Partnership will assist people with disabilities in securing their financial freedom so they can live independent and inclusive lives while choosing for themselves how to live, learn, work, socialize, and play.
Each month a group of fathers meets at Essex County Brewing Co to discuss the challenges and the accomplishments that come from raising a child with autism. Read more in this article from the Boston Globe.
Painting shells isn’t just a hobby for Bryson, a young boy with autism, it’s a form of therapy. His beautiful creations are now available at parcels at the Liberty Tree Mall.
Kraft Family Supports Social Equity for People Of All Abilities With A $125,000 Challenge Grant To Northeast Arc’s First-Ever Capital Campaign
The Kraft Family has made a $125,000 gift to support Northeast Arc’s Campaign for Linking Lives.
To mark its 50th anniversary, EP Magazine is honoring 50 “Advocate Heroes” including Jo Ann Simons, President and CEO of Northeast Arc.
The Boston Business Journal has honored Cyndi Gavlick, Northeast Arc’s Chief Financial Officer, as one of the top CFOs in Massachusetts.
During a Boston Business Journal panel on the future of nonprofits, Jo Ann Simons highlighted the role of partnerships in helping Northeast Arc successfully navigate the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
We are asking community members to write a short essay (250 words or less) on their experiences living with, learning from, and loving someone with autism during a pandemic.
Northeast Arc President and CEO Jo Ann Simons spoke to NECN about the agency’s response to COVID-19, the pandemic’s impact on people with disabilities, and the groundbreaking new Center for Linking Lives.