Pathfinder Community Supports, the Adult Services division of Pathfinder Services, Inc. and the Starke County Public Library are partnering for a Disability Awareness Day at the library on Monday, March 22nd. The event will take place from 10:00 A.M. until 11:30 A.M. Central time at the library located at 152 West Culver Road in Knox.
March is Disability Awareness month and the Starke County Library and Pathfinder Community Supports will be having exhibits focused on this year’s theme of “Free Your Mind: See the Potential in Everyone”. There will be exhibits, rides and games for children and the young at heart to play and receive prizes. There will be a ride the chair lift provided by Pathfinder Community Supports as well as art and hobby craft displays from the division. Those in attendance will be given the opportunities to learn about classes provided in daily living, recreations, social and vocational skills.
Starke County Community Services will display some of the equipment that liberates people with disabilities to be actively involved in the community.
Throughout the month of March Pathfinder Community Supports spoke to various schools and groups throughout Northeast Indiana celebrating this year’s theme for Disability Awareness Month of “Free Your Mind: See the Potential in Everyone”.
Pathfinder Community Supports is the Adult Services division of Pathfinder Services, Inc., a Comprehensive Human and Community Development not for profit organization serving Marshall and Starke Counties since 19984. Pathfinder Services, Inc. serves over 2,000 individuals with and without disabilities throughout Northeast Indiana. For more information on the services of Pathfinder Services, Inc. please call their Plymouth office at (574) 936-5610 or visit www.pathfinderservices.org.