ADEC helps shape the minds and bodies of youths with intellectual and developmental disabilities by providing positive support after school hours.

Healthy minds and bodies

ADEC’s After-School Club serves as a place for children with intellectual and developmental disabilities to go after school to participate in the programs which exercise their minds and bodies, enjoy a healthy snack and work on homework.

Students exercise, learn how to bake and participate in an art project at least once per week.

Want to enroll your student in After-School Club? Fill out this form.

“The best thing about the ADEC After School program is that it is an activity designed for our (special needs) kids, instead of a traditional activity they are ‘allowed’ to attend.”

Stacy Nickel, parent of a student in the After-School Club
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Exercising mind and body.

Young adults who attend ADEC’s After-School Club are given the opportunity to grow mentally, physically and socially. Staff help individuals gain valuable life skills that help each young adult thrive.

Your donation can offer more choices of activities for these young adults to participate in and learn from, and it can also offer greater possibility for personal growth as they navigate their way into adulthood.