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Foray into Fall Arts at SpArc Philadelphia

Ms. Princiotta received the 2019 "Leading the Way" Award.

Interview with Michael Ambrose. He's a teacher at the Cultural Arts program at SpArc Services, talented graphic designer, and a Halloween enthusiast.

Announcing a Comcast grant to expand access to technology for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.

SpArc Services is proud to announce that the Cultural Arts Program is a recipient of a 2019 Art & Culture Grant from the Philadelphia Cultural Fund.

VillaKey, LLC is launching their first ever Autism Family Group Vacation to Disney, August 18-25!

June 18 was an evening to “Embrace the Abilities” of Pennsylvanians by showcasing the skills and talents that individuals with disabilities bring to the workplace each and every day.

Summer is officially here, and with it comes a new partnership for the SpArc Philadelphia family of organizations! The partnership with non-profit Land Health Institute, located at 49th and Parkside, aims to “Put Nature Back” in the city of Philadelphia.

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.

Neurodiversity in the Workplace Partner Organizations