STATEHOUSE –House Speaker Brian C. Bosma (R-Indianapolis) authored House Concurrent Resolution 36 to honor the Indiana Association of Rehabilitation Facilities (INARF) for their 40 years of service to developmentally disabled Hoosiers.
Founded in 1974 as a volunteer organization, INARF is now an association representing providers of services to people with disabilities. The organization consists of members who serve over 60,000 Hoosiers annually. They provide their members with support in the areas of advocacy and public awareness; technical assistance and consultation; training and professional development; and marketing and public relations.
“It is an honor to be recognized by the Indiana House on our 40th anniversary,” said INARF President/CEO Kim Opsahl. “We have appreciated the House’s partnership over the years and look forward to continuing to serve Indiana.”
INARF members often play a lifelong role in the lives of those they serve through services that stretch across all facets of home, work and life. They have launched a number of programs that benefit communities by providing opportunities for employment and a better quality of life in their respective areas.
“I have personally worked with this organization for decades and have been constantly impressed by INARF’s service and dedication,” said Speaker Bosma. “The impact they have left over these past 40 years has truly been remarkable.”
More information about the Indiana Association of Rehabilitation Facilities can be found at www.inarf.org.