Who will be the winner of The Arc’s Achieve with us contest? That’s up to you.
On Wednesday, July 6th, the Brandt family from Springfield, Virginia joined The Arc and other families that would be affected by Medicaid cuts in a meeting with key staff at the White House.
Riding the metro to the White House today, I had no idea what Javi and I would be in store for.
The Arc has a strong history and deep roots in the prevention of intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), especially when it comes to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (or FASD).
It was an emotional morning as the Keatons from West Virginia, the O’Briens from Georgia, the Rodriguezes from Texas, and the Brandts from Virginia shared their personal stories with Phil Schiliro, ...
In 2010 The Arc conducted a national internet survey to capture the perspectives of people with intellectual and or developmental disabilities (I/DD) and their family caregivers.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, families from West Virginia, Texas, Georgia, and Virginia joined The Arc at a meeting with Phil Schiliro, Assistant to the President and Special Advisor, John Carson, Deputy ...
Having information that is specific to your state and/or Congressional district can be very helpful in educating and persuading your Members of Congress.
This week, when The Arc staff learned of Tracy Morgan’s comments in a recent comedy show in New York City, we knew we had to respond.