Adult Life Enrichment
One of the greatest challenges for families of adults with moderate to severe disabilities is finding a program that can meet the developmental, physical, and behavioral needs of their family member. While school-aged, individuals with special needs have access to a myriad of services which are often provided at no cost to their families. Once graduated, however, they find themselves in need of community-based programs which currently are largely unprepared to provide the intensity and range of services needed to continue the level of learning these young adults experienced while in school. The Arc helps answer the question “What happens when the school bus stops coming?” through our Adult Life Enrichment Program.
Save the date for our annual, COVID-friendly Roses & Races Gala. Join us on May 1 as we celebrate the accomplishments of remarkable people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their supports.
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We will resume both in person and virtual programming on Monday, 2/22. We also ask that all on-site participants and staff bring their own drinking water due to the city-wide water boil notice. We know this has been a tough week, and look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow! https://t.co/BF3Fu5QV55
Due to inclement weather conditions coupled with power/internet outages, The Basics of Special Education presented by Girasol Margain has been postponed. We will share the new time/date for this webinar via email and social media once it is confirmed. Stay safe and keep warm. https://t.co/MpPht4jumK