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  • Friday, October 12th, 2018

    8th Annual Radiothon & Hoedown at Stereo Garden

     Dylan did an amazing job with his interview on My Country 96.1 

  • Monday, October 1st, 2018

    October 1, 2018 Serva Golf Outing

  • Saturday, September 22nd, 2018

    2018 White Post Farms

  • Sunday, September 16th, 2018

    Angela’s House 4th Annual Walk at the Holtsville Ecology Center

  • Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017

    Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Angela’s House

    Celebrate 25 Years

  • Thursday, April 7th, 2016

    Girls Scout Troop 85 helps Angela’s House

    Members of Girl Scout Troop 85 in the Elwood School District made Angela’s House the recipient of their Bronze Award efforts

  • Friday, February 13th, 2009

    Angela’s House Name Change

    What is in a new name? Our new identity into the future. We have taking out Association for Technology Dependent Children (ATDC) from our name.

    We felt it would be important to explain how we came to this decision. The term “Technology Dependent Children” was created over 20 years ago to medically describe and categorize children with special health care needs. This term was meant to simplify the difficult overall description of the hundreds and thousands of rare diseases, illness and accident-related medical conditions. At the time it was easier to use this term to help describe the children.
    When we first chose to use this term for the name of our non-profit agency, we felt it would become well recognized in the community. Unfortunately, the use of this term was reduced by both our federal and state governments. By the time our first Angela´s House opened in 2000, we saw how well received it was and we also saw that people in the community knew us more from Angela´s House than from ATDC. We decided at that point to use both names to describe ATDC for our home care services and Angela´s House for our home-away-from-home alternative for children. Over the past seven years, the term “Technology Dependent Children” was not used and Angela´s House became more familiar to people.

    The decision was made to change our name to Angela´s House. All of our services will remain the same. We will continue to support parents caring for their children at home and we will continue to offer out-of-home alternatives for children that can no longer live with their parents. We understand that we are still faced with the enormity of trying to explain to our community which children we work with. Our best description is to say we work with children with special health care needs that are medically fragile, chronically ill or living with a life threatening illness.