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Welcome to NDAD.org

The mission of NDAD is to enhance the quality of lives of individuals facing health challenges.
Charitable nonprofit NDAD -- the North Dakota Association for the Disabled -- was founded more than 40 years ago by concerned citizens for the purpose of assisting people with disabilities and health challenges in the state of North Dakota, many of whom were ineligible for services from other agencies. NDAD's reach also includes border communities in surrounding states.

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Blizzard conditions prompt NDAD Grand Forks office to close
December 06, 2016

Blizzard conditions prompt NDAD Grand Forks office to close

NDAD's Grand Forks office is closed today (Tuesday, Dec. 6) because of the blizzard. Regular office hours are expected to resume Wednesday. ...

NDAD represented at Minot's recent Independent Living Fair
November 22, 2016

NDAD represented at Minot's recent Independent Living Fair

Thanks to all who attended the recent Independent Living Fair in Minot and stopped by NDAD's display to pick up information and chat with Marsha Dupré, Minot-based client services representative. ...

NDAD CEO Don Santer (right) receives a grant for NDAD's HELP program from Kevin Dvorak, president and CEO of the North Dakota Community Foundation.
November 22, 2016

NDAD awarded grant from N.D. Community Foundation

NDAD, with much gratitude, thanks the North Dakota Community Foundation for its generous grant award to assist NDAD's Healthcare Equipment Loan Program (HELP).   ...

Dean Knutson
Dean Knutson performs volunteer respite care visits in East Grand Forks, Minn., on behalf of Lutheran Social Services of Minnesota. The Grand Forks resident likes the fit, for several reasons. “I’ve been told I can talk,” he said, smiling. He says he’s a good listener, too – a key component of respite service. Knutson ...
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Community Fundraiser:Amelia Hulst
Community Fundraiser: Amelia Hulst
Thanks to all who attended Thursday's (Dec. 8) Pizza Ranch Community Impact Fundraiser for Amelia Hulst of Grand Forks. Amelia, 50, a mother of six, is a former Circle of Friends Humane Society worker who has stage 4 breast cancer. Couldn't make Thursday's fundraiser? You still can donate online here at NDAD.org, or mail a donation. Click the "view all fundraisers" link below, then click the link for the Amelia Hulst page.
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