The new developments will serve people with disabilities as well as adults of all abilities who are 55 and older.
By working with people with disabilities alongside their families, communities and employers, Bethesda aims to raise the percentage of individuals with disabilities in the workforce and make the case to employers for accommodating and hiring employees with disabilities.
Bethesda Lutheran Communities — an LCMS Recognized Service Organization — provides homes and other services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Ten scholarships totaling $30,000 are available for individuals who plan to enhance the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The month is an opportunity to support individuals with developmental disabilities, to spread awareness about the progress that has been made, and to reflect on what more can be done.
Bethesda Lutheran Communities expands beyond its beloved but outdated Watertown, Wis., campus to more than 300 locations, continuing to integrate people with developmental disabilities into their local communities.
This collection of resources focuses on the fact that God created us exactly as He planned. We offer them here for you, your congregation and the people you serve.
When Bethesda Lutheran Communities asked for help with cleanup, local LCMS congregations responded immediately.
Students with developmental disabilities receive Certificates of Applied Learning May 14 in Mequon, Wis.
Laborers For Christ is assisting Bethesda Lutheran Communities with upkeep and maintenance on 188 of Bethesda’s 300 program sites in 14 states.
LCMS congregations may become engaged and offered volunteer opportunities in the new venture of Laborers For Christ and Bethesda Lutheran Communities.
Bethesda College of Applied Learning is the new program of Concordia University Wisconsin and Bethesda Lutheran Communities.