Support sought for adults with developmental disabilities

Everyday Connections is in the beginning stages of a Neighborhood Connections program.

This will assist individuals with developmental disabilities with home repairs and upkeep as well as personal items that will assist with health and quality of life that they may not be able obtain otherwise.

There will be an application process for approval of funding. The organization hopes to begin accepting applications by May. Until then, it’s raising funds and gathering resources.

For anyone interested in donating time or resources, a form is available by messaging Everyday Connections on Facebook at facebook.com/Everyday-Connections-2059339867620730 or stopping by The Magic of Books Bookstore, 113 W. Second St., Seymour.

To make a tax-deductible donation, contact Everyday Connections on Facebook or call 812-767-4934.

Jeremy Hendrix and Chrystal Henry of Paris Crossing started Everyday Connections to support, educate and integrate adults with developmental disabilities in Jackson and Jennings counties.