FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - The AWS Foundation in collaboration with The Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Aptera Inc, and a number of supporting organizations, announced the launch of a website designed to point people toward disability resources.
Indiana Disability Resource Finder allows users to connect with services in their community to better understand a disability and get more involved in their coommunity.
Whether you're a parent of a child who was recently diagnosed with a disability, or you recently moved to a new city, Finder, promises to guide users step by step.
Kelly Pence, the mother of two children diagnosed with Autism, said Finder is a, "game changer," and she would have relied heavily on a resource like this when her children were first diagnosed.
Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch was also in attendance at the Indianapolis unveiling and on video at Aptera Inc, Thursday morning.
To access Finder, or to learn more, visit the website here.
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