AHDC

AcronymDefinition
AHDCAiming High for Disabled Children (UK; est. 2007; Department for Children, Schools and Families)
AHDCAffordable Housing Development Company (various locations)
AHDCAdult Day Health Care
AHDCAllegheny Heritage Development Corporation
AHDCAd Hoc Disciplinary Committee (UN)
AHDCAnimal Health & Diagnostic Commission (Pennsylvania)
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In March 2007, AHDC submitted a successful application for $10 million in low-income housing tax credits.
Disabled children and young people have told us they want to take part in more positive activities with friends, so AHDC has funded new short-break activities throughout the year and more things to do and more places to go over the summer.
The Walk-a-Thon came to the attention of the AHDC through the internship program with the Supply Corps Officer Diversity Office and FedEx.
AHDC was formed to participate in the enormous task of regenerating areas of deprivation in England's cities.
AHDC will only be selling the properties locally, to people who can show they will not be looking for a quick resale or for buy-to-let.
Improving services for disabled children, young people and their families is vital, and Aiming High for Disabled Children (AHDC) is seen as an important vehicle to enrich the facilities currently available and develop new activities, ways of thinking about inclusion and services for the future.
Award-winning company Affordable Housing Development Company (AHDC) transformed every three and four bedroom property on Tancred Road near Liverpool FC's ground thanks to a unique private investment partnership with Liverpool council and Arena Housing.
A newly released test for Lyme disease in horses and dogs--developed by researchers at the Animal Health Diagnostic Center (AHDC) at Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine--will hopefully improve our understanding of the disease and pinpoint time of infection, opening possibilities for earlier intervention and more effective treatment plans.
The project is spearheaded by the AffordableHousing Development Corporation (AHDC), which won the contract from social landlords Arena Housing, and Liverpool council.
Critically, AHDC will only be selling the properties locally to people who can show they are moving into the area to stay and are not looking to make cash k on a quick resale.