Medina Creative Housing has opened a new facility to help people with disabilities learn skills that will enable them to live more independently. Creative Housing’s staff, volunteers and people benefiting from the life-skills program gathered Tuesday at the new Life Skills Training Lodge, 5200 Lake Road, Lafayette Township, for a ribbon-cutting ceremony. “This lodge is…Details
Medina Creative Housing CEO receives Two Prestigious Awards Dianne DePasquale-Hagerty, CEO of Medina Creative Housing has been the recipient of two prestigious awards this past week. She received the Women in Law Making a Difference Award as well as being named to the Smart Business Class of 2014 Power Players. Click HERE to read the full…Details
Giving Thanks Challenge Issued for Donating to Local Nonprofits Local nonprofits affected by funding cuts are banding together with the Medina County Community Fund to help raise money lost and keep programming intact. On Saturday, the Medina County Community Fund launched the Giving Thanks challenge, asking local leaders, officials and community members to donate money…Details
Old-fashioned fun at 30th annual Pioneer Festival Members of Medina Creative Therapy Ranch provided horse-drawn carriage rides in an effort to raise funds for their creative riding programming for children and adults with disabilities. The program leases land on Lake Road from the Medina County Park District, and the program slowly is growing since it…Details
Making a House a Home: Medina Creative Housing dedicates its newest residence for adults with disabilities A new Medina Creative Housing (MCH) acquisition of a triplex on Lafayette Rd has provided three new housing opportunities for citizens of Medina County with disabilities. The triplex was recently purchased and renovated by MCH, which works to provide…Details
Dianne DePasquale-Hagerty Named a Woman of Note
Medina Creative Housing CEO Dianne DePasquale-Hagerty was named one of Crain’s Cleveland Business’s Women of Note for 2014 for her work on behalf on individuals with disabilities and the continued growth of Medina Creative Housing and its affiliates under her direction.
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Medina Creative Housing Annual Independence Walk The sun was shining, the temperature was just cool enough to be comfortable, and the crowd was more than enthusiastic as the 5th Annual Medina Creative Housing Independence Walk and Celebration got under way July 3. The much anticipated event, “Shooting for the Stars,” combined the Independence Walk with…Details
Get a Jump Start on Fourth of July Fun on July 3 in Medina Also on July 3, Medina Creative Housing will host its fifth annual Independence Walk, starting at 6 p.m. at 1120 N. Huntington St., the site of two of the agency’s homes for residents with physical challenges. Walkers – and their dogs…Details
Building Stronger Communities: Medina Creative Housing In her former life, she was an attorney, serving as Lakewood Hospital’s legal counsel for 11 years. Then a string of life-changing events put Dianne DePasquale-Hagerty on the path to becoming CEO of Medina Creative Housing. The first was the birth of her son… The second event was an…Details
DePasquale-Hagerty Honored for Helping Those with Disabilities
Dianne DePasquale-Hagerty, executive director of Medina Creative Housing, is being honored at the Milestones 12th annual Autism Spectrum Disorder Conference in June for her dedication to create opportunities for people with developmental disabilities.
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