Noble of Indiana
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- HQ location:
- Indianapolis, IN
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Since 1953, Noble of Indiana has created opportunities for people with developmental disabilities to live meaningful lives. We provide early intervention therapies for babies and toddlers, and summer camps for school children. Our job services help adults join the workforce, increase their skills and become more independent. We support people in their home or apartment to live more independently, and help connect individuals to resources in the community. We also offer therapeutic art, recreation and music through our day services. Because autism is the fastest growing developmental disability, we are tailoring our services to meet their unique needs.
Families of people with disabilities need our support too, so we provide mentoring, respite and legislative advocacy. An affiliate of INARF and The Arc of Indiana, Noble is The Arc of Greater Indianapolis, championing the interests of people in Marion and Hamilton counties. Noble is also a United Way agency.
“I get a chance to work with adults with different disabilities, which helps me learn more about disabilities. ”
“I have the latitude to use my skills to improve the lives of others, help position Noble as a leader in this industry, and find personal fulfillment in my job.”
“I love what I do, the flexibility, atmosphere, supervisor, co-workers, location, mission and values.”
“They truly care about our mission and are guided by our values. ”
“Humble and straight forward.”