Children with disabilities are 38 percent more likely to be obese. With help from the Goshen Health Foundation, ADEC is working to change that.
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.
The individuals we serve at ADEC love to volunteer and take pride in knowing they are making their community a better place.
At ADEC, our employees are the backbone of our organization. Our employees clock in each day with one mission in mind: Providing exemplary care and critical support to the 1,000+ […]
ADEC’s Evan Hoover reflects on 35 years: ‘From the beginning, we were focused on choice and possiblity’
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, […]
You don’t have to be magical to be a fairy godmother. The stage is set for the ADEC ball on Friday, April 20, at the RV Hall of Fame, but […]
At 67 years old, Dianne Hampshire is living proof that it’s never too late to enjoy a new adventure. A few months ago, we shared this incredible story of Dianne […]