Maribeth Mooney (Indiana Institute on Disability and Community: IN UCEDD) to Receive the Outstanding Professional Achievement Award

October 12, 2009

Maribeth pictured with award
Maribeth pictured with award

The Indiana Institute's Maribeth Mooney, Research Associate with the Center on Aging and Community, received the Outstanding Professional Achievement Award at The Arc of Indiana's 2009 Conference and Appreciation Luncheon, held on Thursday, October 1, 2009 in Indianapolis.

The ARC's Outstanding Professional Achievement Award recognizes an administrative or executive level professional for their outstanding contribution to the lives of people with disabilities. The nominee must demonstrate career accomplishments that embrace The Arc's mission as well as visionary leadership that has resulted in significant improvement in integrated services for people with disabilities and their families. Congrats Maribeth!

About the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community

Founded in 1970, the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Indiana's University Center for Excellence on Disabilities, is committed to providing Hoosiers with disability-related information and services that touch the entire life span, from birth through older adulthood. The Institute's faculty and staff support this mission and activities through a shared set of values.

  • People with disabilities are full, participating and contributing members of their communities - in school, work, home, neighborhood, spiritual, and recreational settings.
  • People with disabilities exercise choice and control over their futures.
  • People with disabilities have dignity and are treated with respect.
  • People with disabilities and their families are involved in the design and implementation of services and supports.