Despite the heat, about 100 people came out on a Friday night in July to enjoy music, dancing and socializing at The Arc of Delaware summer dance party in Dover. A very welcome guest that night was Andre M. Boggerty, at-large representative of the Dover City Council. Mr. Boggerty is an advocate for The Arc, […]
Thank you to Palmer Home, Inc. for awarding $2000 to The Arc of Delaware in 2022. This Dover foundation provides funding to organizations that benefit the elderly in Kent county. The Arc of Delaware will use these funds to help meet the essential needs of people with IDD who are 60+ years old and living […]
Thank you to Kent County Levy Court for awarding The Arc of Delaware a $1,000 Community Service grant in 2022. These supplemental funds will be used to support our services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, especially our Social/Recreational programs.
The Department of Education, Office for Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS) and the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) released their long-anticipated Discipline Guidance Package in July, 2022. The guidance documents provide information and clarity on school-based discipline processes including: restraint and seclusion, informal removals, threat/risk assessments, and interactions with law enforcement and how those […]
A big thanks to the Delaware General Assembly for providing The Arc of Delaware with a grant of $15,000 in 2022. These Grant-In-Aid funds are appropriated each year by the Delaware General Assembly to support the activities of non-profit organizations that provide services to the citizens of Delaware. The Arc will use these supplementary funds […]