Thankful to celebrate 25-30 years and more of belonging to the Ardmore Inc. community
Tony is a regular at the Glenn’s, a neighborhood spot in North Hill. His support staff Wanda has been taking him weekly for $1 burger night for years. He has a place of belonging where everyone knows his name! Do you have a place of belonging? Can you see yourself helping others find theirs?
Ardmore Inc. Is ensuring each home will have a tablet to make customized Pinterest boards.
This will give individuals additional opportunities to express what is important to them. Home Coordinator Sonya Khalfani is leading the project. Barb, with the help of her staff, is using a tablet to create Pinterest boards with her favorite foods and crafts.
Knights of Columbus Donation
William, Samir, JT Styles, Wendy and Jocelyn were very thankful to receive a $1400 check from the Knights of Columbus.
Theatre on the Spectrum open!
Our Theatre on the Spectrum program has opened! To find our more information on this program and to see a wonderful video of Samir as Prospero
Zee's Future is on Target
It all started with a summer job. Who knew that this traditional teenage rite-of-passage would help one young man find his voice and his direction? http://www.summitdd.org/blog/my-story/zees-future/
Whether you know him as Mark or Marky– he’ s North Hill’s greatest Fan
Mark lives in North Hill with his Ardmore Inc. Foster / Shared Living Provider, Aretta Harrison and has received supports from Vern Appleton, Ardmore case coordinator for the past 12 years »read more
Circle K perfect fit for Kelsey and Franklin
When businesses and organizations come together to create inclusive employment opportunities for people with disabilities, the community becomes even stronger! read more
Thank you Northern Ohio Golf Charities for the beautiful new wheelchair accessible van!
Looking for a meaningful and fullfilling career? Check out our variety of employment opportunities, with complete and paid training. »read more
At Ardmore, we believe that everyone deserves a place in their community where they are safe, seen, accepted, loved and given opportunities to contribute. »read more