hoosiers, including those with intellectual and developmental disabilities, deserve the same opportunities. Thank you for supporting agencies like ADEC, Lt. Gov. Crouch! Growing up as a 12-year-old who towered over [...]

Bristol Elementary students, staff support ADEC with a Rudolph Romp

2017-12-21T10:45:49+00:00 December 21st, 2017|Community|

Students, teachers and staff at Bristol Elementary worked together to make the holidays brighter for ADEC. The school collected donations for ADEC in the weeks leading up to the holiday break. A cart full of nonperishable food items, clothing, exercise equipment, [...]

Vice President of Programming Sally Russell retires from ADEC after 16 years

2017-12-08T11:47:37+00:00 December 8th, 2017|Community, News|

After 16 years of serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities through ADEC, Vice President of Programming Sally Russell retired from the organization on Dec. 1, 2017. Sally joined us in 2001 after spending several years working at a similar agency [...]

Grab your calendar! Here’s how you can join us for the ADEC Ball

2017-12-07T10:30:24+00:00 December 7th, 2017|Community|

Before we know it, the confetti will be flying as we ring in 2018. Around here, that means the ADEC Ball is coming soon. One of the coolest things about this experience will be having our community dance the night away [...]

ADEC’s Evan Hoover reflects on 35 years: ‘From the beginning, we were focused on choice and possiblity’

2017-12-06T15:33:51+00:00 December 6th, 2017|News|

When Evan Hoover sat down to talk over his experiences at ADEC, one of the first things he did was pull out an ADEC Annual Report from 1982. In it, Craig Fulmer, board president at the time, writes, Our goals for [...]