Bethesda In Action

Read, watch and share the latest news about Bethesda’s work supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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In The Media

Experience of a lifetime

More than two dozen people supported by Bethesda in Indiana attended Winter Jam, a Christian rock concert, as it visited Fort Wayne. Staff and people supported served as ambassadors spreading the word about the upcoming Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.

Making an impact

Larry Bower of WBCL radio in Fort Wayne, Indiana, spoke with Jamie Peppler, Bethesda Regional Director, about Bethesda’s participation in Winter Jam as an early kickoff to Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.

Advocating for inclusion

The WANE 15 news team spent time with people Bethesda supports as they attended Winter Jam in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Bethesda got an early start to Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month at the concert.