The Arc promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetime.
SERVING PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES ACHIEVE WITH US
Education & Training
Our special education trainings offer families and professionals the tools needed to help a child with special needs achieve the right services in school. These include:
* Special Education 101
* Other Education Trainings
These programs are for children and adults with intellectual and related developmental disabilities and their peers. Programs range from regularly occuring, single day events to weekend respite, vacations and week-long Summer camps and vacations
Acute Care means medical services. Examples of acute care include physican visits, short term hospital stays, and urgent care.
For more inforrmation about changes in managed care for individuals with intellectual disabilities who receive waiver program services....
RESEARCHERS SEEKING PARTICIPANTS WHO HAVE AN AUTISM DIAGNOSIS
Are YOU an Adult With Aspergers Autism PDD-NOS? Do you ever wish research on the autism spectrum reflected YOUR attitudes, experiences, and opinions? You are invited to participate in an online research study about the experiences and attitudes of individuals on the autism spectrum. Little is known about how adults on the autism spectrum think about themselves or their experiences... more information
IMPORTANT OPPORTUNITY TO ASK QUESTIONS & GIVE FEEDBACK ABOUT THE RECENT CHANGE TO STAR PLUS FOR THOSE ON IDD WAIVERS
October 9, 2014 9 am — 12:00 pm
The Center Foundation
3550 West Dallas St. Houston, TX 77019 HHSC is gathering feedback from people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), their family members, advocates, and providers of acute care and long-term services and supports regarding the transition to STAR+PLUS for people with IDD needing acute care services. HHSC will ask for public comment and will collect information and ideas that may affect future managed care initiatives....more information
RESOURCES AND INFORMATION
One of our primary goals is to provide families and professionals with information than can be easily accessed and used independently at any time. To help achieve this we have a resource webpage with links to local, state and national organizations serving the needs of people with intellectual and related developmental disabilities (more information).