Report: How Insurance Can Pay for an i-Pad

How Insurance Can Pay for an i-Pad

Report: Talk About Sexual Violence

Health care professionals are in a frontline position to educate their patients about, and potentially prevent, sexual violence and abuse. The challenge is that these professionals have little or no experience talking about this issue with women who have disabilities. Also, women with disabilities are unlikely to raise the topic on their own. They may…

Report: Choosing a Lawyer to Help Plan for the Future

Description: Planning for the future may require specialized legal assistance.  This Center of Future Planning® fact sheet provides tips for choosing a lawyer that is right for you and your family. Download Here!

Report: Teachable Moments

In this report, Elizabeth Graham, Autism Waiver Service Coordinator at The Arc of Prince George’s County, explains what a “teachable moment” is and how they can be used to develop skills for individuals with autism.

Report: Health Insurance and Medicaid Coverage for Autism Services: A Guide for Individuals and Families

This resource is designed to help people with autism, their families, service providers, and other advocates understand and enforce their rights to health coverage for autism-related services.

Report: The Arc’s 2017 HealthMeet® report

The Arc’s 2017 HealthMeet® report provides an assessment of health challenges faced by the I/DD community, as well as offers promising solutions.  

Autism & Related Conditions Catalog

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Report: Autism Now Throughout the Years 2011-2014

The Arc’s Autism Now Center was created to fulfill the need for a one-stop, online resource; containing contemporary and trustworthy information carefully selected by individuals who have a diagnosis on the autism spectrum and others in the field, for individuals with ASD and their allies. The overall goal of The Arc’s Autism Now Center is…

Report: Bureau of Justice Statistics: Crime Against Persons with Disabilities, 2009-2012 – Statistical Tables

In this report, crimes against people with disabilities are classified according to six limitations: hearing, vision, cognitive, ambulatory, self-care, and independent living.

Report: University of New Hampshire: Meaning of Homeownership for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities: A Qualitative Study

This report includes advice for potential homeowners on issues including handling problems, community relationships, finances, supports, and future plans.