Five Reasons to Join Us For a Tour

As of this evening, Disability Advocates of Kent County officially opened its new home to the public. Our ribbon-cutting ceremony invited the whole community out to celebrate the occasion.

We are so excited to continue welcoming people into the space. Here are five reasons you should schedule an individual tour today.

  1. Check Out the Home Accessibility Center

The Home Accessibility Center provides a world-class example of accessible design This space has a fully functioning kitchen and two bathrooms to demonstrate ways to modify one’s house. Check out the innovative resources available to you!

  • Learn About Upcoming Events

Each month, Disability Advocates hosts amazing community events. We are especially excited for Absolutely Accessible Kent on June 9, a workshop focused on architecture, universal design, and accessibility.

  • Discover Our Service

From helping young people find work to conducting accessibility reviews, Disability Advocates does important, varied work. If you or someone you know needs support, please visit us and find out how we can help.

  • Get Involved

Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, make an impact, and have fun. There are even health benefits associated with giving back. We could also use new people to participate in advocacy, help out at the front desk, or plan events.

  • Share Your Ideas

Feedback matters to us. We have a great opportunity to build our programs and reach new people. Let us know what you think! We want to grow and best serve the community.

If none of the reasons listed above have convinced you, our team knows how to have a good time! Join us for great conversation over good food and drinks.

Those who are interested in scheduling an individual tour or group open house should contact Annual Fund Manager Nathan Slauer at (616) 323-2208 or nathan.s@dakc.us. The tour will showcase the unique features of our office space and the Home Accessibility Center.

We look forward to meeting you soon!         

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