Didlake recently completed work on a contract for the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD), converting the Department’s Division of Credit Assurance microfiche records to digital PDFs and creates opportunities for people with disabilities in the process.
Through its Employment Services program, Didlake connects individuals with disabilities who want to work with businesses that are hiring. With the support of Didlake’s employment specialists, more than 900 people with disabilities currently work in community jobs throughout the Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Md. and Hampton Roads, Va. metropolitan areas. The employment journey of one such […]
Led by the American Society of Quality (ASQ) and ASQExcellence (ASQE) each November, World Quality Month is a celebration of the vital role quality professionals have in achieving excellence through quality and the positive impact quality has made in organizations and communities around the world.
Didlake Vice President of Advocacy and Public Policy Rachel Payne was recently accepted into Lead Virginia, a statewide leadership program that brings together senior leaders from across the commonwealth to discuss emerging trends and embrace shared responsibility for advancing Virginia’s future.
Throughout October, Didlake will join the nation in commemorating the 75th annual National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). For Didlake, it’s always about increasing access and opportunity. NDEAM is every day. See how landmark legislations over the years has opened doors for people with disabilities with federal contracts and how you can increase opportunities in the workplace too!
This year September 13-19 is National Direct Support Professional Recognition Week. Direct Support Professionals, or DSPs, are people who work as direct care workers, in-home support workers, personal assistants, or attendants that work directly with people with disabilities. These talented and skilled individuals play an integral role in our mission. They build meaningful relationships, provide opportunities […]
April 2020 represents an excellent opportunity to educate others about autism and issues within the autism community and encourage awareness, understanding, and acceptance. Find ways to celebrate World Autism Awareness Day and Nation Autism Awareness Month.
Today, April 1, is National Census Day, and while the census may not be top of mind right now, we don’t want to lose sight of something as important as this. The 2020 Census is underway and response dates are adjusted due to the Coronavirus outbreak. These adjustments have been made to protect both Census Bureau employees and the general public.
On January 22, 2020, the Prince William Chamber of Commerce announced the nominees for their annual business awards. Didlake Inc., a leading non-profit rehabilitation services provider for people with disabilities, was nominated for two business awards, the Prince William Innovative Practice or Partnership of the Year and the Agnes L. Colgan Community Service Award in the category of health and human services.
Didlake Board Chairwoman, Pamela N. Moody, Ed.D has been awarded Woman of the Year for the Greater Manassas Christmas Parade and was part of the city’s Christmas Parade this past Saturday. The parade, which entered its 74th year with the theme of Christmas Stories, features floats and performances from Manassas businesses and schools. “I am […]