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News Archive for Jul 2019

news story - Jiry Rosecrans
Thursday, July 11, 2019

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.

news story - Pedro Gonzalez
Thursday, July 11, 2019

Pedro Gonzalez

“The NDAD is a great place that gives people help,” Pedro said. “I urge people if they need any help with anything, and if they feel like there’s no hope, or even any help that they can get, you can always call the NDAD. And they will try their hardest to help you in any way they can.”

news story - Jillian Schaible
Thursday, July 11, 2019

Jillian Schaible

NDAD’s transit help is “fantastic,” Jillian said. She hopes more people will be able to take advantage of NDAD paratransit assistance so they can come closer to “being in the community the way they want to be.”

news story - Blakeley Herron
Thursday, July 11, 2019

Blakeley Herron

Now that Matt and Leah Herron have moved to Omaha, Neb., after five years in Dickinson, the couple and their three children won’t need the type of medical travel assistance NDAD provided both Leah and their daughter, Blakeley, in their times of need. The impression NDAD left on the Herrons didn’t get left behind in North Dakota.

news story - Jenny Chavez
Thursday, July 11, 2019

Jenny Chavez

NDAD provided much-needed assistance to Jenny Chavez years ago to help widen the doorways in the Devils Lake mobile home she purchased and also to install an accessible shower.

news story - Anna Magnuson
Thursday, July 11, 2019

Anna Magnuson

NDAD and Anna Magnuson have been personally acquainted for at least several years. “I’m very thankful we have a place like (NDAD) in town,” said Anna, a lifelong resident of Grand Forks, home to NDAD’s main office. “I’ve received help and guidance in many different aspects and ways.“

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