The Arc provides programming to persons with intellectual disabilities, developmental disabilities, and Autism. Our practice of person-centered planning actively supports full inclusion and participation in the community throughout the lifetimes of those we serve. By actively supporting inclusion, community engagement, character development, and personal growth, we are changing public attitudes and fostering respect, access, and inclusion. Since 1953, The Arc has offered an array of community services, focusing its efforts on ensuring the rights of persons with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) by supporting their families and helping each person reach his or her personal best. People from all walks of life participate: from youth to aging adults. The Arc’s programs make an impact across the lifespan — from progressive Residential Habilitation Services with medical support to our cutting-edge Discovery and Customized Employment services.
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