NDAD active at Aging & Disability conference in Fargo

Posted: Oct 12 2017
NDAD active at Aging & Disability conference in Fargo
NDAD was an active exhibitor at the Northern Plains Conference on Aging and Disability.

The conference was held Oct. 11 and 12 at Delta by Marriott Conference Center in Fargo.

During the exhibit portion on Oct. 11, Kim Zeeb, NDAD's client services representative for the Fargo-Moorhead metro and southeast North Dakota, provided information and answered questions about NDAD's charitable nonprofit services for people with disabilities and health challenges.
NDAD's Kim Zeeb talks with visitors to the charitable nonprofit's exhibit table during October 2017's Northern Plains Conference on Aging and Disability in Fargo.

Other NDAD representatives attending the conference were Leslie Stastny, NDAD's chief program officer, and Lora Machart, NDAD's client services representative for Grand Forks, East Grand Forks and northeast North Dakota.

You're invited to contact any of NDAD's four North Dakota offices -- in Fargo, Grand Forks, Minot and Williston -- by phone or email, or drop by during business hours: http://ndad.org/contact/.

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