The Neurodiversity in the Workplace initiative was recently highlighted on Sunday Morning CBS News. The segment, reported by CBS correspondent Lee Cowan, features Gloria Mendoza and her mentor at SAP, Gabby Robertson-Cawley.
Two local organizations, Neurodiversity in the Workplace and Woods Services, help those with barriers to employment find fulfillment in their work.
On Thursday, November 16, 2017, Mutual of America announced that the Neurodiversity in the Workplace Program was named a Merit Finalist award recipient of its 2017 Community Partnership Award competition.
As early as 2pm today, the U.S. Senate is going to vote on what's called a "motion to proceed" -- this vote determines if they will start debating legislation that cuts and caps Medicaid. We need you to help stop them from even starting this debate.
The Arc of Philadelphia, in partnership with Me, More and Normal, are excited to announce that we will be co-hosting a Disability Inclusion Workshop for Artists. The goal of the session is to identify opportunities to open the doors for artists with developmental disabilities.
SpArc Services is honored to be recognized as the 2017 Member Agency award recipient in this year’s Art-Reach Cultural Access Awards! Other awardees include the Pennsylvania Ballet and Roger Ideishi.
Please join us for a day of family fun as we gather annual, lifetime & new members, celebrate our accomplishments & set the course for the future. Enjoy interactive exhibits, guest speakers, food, games, music, dancing & more!
BREAKING NEWS - The House of Representatives is expected to introduce a bill to cut Medicaid and the ACA on February 27 and to begin committee work immediately.
The Arc of Philadelphia’s Michael Anderson has been selected as winner of PAR’s “We Are Worth It” Southeast Region Self-Advocate Employee of the Year award. This award honors exemplary self-advocates, who are employed in community businesses and demonstrate drive and passion for their position.
Join The Arc of Philadelphia at one of two trainings aimed at preparing transition age youth with autism for college and employment. Taking place in multiple locations, these trainings will feature several presenters, including The Arc of Philadelphia's own Tanya Regli.