Easterseals Arc of Northeast Indiana and RISE Inc. have begun proceedings to merge the two disability services organizations, with a goal of completing the merger by the end of May.
When Dream Teens began in early June, the initial plan was for a program of virtual lessons designed to help protect the participants amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Easterseals Arc has reshaped many programs to reduce the chances of spreading COVID-19. The career exploration activities run by the employment services team are no exception.
Easterseals Arc has been awarded a $7,500 grant from the M.E. Raker Foundation to enhance community integration for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Easterseals Arc of Northeast Indiana has received a $10,000 grant from the Magee-O’Connor Foundation has to support employment services for individuals with disabilities.
Easterseals Arc of Northeast Indiana has received a $10,000 grant from the Flagstar Foundation.
The Easterseals Arc of Northeast Indiana board of directors has elected new officers and welcomed three new board members.
Indiana’s State of the State address recognizes people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The English Bonter Mitchell Foundation awarded a grant of $26,000 to Easterseals Arc of Northeast Indiana to support technology upgrades.