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At Wabash Center, we make it our mission to optimize the quality of life for adults and children with disabilities and special needs.

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GRANT'S HOUSE "I'm Happy and I'm Alive." Celebration will continue to celebrate the life of Grant House and the mission of providing an after school and summer program for youth with special needs or diabilites. Join us in working together to build GRANT'S HOUSE!

Live Band - THE FLYING TOASTERS
Beer Garden
Dan's Fish Fry/Chicken Fry
Donor/ Live Auction

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Grant's House "I'm Happy and I'm Alive." 2017 Celebration

May 5, 2017, 6:00pm - May 5, 2017, 10:30pm

Tippecanoe County Fairgrounds

GRANT'S HOUSE "I'm Happy and I'm Alive." Celebration will continue to celebrate the life of Grant House and the mission of providing an after school and summer program for youth with special needs or ...

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Wabash Center is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a $10,000 grant from Duke Energy in support of the provision of free ALEC Autism training for first responders throughout the state of Indiana in partnership with West Lafayette Fire Chief Tim Heath. ALEC (Autism and Law Enforcement Education Coalition) training was started in Norfolk Massachusetts to help foster a deeper understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) among public safety and law enforcement personnel. Presenters of this training are First Responders with direct knowledge of ASD through a family member. Says Chief Heath, “As a parent of an autistic child and 32 year veteran of the fire service, it is my absolute pleasure to bring the ALEC program to Indiana. The ALEC program has trained over 40,000 firefighters, police officers and EMS personnel across the United States in the last 8 years. This training will now be available to responders in Indiana at no charge thanks to the support of Duke Energy and Wabash Center.” ... See MoreSee Less

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