Two Conway Human Development Center has two employees who have recently completed more than 20 years of service at the CHDC.

Chris Hutto has completed 23 years of service, while Andrea Ennis has completed 28 years of service.

Hutto began employment with the CHDC in 1994 as a warehouse worker.

He advanced to a purchasing agent and currently serves as a buyer for the facility.

Hutto and his wife Leah reside in Damascus.

Ennis began employment in 1989 as a life skills trainer.

She currently serves as an Orthotist Aide in the PTO Shop in Medical Services.

Ennis and her husband Darryl reside in Woosteer.

They have six children and eleven grandchildren.

The CHDC is one of Arkansas’ five state-managed residential training facilities for people with intellectual disabilities.

It is located on a 409.25-acre site in the city of Conway.

CHDC’s licensed residential capacity is 518 individuals with a functional capacity of approximately 480 individuals.

The Arkansas Office of Long Term Care as an Intermediate Care Facility/Serving Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ICF/IID) licenses the CHDC.

CHDC has been nationally accredited since 1986 and accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) since 1998.