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L.A.D.A.'s mission: is to impact the community by helping our disabled adult students gain continued knowledge, skills, and confidence by participating in an environment that appreciates them for their unique abilities, gifts, obstacles, and personalities.  It is our mission to empower our students to achieve their personal goals and overcome obstacles that prevent them from making positive connections and impacts on the community around them.

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L.I.F.E. Adult Day Academy is a non-profit organization dedicated to making real, meaningful differences in our community. Our work is driven by a core group of idealistic individuals who realize the power to effect change comes from their tireless efforts.

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L.A.D.A. Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response:

Effective Monday, March 16, L.A.D.A. all students and staff entering our building will have their temperature taken. All visitors are asked to refrain from coming to the school until further notice. Please call the school to schedule any individual meetings that need to be had. Based on guidelines from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) we are implementing this immediately. We will be looking for fever and any signs of respiratory related illnesses. All staff and students to L.A.D.A. will be asked screening questions and may be denied entry based on their answers.

If your student is sick or exhibiting signs of illness please keep them home. If during any of our screening procedures we feel the student should not be in attendance, we will be calling you to come and pick them up promptly.

L.A.D.A. Instructors will be deep cleaning classroom space as well as common areas after each school day once students have been dismissed. In between class periods Instructors will disinfect materials utilized by students the previous period.

L.A.D.A. overall has increased the frequency of handwashing school wide for student as well as instructors and volunteers. ALL whom enter L.A.D.A. will be asked to wash/sanitize their hands. We have hand sanitizing stations set up throughout the building. Class spaces have been altered to help in distancing each student from another.

L.A.D.A. transportation will be disinfected at the end of each route. Students will be given hand sanitizer upon entering the vehicle to disinfect hands.

All C.H.I.O. services have been postponed until at the earliest April 13.

L.A.D.A. “Sock Hop” Event scheduled for April 9 will be postponed until further notice.

The Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services has posted guidance for families and self-advocates, as well as service providers, case managers, and visitors on the BDDS website at

Please contact Lloyd Jones Executive Director with any questions or concerns at 260.436.5232

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