As self-advocates and family-advocates what does independence mean to you?

Remarkable Achievements

The National Autism Resource and Information Center is an initiative of The Arc, dedicated as the central point of high quality resources and information across the lifespan for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and other developmental disabilities.

The DD Act’s Self-Determination Principles

The role of The Arc’s Research and Innovations in the Autism NOW Center is one that provides vision, connections to others in the autism and disability communities, and helps to generate connections to resources and others that are interested in autism and other intellectual and developmental disability issues.

Holiday Break?

These are the times when many families enjoy time together, and… time apart.

Overcoming Obstacles to the Participation of Children and Adults with Autism in Religious Services

In the United States, over 80 percent of people have religious affiliations. Popular religions practiced in the US include Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Islam, and Hinduism.

All About Bullying

To help protect your child from bullying, we wanted to introduce some information about detecting bullying and ways to stop it after it is occurring. It is important to learn about bullying so that you can protect your child against it.