Employer Roundtable Oct. 24

As part of Carey Services’ participation in National Disability Employment Awareness Month, the agency will host an employer roundtable at 10 a.m. Oct. 24 for a time of discussion and to recognize area employers who have supported employing people with disabilities. National Disability Employment Awareness Month is observed every October....

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October Disability Employment Awareness Month

Carey Services will be one of numerous organizations that will participate in National Disability Employment Awareness Month, an annual awareness campaign that takes place each October. The purpose of National Disability Employment Awareness Month is to educate about disability employment issues and celebrate the many and varied contributions of America’s...

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Library Hosting Creative Hearts Art Exhibit

As part of National Disability Awareness Month, an exhibit of artwork from the Creative Hearts Art Studio has opened at Marion Public Library. The exhibit, which opened March 13 and will be on display through the end of the month, showcases more than 30 art pieces produced by artists who...

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February is National Disability Awareness Month

Carey Services is joining with other disability advocates around the country to observe National Disability Awareness Month in March. In Indiana, more than 19 percent of the state’s population are children and adults with disabilities. The goal of the month-long observance, which has been occurring for more than 70 years, is...

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A Night at Carey Tickets Available

Tickets are on sale for “A Night at Carey,” a special night of dinner and dancing to recognize local people who have strongly supported community inclusion for people with disabilities. Early bird ticket pricing is $70 a person/$560 for a table of eight until March 15. After March 15, tickets will...

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2016 Indiana Disability Poll Available

The 2016 Indiana Disability Poll is now available online. The poll is one way people can provide input to state officials on how to improve the Indiana disability plan. The online survey has six categories for someone to provide responses: A person with a disability A parent, family member or...

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