Pathfinder Services President Celebrates Disability Awareness Month Reading to Children from Kids Kampus


 Pathfinder Services President John Niederman celebrated Disability Awareness Month by reading to the three, four and five year old children at Pathfinder Kids Kampus on Thursday, March 8th. Niederman read several books which helped celebrate this year’s theme of Disability Awareness Month which is to “Celebrate Community”. Niederman read to the children and made reference to the importance of including each child and adult in the community regardless of their ability.

Throughout the month of March various organizations like Pathfinder Services will be participating in similar activities nationwide. This year the State of Indiana’s theme of “Celebrating Community” focuses on igniting community spirit and getting involved. Disability Awareness Month is a time to educate the community and to recognize that people with disabilities should be treated like everyone else.

Pathfinder Services is a Comprehensive Human and Community Development not for profit organization serving Huntington County since 1966. Pathfinder Services serves over 3,000 individuals with and without disabilities throughout Northeast Indiana and has office locations in Huntington, Allen, Marshall, Wabash and Whitley counties. For more information on Pathfinder Services please call their Huntington office at (260) 356-0500 or visit

Pathfinder Kids Kampus, Huntington, offers early intervention services along with child care, Early Head Start and preschool services for children from infancy to age 12. Pathfinder Kids Kampus is a Paths to QUALITY Provider and is the only licensed child care center in Huntington County. Pathfinder Kids Kampus can be found on the web at and is a division of Pathfinder Services, a not-for-profit human and community development agency based in Huntington and serving Northeast Indiana.