ADEC summer campers’ activity level grows by ‘Leaps and Bounds’ thanks to Goshen Health grant

2018-07-19T16:19:25+00:00 July 19th, 2018|News|

Children with disabilities are 38 percent more likely to be obese. With help from the Goshen Health Foundation, ADEC is working to change that.

Project SEARCH students reflect on internship experiences at Memorial Hospital of South Bend

2018-02-08T13:46:46+00:00 February 8th, 2018|A Life of Their Own, Employment, News|

Only about one-third of working-age people with disabilities are employed, but a partnership between ADEC, South Bend schools and Beacon Health System is working to change that.

Dianne’s Continuing ADEC Adventure: Flying to Arizona

2017-03-31T12:46:31+00:00 March 31st, 2017|A Life of Their Own, Dignity, Direct Support|

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 and Richard Hampshire reuniting after eight years of searching for each [...]

Eight-Year Search Leads to Mother-Son Reunion at ADEC

2016-08-05T10:22:47+00:00 August 5th, 2016|A Life of Their Own, Families|

When you google “Dianne Hampshire,” the first entry that pops up is a profile from the Works of Arc website featuring Dianne’s picture and describing her ceramic work at ADEC’s Day Service at Goshen. For most people, this would be just [...]

ADEC Services Receive Glowing Reviews

2016-07-22T11:02:09+00:00 July 22nd, 2016|A Life of Their Own, Dignity, Direct Support, News|

Program surveys, reviews and audits are a valuable way to refine programming, reinforce quality standards and offer proof of impeccable service. ADEC furthers its mission of choice and possibility every time services pass critical review. Over the past few months, music [...]