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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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Nominate NDAD by Feb. 4 in Gate City Bank's Giving Hearts Day giveaway
January 28, 2020

Nominate NDAD by Feb. 4 in Gate City Bank's Giving Hearts Day giveaway

Your nomination for the North Dakota Association for the Disabled (NDAD) may help it win a $2,500 Giving Hearts Day 2020 donation from Gate City Bank, which is giving away a total of $75,000 - 30 gifts of $2,500. ...

NDAD's new assistance program for autism spectrum individuals focus of Prairie Public interview
January 23, 2020

NDAD's new assistance program for autism spectrum individuals focus of Prairie Public interview

Prairie Public Radio's "Main Street" program featured an interview segment - available for listening online - about NDAD's new ASAP Jan. 22 ...

NDAD program debuts for autism-related service gaps
January 10, 2020

NDAD program debuts for autism-related service gaps

NDAD has launched a program to help families cope with service gaps for children and adults with autism spectrum disorder. ...

Jiry Rosecrans
Jiry Rosecrans, of rural Edmore, N.D., needs to receive infusions in Fargo every two weeks to treat a rare brain tumor that was diagnosed several years ago. That translates into more than five hours of road trip every two weeks for Jiry, about to turn 13, with mom Bridget driving and usually her two younger siblings, Jace, 3, and Janee, 1, along, ...
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Community Fundraiser:Tonya Peterson
Community Fundraiser: Tonya Peterson
A benefit was held Saturday (Nov. 23) at the Langdon (N.D.) Eagles Club to help Tonya (Arens) Peterson, a married Langdon mom of two children, who has stage IV, non-curable lung cancer. The fund for Tonya remains open. All proceeds will go to help Peterson, a non-smoker, with medical and general expenses. Click the link below to learn about this benefit, and also about NDAD's Community Fundraisers Program and how it may be able to assist someone you know.
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