Northeast Arc’s leaders share the women who have inspired their work in disability services.
Northeast Arc employees share their recommendations for movies, TV shows, and books featuring individuals with disabilities.
February is Black History Month, a time to honor and celebrate the accomplishments of Black Americans. It is an also an important opportunity for self-reflection and education on issues relating to race and equity.
Northeast Arc is pleased to announce it has received a $10,000 grant from the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism. These funds will provide critical direct financial support to families with autism.
Easterseals Crossroads featured Northeast Arc's assistive technology lending library during a recent episode of the Assistive Technology Update podcast. Stacey Villani, division director, Family Services, at Northeast Arc, and Jeff Boucher, assistive technology...
North Shore philanthropists Julie Rainer Cummings of Swampscott, and Steven P. Rosenthal of Marblehead, have donated a combined $55,000 to Northeast Arc, allowing the agency to provide year-end recognition to hundreds of Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) who worked with individuals diagnosed with COVID-19.
The segment featured the story of Geraldine Neisterowich, a direct support professional at Northeast Arc, and her son Sam, a participant in Northeast Arc programs.
Jo Ann Simons, President and CEO of Northeast Arc, reviews the agency’s accomplishments in 2020.
The Northeast Arc, a not-for-profit organization that helps children and adults with disabilities become full participants in the community, announces the creation of The Center for Linking Lives at the Liberty Tree Mall in Danvers.