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By The Arc Maryland
A roster of passionate new Board members was recently elected and sworn in to serve on the Board of Directors of The Arc Maryland, the state’s largest-not-for profit statewide advocacy organization dedicated to the rights of persons with intellectual...

By All About Developmental Disabilities
All About Developmental Disabilities (AADD) today announced that Atlanta health care attorney Charlotte Combre, a partner in the Atlanta office of McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP, has joined its board of directors.

By All About Developmental Disabilities
All About Developmental Disabilities (AADD) today announced Michael Stinson has been named as the new manager of recreation and wellness. Stinson will be responsible for all of the organization’s recreational and physical activities.

By Extraordinary Ventures, Inc.
The third annual EV Spectrum Skills Camp is starting on Monday with almost fifty percent more campers than in 2013.

By All About Developmental Disabilities
All About Developmental Disabilities (AADD), Georgia’s preeminent provider of support services for families living with developmental disabilities, has added four new members to its Board of Directors.

By Northeast Delta Human Services Authority
Northeast Delta Human Services Authority (Northeast Delta HSA) and the Tensas Community Health Center announced today the creation of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to collaboratively serve citizens in Tensas Parish.

By The Arc Maryland, Inc.
The state’s largest-not-for profit statewide grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities hosted winning schools in the “Together We’re Better Celebrating Diversity” media...

By SpecialNeedsWare, Boston Children's Hospital
Special education tech start-up SpecialNeedsWare partners with Harvard's Boston Children's Hospital on a language curriculum for those with autism and other developmental disabilities.

By The Arc Maryland
In celebration of October National Bullying Prevention Month The Arc Maryland, the state’s largest non-for-profit statewide grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to the rights of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, has...

By The Arc Maryland
The Arc Maryland, the state’s largest non-for-profit statewide grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to the rights of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is running a comprehensive program on bullying and respect and an...

By The Arc Maryland, Inc.
Annapolis, MD Aaron Kaufman has been selected as Adult Systems Advocate of The Arc Maryland, the state’s largest-not-for profit statewide grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental...

By Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida, Inc.
Officials cut the ribbon on new location in Goodwill Opportunity Center

By Extraordinary Ventures, Inc.
The "Voice of the Tar Heels" will provide play by play commentary for the final game of a Chapel Hill basketball camp for young adults with developmental disabilities.

By Park Lawn Association
Tickets are on sale for Park Lawn’s Venetian Hotel Trip for Four Raffle with the winner receiving an Italian themed escape for 4 days and 3 nights. Proceeds will benefit hundreds of individuals with special needs.

By Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida, Inc.
Students from the Goodwill L.I.F.E. Academy volunteered at the Harry Chapin Food Bank in Fort Myers. The L.I.F.E. Academy is a tuition-free, open-enrollment Lee County charter school for middle/high school students with developmental disabilities.

By Special Needs Network
Special Needs Network will give away thousands of toys at the first ever “Lunch with Santa” – a free holiday celebration that will also include lunch, picture with Santa and his elves, live music, holiday arts & crafts, and special door prizes.

By Park Lawn
While some may think motorcycle riders to be rough and tough, those in the South Suburbs of Chicago prove that they have Big Bikes and Big Hearts in helping those with special needs.

By Park Lawn Association
A family that benefits from Park Lawn's programs for adults with developmental disabilities is coordinating a Bunco night event to benefit the services provided at Park Lawn.

By Foothill Vocational Opportunities Inc.
Variety Magazine recently announced the launch of a collaborative internship project with Foothill Vocational Opportunities that will give adults with developmental disabilities valuable work experience.

By Kristen Bonk
Standard Bank and Trust, Inc. collected donations throughout the holiday season to support Chicago South Suburb nonprofit Park Lawn. They raised more than $5,000 for individuals with developmental disabilities.

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By The Arc Maryland
A roster of passionate new Board members was recently elected and sworn in to serve on the Board of Directors of The Arc Maryland, the state’s largest-not-for profit statewide advocacy organization dedicated to the rights of persons with intellectual...

By All About Developmental Disabilities
All About Developmental Disabilities (AADD) today announced that Atlanta health care attorney Charlotte Combre, a partner in the Atlanta office of McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP, has joined its board of directors.

By All About Developmental Disabilities
All About Developmental Disabilities (AADD) today announced Michael Stinson has been named as the new manager of recreation and wellness. Stinson will be responsible for all of the organization’s recreational and physical activities.

By Extraordinary Ventures, Inc.
The third annual EV Spectrum Skills Camp is starting on Monday with almost fifty percent more campers than in 2013.

By All About Developmental Disabilities
All About Developmental Disabilities (AADD), Georgia’s preeminent provider of support services for families living with developmental disabilities, has added four new members to its Board of Directors.

By Northeast Delta Human Services Authority
Northeast Delta Human Services Authority (Northeast Delta HSA) and the Tensas Community Health Center announced today the creation of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to collaboratively serve citizens in Tensas Parish.

By The Arc Maryland, Inc.
The state’s largest-not-for profit statewide grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities hosted winning schools in the “Together We’re Better Celebrating Diversity” media...

By SpecialNeedsWare, Boston Children's Hospital
Special education tech start-up SpecialNeedsWare partners with Harvard's Boston Children's Hospital on a language curriculum for those with autism and other developmental disabilities.

By The Arc Maryland
In celebration of October National Bullying Prevention Month The Arc Maryland, the state’s largest non-for-profit statewide grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to the rights of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, has...

By The Arc Maryland
Another blow delivered to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families as The Maryland Office of Legislative Audits issued an "unfavorable" audit report of the Developmental Disabilities Administration on October 2, 2013.

By The Arc Maryland
The Arc Maryland, the state’s largest non-for-profit statewide grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to the rights of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is running a comprehensive program on bullying and respect and an...

By The Arc Maryland
Governor O'Malley Forms New Commission for Effective Community Inclusion of Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

By Leff & Associates
New AADD Trainers Will Work Exclusively For South Georgia Region

By The Arc Maryland, Inc.
The Maryland DHMH Developmental Disabilities Administration was recently audited by the United States Department of Health and Human Services.

By The Arc Maryland, Inc.
Annapolis, MD Aaron Kaufman has been selected as Adult Systems Advocate of The Arc Maryland, the state’s largest-not-for profit statewide grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental...

By Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida, Inc.
Officials cut the ribbon on new location in Goodwill Opportunity Center

By Extraordinary Ventures, Inc.
The "Voice of the Tar Heels" will provide play by play commentary for the final game of a Chapel Hill basketball camp for young adults with developmental disabilities.

By Park Lawn Association
Park Lawn seeks volunteers to help on the weekend of March 29th and 30th and April 12th and 13th from 8:00 am – 6:00 pm to help raise money for the programs and services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities at Park Lawn.

By Partners for Potential
Mark Burchell, Wealth Director at BNY Mellon Wealth Management in Century City, was elected to the Board of Directors of Partners for Potential that provides programs and services to multicultural adults with developmental disabilities.

By Park Lawn
Less than two weeks left to win a trip to Vegas for 4 and a stay at the Venetian Hotel! The winner will receive an Italian themed escape for 4 days and 3 nights. Proceeds will benefit hundreds of individuals with special needs.

By 211 LA County
Students with Developmental Disabilities Included in Production Crew

By Special Needs Network
Initially structured as a 18-hour program with classes every other Saturday, Special Needs Network's Parent Advocacy Mentor Program (PAM) has grown to span eight weeks and offer 25 hours of intensive training, with over 300 graduates to date.

By Park Lawn Association
Tickets are on sale for Park Lawn’s Venetian Hotel Trip for Four Raffle with the winner receiving an Italian themed escape for 4 days and 3 nights. Proceeds will benefit hundreds of individuals with special needs.

By Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida, Inc.
Students from the Goodwill L.I.F.E. Academy volunteered at the Harry Chapin Food Bank in Fort Myers. The L.I.F.E. Academy is a tuition-free, open-enrollment Lee County charter school for middle/high school students with developmental disabilities.

By Special Needs Network
Special Needs Network will give away thousands of toys at the first ever “Lunch with Santa” – a free holiday celebration that will also include lunch, picture with Santa and his elves, live music, holiday arts & crafts, and special door prizes.

By White Plains Linen
White Plains Linen|Linens á la Carte is pleased to announce their participation and co-sponsorship with Wheelabrator Westchester, L.P., for the 2012 Keon Center Golf Outing at Hollow Brook Country Club.

By Park Lawn
Chicago south suburb nonprofit launches another way for people to give back and make a big difference.

By Park Lawn Association
Southwest Chicago nonprofit Park Lawn tickets are for sale for a raffle to benefit hundreds of individuals with special needs.

By Park Lawn
While some may think motorcycle riders to be rough and tough, those in the South Suburbs of Chicago prove that they have Big Bikes and Big Hearts in helping those with special needs.

By Park Lawn Association
A family that benefits from Park Lawn's programs for adults with developmental disabilities is coordinating a Bunco night event to benefit the services provided at Park Lawn.

By Foothill Vocational Opportunities Inc.
Variety Magazine recently announced the launch of a collaborative internship project with Foothill Vocational Opportunities that will give adults with developmental disabilities valuable work experience.

By Tricia Fleming
The best one-stop shopping for developmental disabilities services

By Kristen Bonk
Chicago suburb nonprofit Park Lawn celebrates an Awareness Week March 19 through 25 during National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.

By Jeff Weber
One-hour presentation by Dr. Lawrence W. Brown will center around lessons for children, especially those with Tourette Syndrome and associated disorders

By The Arc of Atlantic County
Join The Arc of Atlantic County for a honky-tonkin' boot-stompin' good time at "How the West Was Fun!" on March 29, 2012 in Galloway Twp, NJ. Includes silent auction, western fare, the Kenny I. Orchestra and tribute to three community partners.

By Kristen Bonk
A group of volunteers from the south Chicago area created a volleyball tournament to benefit individuals with developmental disabilities. This 32nd year they want to exceed the 56 teams that have competed in the past to benefit charity.

By Chris Stollar
Whether someone with developmental disabilities needs a place to live, work, learn or connect,www.addohio.org makes it happen.

By Kristen Bonk
Individuals diagnosed with developmental disabilties will dance past them as they "Dance Through the Decades" at Moraine Valley Community College Theater on February 1. They are the Park Lawn Players and ready show their true abilities.

By Kristen Bonk
Standard Bank and Trust, Inc. collected donations throughout the holiday season to support Chicago South Suburb nonprofit Park Lawn. They raised more than $5,000 for individuals with developmental disabilities.

By Alden Management Services
Robert J. Molitor, Chief Operating Officer at Alden Management Services in Chicago, was sworn in as a member of the Board of Directors during The Center for Developmental Disabilities Advocacy and Community Supports annual meeting.

By Kristen Bonk
Donean Masokas benefits from Park Lawn and her family decided to host a party celebrating her, Park Lawn and the Chicago Bears.

By Abilities Without Boundaries
Abilities Without Boundaries recently completed a re-branding process.

By Georgia Association of Community Service Boards
Over three days at The Lodge at Simpsonwood, more than 100 consumers of Georgia’s mental health, developmental disability and addictive disease services celebrated recovery, engaged in social interaction and participated in life skills training.

By Kristen Bonk
More motorcycle riders and groups are highlighting their big hearts with their big bikes by participating in charity runs. On May 15th, more than 700 motorcycle riders are expected to ride for those with special needs.

By Extraordinary Ventures
OPC Area Program presents the Autism Awareness Lecture in honor of National Autism Awareness Month.

By Kristen Bonk
Chicago South Suburb Non Profit, Park Lawn, appeals to the Irish supporters with a raffle to win an Ireland Tour for Two.

By Bolt Public Relations
Grant to Further Non-Profit’s Mission to Provide the Highest Quality of Life for Every Individual With Learning and Developmental Disabilities and Their Families

By Cary Bouza-Merida
New Way Day Services is dedicated to enriching the lives of our patients and their families with the evidence-based procedures of Applied Behavior Analysis.

By International Association for Life Quality
IALQ Offers Special Needs Life Quality Plans, Special Needs Life Quality Coaching™ Classes, Research and Membership Opportunities to Shift the Focus to Life Quality throughout the Lifespan

By Kristen Bonk
Standard Bank donates tips received at their hospitality tent held at Fall on the Green to non profit Park Lawn Association.



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