In a pair of moves designed to better serve the people of Whitley County, Passages is planning to merge with Easterseals Arc of Northeast Indiana, while Brightpoint plans to take on The Whitley Crossings Neighborhood Corporation (WCNC) currently affiliated with Passages. Easterseals Arc and Passages each have more than 65 years of history supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Merging… Read more »
Whitley Crossings Neighborhood Corporation (WCNC) recently announced its plans for the 2020 Walk of Trees event.
Easterseals Arc consumers are learning new work skills as they perk up members of Parkview Family YMCA.
Passages recently presented Mr. George Schrumpf with an award for his service on its Board of Directors and welcomed a new board member, Lisa Peppler, Finance Manager for Parkview Whitley and Parkview Warsaw.
The Northeast Indiana Disability Advocacy Coalition (NEIDAC) has launched an initiative to provide free transportation to persons with disabilities for early voting.
AWS Foundation has awarded a $12,500 grant to Easterseals Arc of Northeast Indiana to support the Fort Wayne Abilities Collaborative in providing inclusive social and sensory friendly events.
Passages, Inc. recently awarded its annual Community Partner Awards to Community Foundation of Whitley County, United Way of Whitley County, AWS Foundation, and Mrs. Lori Shipman of Lori Shipman Consulting, LLC.
Crystal Church-Stavitzke will be promoted to Easterseals RISE executive director as Chris Stackhouse has chosen to resign from the position.
President and CEO David Dreith speaks on Fox News about adapting during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Summer Program began due to a need for students with disabilities to have a program during their summer break, and since this program began, it has grown exponentially.
Easterseals Arc has been awarded a $1,902 grant from the St. Joseph Community Health Foundation to fund health education resources for people with disabilities.
Easterseals Arc of Northeast Indiana was recently awarded a $3,650 grant from the Indiana Arts Commission to support a range of artistic opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.