Thanks to Spring Dell sponsor Howard W. Phillips Insurance CEO Edward Bonifant, Spring Dell Center was able to participate in A Race for A Cure. Take a look at the impact made to the community, Spring Dell’s programs and those who attended.
Cheers to 50 Years! Throughout 2017 Spring Dell Center has celebrated 50 years of supporting people with disabilities, and the program’s successes linking participants to the community as well as opportunities for employment. Each month we have remembered moments of the past during a special event or activity. My, how far we have come. Since […]
Since 1967, Spring Dell Center has supported people with disabilities throughout Charles County, Maryland advocating for those with more specialized and intensive needs as well as those seeking employment. Today, the organization’s programs have expanded to support over 200 people. Some of these efforts include job placement, housing, and training to develop skills needed to […]
Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) are vital to the life experiences of many people with disabilities in Maryland. From employment support to community living assistance, DSPs are many times the key difference between community participation and isolation for those with disabilities. The Maryland Department of Disabilities (MDOD) and the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) join others throughout the United States […]
In celebration of the 27th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Maryland Department of Disabilities has hosted a traveling disAbility History Tour throughout Maryland. The Americans with Disabilities History Tour Reception will take place at the Charles County Public Library P.D. Brown Memorial Location in Waldorf, MD on August 15, 2017 and cover […]