At left is Cindy Schmoll, Horizons director. At right is Dr. Shelba Branscum, chair of the Department of Human Environmental Studies and Horizons administrative supervisor.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo., May 4, 2015 — Horizons Enrichment Center at Southeast Missouri State University recently received the 2015 Award of Excellence from the Missouri Adult Day Services Association (MoADSA).
This agency represents more than 120 Adult Day Centers in Missouri. Horizons has been a member of the MoADSA since 2009. Each year, the Association presents the award to one adult day program for outstanding and innovative support and delivery of adult day services.
Horizons is a day program for adults with developmental and mental disabilities that is sponsored by the College of Health and Human Services through the Department of Human Environmental Studies.