Mosaic (, a nonprofit, whole-person healthcare network headquartered in Omaha that serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in 13 states including Nebraska, has elected Dr. Adam Wells to serve a three-year term on its Mosaic Board of Directors.

Wells is a pulmonologist with Methodist Physicians Clinic Pulmonary Medicine Specialists and is the medical director for Nebraska Methodist College’s Respiratory Care Program.

“I have a son who has intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD),” said Wells. “As he’s grown older, his needs have increased. As we searched for support services, it became apparent how limited resources are for that population, even when someone in their family is ‘well-connected’ in the medical field or in the ‘right’ community or knows the ‘right’ people. I’m sure many families get extremely frustrated looking for support for their loved one with IDD and give up.”

The Mosaic Board of Directors hold in responsibility the trust and welfare of people who support and depend upon Mosaic. This includes those with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), their families, donors, and the Lutheran churches with which Mosaic holds an affiliation.

Mosaic is a whole-person healthcare organization reaching across 13 states in more than 700 communities and providing supports to nearly 4,900 people. Services empower people with disabilities, mental and behavioral health needs and autism, as well as aging adults, to live their best life. Mosaic is an affiliated social ministry organization of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and a member of Lutheran Services in America. Mosaic is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. For more information, visit