INARF membership offers many great values, one of which is access to a range of exceptional associate members and industry allies offering products and services for the provider community. Below are two opportunities available to INARF members:
Barb Young serves as Vice-President Finance/CFO and has spent twenty-one years with INARF. Prior to joining the Association, Barb spent five years with L.S. Ayres in corporate reporting and one year as a public accountant.
As the legislature heads towards its final days, now believed to be next Friday, the push to get lingering issues into the budget or placed in other bills in conference committee is at its peak.
Tee up for the First Chance Center's 16th annual golf outing on July 10th at the French Lick Springs Country Club. Visit www.firstchancecenter.com for additional information.
Steven Rader was recognized as Volunteer of the Year by Habitat for Humanity. Mr. Rader receives supports from Sycamore Services and Unity of Indiana.
INARF members provide a variety of creative solutions and supports to the persons they serve - persons of all ages and experiences. In October of 2012, Clelia Ginay, a 91-year-old World War II Navy nurse, began working with Pam White, Assistive Technology Instructor with JobSource, the community employment division of Opportunity Enterprises. Having lost her vision to macular degeneration, Ginay was anxious to try to get back some of the abilities her loss of vision had taken from her. Learning something brand new at 91 years of age was not easy, but Ginay had already been through a lot in her life, and she was prepared to meet this newest challenge head-on.