HDC | To succeed. To achieve. To grow. To be happy.

Thanks to the Easter Egg Scramble Sponsors

A huge thanks to all the wonderful sponsors of the 2018 Easter Egg Scramble 5K Run/Walk, Kids’ Bunny Hop, and Easter Egg Hunt.  It was a fantastic family event.  We so appreciate all of your support of this event and of people with disabilities in this community.  Thank you! Southeast National Bank, Walmart, McLaughlin Motors, Genesis Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine, Modern Woodmen, Isabel Bloom Platinum Level Sponsors:  Barron Equipment Co.,  Competitive Edge Athletics, The Traveler Beer Co., Victory Store, Pepsi, Safety Runner, The Gentry Shop, Rudy’s Tacos, TPC Cash & Carry, Coors Light, Group O, Performance Foodservice Gold Level Sponsors:  Radon Solutions, Running Wild, KWQC News 6, Edward Jones, Big Dog Construction, Koestner, McGivern & Associates, Picky Bars Silver Level Sponsors:  Maggie’s Homes, Twin Cities Runner, Katie Sommers RE/MAX Bronze Level Sponsors:  Jim’s Painting Service, Davenport Assumption Track & Field, Fleet Feet Sports, Dittmer’s Service Inc....
Change is good

Change is good

Someone once said, “If you don’t move forward, sooner or later, you begin to move backward.” HDC will soon be undertaking several initiatives, in part, to move forward. However, the primary objective of each initiative is to create opportunities for people to succeed, to achieve, to grow, and to be happy. GROUP HOME TRANSITION Currently under the direction of the Community Residential Services program, HDC operates three group homes throughout Davenport. Up to eight individuals live in each of the three homes, and they are provided with support from staff for all areas of daily living. Over the years, the needs of individuals living in the group homes have changed. More people are experiencing medical conditions and other issues that require additional attention. To ensure those needs are addressed in the most efficient and effective manner, the group homes and the individuals who live there will soon be under the direction of the Residential Center. With medical personnel and supervisory staff on duty 24/7 at the Residential Center, someone will always be readily available when health concerns arise, as they so often do now.  The transition will take place gradually, with the first home making the shift in May. All three homes will be transitioned by September. Details are currently being finalized in order to make the transition as smooth as possible. For people who reside in the group homes, they will see very little change, but the transition will allow for all facility-based residential programs to operate under one umbrella. HDC ENTERPRISES HDC has a long history of providing a sheltered work environment for people with developmental disabilities....
A ready and willing workforce

A ready and willing workforce

Just a reminder that we do have a ready and willing workforce!  We do work for many companies in the area and some new businesses we are partnering with are:  Wesco Aircraft, Lynco, Kauffman Engineering, and Uni-parts Olsen. Find out how our quality workforce can meet your business needs by contacting Salesmanager Amy Cook at 563-391-4834 or...