Residents of ADEC’s Tara group home spend a full month counting down the days until Ride-A-Bike, and then they spend another two weeks after the event talking about how much […]
Many memories were made at the ADEC Ball on April 20. Relive some of our favorite moments with this recap video and photo gallery.
As I stood inside the RV Hall of Fame on Friday, April 20, for the ADEC Ball, I was overcome with appreciation for our community as hundreds of others joined […]
When Stacey Damron (formerly Stewart) started at Village Women’s group home back in 1993, there was one woman who couldn’t speak. Through the years, Stacey and other ADEC staff worked […]
Since she was just 5 years old, Amy Moore knew that she wanted to work with individuals with disabilities — and for the past 25 years, she has been doing […]
ADEC's Airstream RV raffle was a way to honor the legacies of both Thor Industries and ADEC in Elkhart County.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]You can’t make an omelet without breaking a few eggs, and you can’t build a coffeehouse without breaking ground. If you’ve noticed that the electronic sign in front of ADEC’s […]
Tickets are still available for the ADEC Ball. This is a one-time event, so the only way to experience the magic is to get your ticket!
ADEC’s newest program fills the GAP between high school and career for individuals with disabilities
ADEC’s new Growth and Purpose (GAP) program is designed to help bridge the gap between education and employment. The program, which launches in April, is open to any individuals with disabilities interested in joining the workforce.
Individuals from ADEC and students from Northridge Middle School spent a morning in March getting to know each other over a game of bowling.