That all individuals are endowed with the same fundamental rights and needs, are entitled to opportunities promoting the fulfillment of those rights and needs, should be allowed to continue developing throughout their lives, and should have the opportunity to become contributing members of their community.
The Handicapped Development Center is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to plan, establish and operate programs which provide opportunities and assistance to persons with disabilities in and around Scott County, Iowa.
Martin Luther King Day – Monday, January 18
Good Friday – Friday, March 25 (1/2 day – 11:30 dismissal)
Memorial Day – Monday, May 30
Independence Day –Monday, July 4
Labor Day – Monday, September 5
Thanksgiving Day – Thursday, November 24
Thanksgiving Holiday – Friday, November 25
Christmas Holiday – Monday, December 26
New Year’s Holiday – Monday, Friday, January 2, 2017
On the following dates, staff will be involved in training and participants in Employment Services and Personal Independence Services do not come to the Center.
Tuesday, January 12
Tuesday, February 9
Tuesday, March 8
Tuesday, April 12
Tuesday, May 10
Tuesday, June 14
Tuesday, July 12
Tuesday, August 9
Tuesday, September 13
Tuesday, October 11
Tuesday, November 8
Tuesday, December 6
For parents and any other interested persons:
Thursday, February 25 – 12:00 Noon (Also February Booster Meeting)
Thursday, June 23 – 12:00 Noon
Thursday, October 27 – 12:00 Noon (Also October Booster Meeting)
You are encouraged to become a member of the HDC Boosters. The Boosters meet on the 3rd Tuesday of the month in September, November, January, March and April at 1:00 pm. The February, June, and October meetings are in conjunction with the noon Parent/Interested Persons Luncheon and the meeting in May is the annual dinner meeting which is typically held in the evening.
NOTICES are sent home every Friday with HDC participants who live at home to keep families informed of future meetings.
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By being consumers, employees, taxpayers, and neighbors, HDC participants achieve a sense of belonging. From the work they do, they experience pride and satisfaction for doing a job well and being rewarded by a paycheck. By living in the community, they learn what it's like to pay bills and how to be a responsible citizen and a good neighbor.