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.
The folks from Genesis Products spent a combined 45 hours volunteering and hanging out with the people ADEC serves at the day service. The volunteers learned about ADEC's mission to offer choice and possibility to the people the nonprofit serves and were then able to see it in action.
ADEC clients at the Day Service at Bristol got a surprise visit Tuesday, June 12, from a pair of Elkhart County Sheriff's Department officers.
More than 200 people came out to Northridge High School on May 19 to support the people with intellectual and developmental disabilities served by ADEC every day.
From the CEO: ADEC Gaining Grounds Center to be place of transformational impact, community inclusion
Last month, we told you that we were breaking ground on an exciting, new Gaining Grounds location that will help provide more choices and greater possibilities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, but I wanted to take some time and explain the vision behind the new addition.
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 […]
ADEC's Airstream RV raffle was a way to honor the legacies of both Thor Industries and ADEC in Elkhart County.