Sunny 101.5 brings Christmas (and Santa!) to ADEC's new Gaining Grounds Center "I believe in you, Santa!" Kevin Seymore told Sunny 101.5's white-bearded man. Kevin, who participates in both day service and supported living through ADEC, stopped by [...]
♫ DSPs, DSPs, you guys really rock! ♫ ADEC corporate choir performs a very special rendition of ‘Jingle Bells’
Our direct support professionals really rock. They rock so much that Leslie Greensides, staff accountant at ADEC, wrote a song about them. Musicians from ADEC's administrative team visit locations throughout Elkhart and St. Joseph locations in December to spread Christmas [...]
At ADEC, we have much to be thankful for this holiday season. We are thankful for the nearly 400 members of #teamADEC who report to work each day to make a difference in the lives of the people we serve. We [...]
ADEC now has a team of five therapists who use music and play to help individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities develop new skills and accomplish individual goals.
ADEC could not think of a better person than Frank Stephens to help us celebrate the people we serve.
At ADEC, we like to think that the extra chromosome found in individuals with Down syndrome is pure awesomeness.Because October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month, we will be celebrating all of that awesomeness with a special keynote speaker on Oct. 25.We [...]
Across the United States, during the week of September 9–15, 2018, we take the opportunity to highlight and say "thank you" to the dedicated and innovative direct support workforce. We, here at ADEC, genuinely honor the compassion and dedication of our [...]
Anne Craft first came to work at ADEC because the hours were better than her previous job, but that is not what has kept her here for 20 years. She has remained on #teamADEC because she has found a job that [...]
Frank Stephens has taken on Ann Coulter on national television and silenced Congress with just five words ("my life is worth living"). On Oct. 25, he will inspire and energize the guests at ADEC's Annual Celebration as the keynote speaker. ADEC [...]
Before ADEC was founded, people with intellectual and developmental disabilities were segregated from their communities, and now, with the help of people like you, they are included and embraced.