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July 1, 2024, Philadelphia, PA
To ensure affordable, high-quality advocacy services are accessible to families throughout the region, The Arc of Philadelphia is extending its services to families in Delaware County.

Since its inception in 1948, The Arc of Philadelphia has provided support services to families, helping them protect the rights of children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Through consultation and training, the staff assists individuals with disabilities and their families to gain access to support services that help promote inclusion and independence.

As an influential visionary, Jim Wilson has dedicated over 50 years of relentless advocacy to the fight for disability rights. Read his story of passion and perseverance during a transformative juncture in disability rights history.

A deep dive into the symbiotic relationship between health professions students and individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, where students and program participants alike gain greater independence and inclusion.

Philadelphia, PA SpArc Services is pleased to announce that it has been approved by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) for a Challenge America award of $10,000. This grant will support the Cultural Arts Center at SpArc Services and ensure that adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities have access and opportunity in the performing arts.

Irvin W., a lifelong Philadelphia Eagles fan, fulfills his 80-year-long dream of attending an Eagles game with the help of the Pennhurst Memorial and Preservation Alliance. Read his inspiring story of passion and perseverance in SpArc Services' Cultural Arts program.

The information session scheduled for Tuesday, October 31, 2023 is cancelled.

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