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The Arc of Indiana Strategic Plan

  Strategic Plan January 2023 – December 2025 Mission The Arc of Indiana is committed to all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities realizing their goals of living, learning, working and fully participating in the community. We are home to The Arc Master Trust, Indiana’s leading special needs trust, serving Hoosiers of all disabilities since 1988,…

Are You Eligible for the High-Speed Internet Affordable Connectivity Program?

High-speed internet is a necessity – especially for students. That’s why the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law created the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) to lower internet costs for families. ACP provides eligible households: Up to $30/month off their internet bills, and A one-time $100 discount off a laptop, tablet, or computer. A family is eligible if any…

Beyond Guardianship: Transitioning to SDM and Self-Determination

The Arc Advocacy Network will discuss guardianship, alternatives to guardianship, and Supported Decision Making to help families understand their options in this area. Supported Decision Making is a concept and tool gaining popularity as an alternative to guardianship or to use in conjunction with guardianship. As Indiana has adopted new Supported Decision Making legislation, The Arc…

Hamilton County Disability Resource Fair

Hosted by White River Christian Church, Achieve Community Connections, Connections Case Management, and The Columbus Organization, The Arc Advocacy Network will have information about Medicaid Waivers, Vocational Rehabilitation Services, guardianship and alternatives, Special Needs Trusts, the Erskine Green Training Institute, and a variety of other topics available for families and self-advocates.

Bartholomew County Transition Fair

The Arc Advocacy Network will have information about Medicaid Waivers, Vocational Rehabilitation Services, guardianship and alternatives, Special Needs Trusts, the Erskine Green Training Institute, and a variety of other topics available for families and self-advocates.

Know the Facts and Know Your Options Surrounding Guardianship and Alternatives

Hosted by Meaningful Day Services, The Arc Advocacy Network will discuss guardianship, alternatives to guardianship, and Supported Decision Making to help families understand their options in this area. Supported Decision Making is a concept and tool gaining popularity as an alternative to guardianship or to use in conjunction with guardianship. As Indiana has adopted new…

Indianapolis Buddy Walk

Buddy Walk ® is the largest fundraising and advocacy event for Down Syndrome Indiana where individuals come together to celebrate Down syndrome! Families, friends, schoolmates, co-workers, and community partners are encouraged and welcome to participate! Donate Today and Help Us Reach Our Goal! One of the main goals of the Buddy Walk ® is to…

Columbus Buddy Walk

Each year in celebration in celebration of National Down Syndrome Awareness Month, communities all across the country participate in Buddy Walks to raise awareness of this common genetic condition. The Buddy Walk was established by the National Down Syndrome Society in 1995 to raised awareness of Down syndrome. The Buddy Walk has grown from 17…

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