Organization Details
ILADD, Inc.
ILADD, Inc.

ILADD, Inc. was formed in 2019 to provide housing, enrichment/educational programs, and social options that enable adults with developmental or intellectual disabilities (IDD) to live in homes of their own and enjoy fulfilling and meaningful lives in their communities. We envision inclusive communities and inspired programs that foster interdependent living, personal enrichment, and lifelong friendships. Our initial project, Crossbridge Point, will be a neurodiverse neighborhood of small homes in the Whitestown, IN area that embody home, choice, and security for adults with IDD. In Indiana, there are more than 45,000 adult residents with IDD, far more than there are safe, affordable, supportive residential options designed to accommodate their needs and wants through the lifespan.

1393 West Oak Street Zionsville, IN
ILADD, Inc. Opportunities
Funding needed for programming expansions, clubs, education and community activities

9/29/22 +
Flexible

ILADD is in need of funding to support our programs, clubs, education and community activities that foster interdependant living, personal enrichment, and lifelong friendships.

ILADD Book Club Facilitator

10/10/22 +
6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.

The ILADD Book Club Facilitator will meet with a small group of adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities on a weekly or biweekly basis to facilitate group social interaction, reading and discussion of the story being read.

Volunteer
ILADD Game Nights

10/13/22 +
6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.

ILADD Game Nights are social opportunities for adults with IDD to participate in card and board games in a fun and relaxed setting. Isolation and lack of friendships are two of the factors most often reported as significantly impacting the quality of life for adults with IDD. ILADD works to provide social connections and opportunities for self-advocates to interact with peers, build relationships and friendships, and participate in their community. During Game Nights volunteers will encourage participation, facilitate socialization among self-advocates, teach new games or activities and monitor self-advocates interactions. Games include a variety of card and board games. Common games played at Game Nights are Uno, Jenga, BINGO, and many more.

Volunteer