Bonita McCabe is the Child Advocacy Director for The Arc of Philadelphia. She is a key player alongside parents and families in helping achieve the best possible educational outcomes for children with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (IDD.)
Celebrating National Developmental Disability Month on SpArc's Virtual Program.
In this Q&A for our “Staff Spotlight,” Aubrey explains how she became passionate about working in this field, why the work NITW does is important, and some ins-and-outs of their process to connect autistic and neurodivergent jobseekers with gainful employment.
The Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium holding a 24-hour vaccination clinic.
SpArc Services building closed 2.19.2021. Virtual services will be open!
SpArc Services building closed 2.18.2021. Virtual services will be open!
SpArc Services building closed 2.2.2021. Virtual services will be open!
SpArc Services building closed 2.1.2021. Virtual services will be open!
Michael Anderson is the Legislative Advocate for The Arc of Philadelphia. Recently, he has worked on a voting campaign for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (IDD), a project to secure support from local businesses for The Arc of Philadelphia, and a campaign to advocate for access to the COVID-19 vaccine for people with IDD in the distribution and execution of the vaccine.
The Arc of Philadelphia empowers parents and families in advocating for the education of their child with disabilities.