Donors of WhisperGLIDE visit ADEC to dedicate plaque on swing

2018-05-24T09:27:02+00:00 May 24th, 2018|A Life of Their Own, News, Technology|1 Comment

The ADEC Day Service at Bristol was recently the proud recipient of a WhisperGLIDE swing generously donated by Matt and Susan Richardson.

The Richardsons stopped by the the day service on Friday, May 18, to see the swing in action. WhisperGLIDEs are designed with mobility issues in mind. One side of the swing is built so that wheelchairs may be secured in place and the user may easily have access to the ability to swing. While at the day service, Matt and Susan dedicated a plaque on the swing in honor of Robert Richardson, Matt’s father.

When the Richardsons arrived, several people ADEC serves were already out enjoying the sunny weather and swing, and several others soon came out to chat with the couple.

Matt and Susan met with members of the management team and discussed the swing and how much it means to people ADEC serves who are in wheelchairs to be able to enjoy a swing.

Check out pictures from the Richardson’s visit below:

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  1. Dottie Arnold May 25, 2018 at 2:57 pm - Reply

    Susan and Matt such a wonderful gift in your Dad’s name. Would love to see you when you come to town. Dottie and Tom

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