By: David Seigler, Executive Director New Year… New beginnings, a new day to look towards a new future – look far enough and you can see the New Horizon.  With the new year, many people plan big changes – a fresh start.  At NHDEC, we are not much different.  We are putting together some new programs intended to help people with disabilities make an impact on the world around us.  From our sports and fitness programs, to our computer lab, we are implementing changes to better serve YOU.  We are very excited about our newest class – Arizona Education and
January 6, 2019

What Does NHDEC Mean to Me?

We asked our employees to tell us what NHDEC means to them, here  are the top responses: Jessi  Elbert, Transportation “We provide  blessings, a light for people in a dark place, and help when all seems lost.”    Pete Rivenburg, Office & Facility Manager “NHDEC  means a family style connection to the broader  community. We are dedicated to the cause, often dealing with people  whom are not at their best, due to their disability. From our drivers to our program  operators, our purpose  is to help fellow citizens navigate the  hurdles and pitfalls of life, with grace and Zen-like calmness.
By:  Cindy Bradshaw, Office Assistant Have you, or a loved one, ever found yourself in need of a wheelchair, walker, or other type of medical equipment only to find out your insurance doesn’t cover the cost, or you are unable to afford it, making it unaffordable?  There is another option… to borrow equipment from New Horizons Disability Empowerment Center’s Durable Medical Equipment Loan Closet. The Durable Medical Equipment Loan Closet inventory alters according to donations given and, at any one time, offers a varied assortment of medical equipment, such as wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, shower chairs, and more. Over the past
December 18, 2018

2018 Wreaths Across America

Our partners, American Legion Post 140, participated in the 2018 Wreaths Across America on Saturday December 15th, 2018. The attendance was the best they have ever seen with over 400 people showing up to “remember the fallen, honor those who served and their families and to teach our younger generations about the  costs of our freedom.” Attached is a link to the Facebook Page where pictures were posted of the event.  Thank you to our veterans for your participation! Wreaths Across America CVMA  32-3 Granite Mountain  Chapter
Thank you to all who attended our Holiday Meet & Greet this year. We had  a wonderful  time visiting with  friends, and making new acquaintances. May your holiday season be filled with blessings.  [Show thumbnails]