Northeast Arc is pleased to announce that its Autism Support Center has received a $10,000 grant from the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism.
Northeast Arc donated 10 iPads through its Touch to Talk Goes to School program
The Hub Today stopped by Northeast Arc’s store at the Liberty Tree Mall to check out the collection of products made by, or sold through companies owned by, people with disabilities or autism.
Northeast Arc has elected Carolina Trujillo of Lynn, Dr. Dan Randall of Salem, and Mariela Fermin of New York City to its Board of Directors.
Northeast Arc is accepting applications for The Arc Tank 4.0, a competition that seeks to fund innovative ideas that enhance the lives of people with intellectual disabilities and autism. Individuals, non-profit and for-profit organizations, and groups are eligible to apply.
If participants couldn’t come to him, Casey Marques didn’t hesitate with a solution — he would go to them.
Spotlight provides a safe and encouraging environment where a sense of belonging is cultivated, differences are celebrated and tolerance is valued. The team creates strong, intrinsic motivation by incorporating participants’ interests into group activities.
In her role, Susan Ring Brown will be responsible for managing and executing all grant proposal processes for foundation and corporate requests for the most well-known provider of comprehensive disability services in Massachusetts.
Meet the mother and daughter who are having an impact on the lives of people with disabilities through their work in Northeast Arc’s residential homes.
Northeast Arc is in the process of developing a support group for Cambodian families, in collaboration with the Cambodian Mutual Assistant Association (CMAA). The group is being led by Sreya Shepard, who has been connected to Northeast Arc for many years.