Calling All Artists!
In honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month we are hosting a poster contest using the theme, Inclusion Works.
In honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month we are hosting a poster contest using the theme, Inclusion Works. The winner of the poster contest will receive a $25 gift card and have their poster featured at the Annual Awards Banquet in March. developmental disabilities.Learn more.
Kate Rollason ended 39 years of advocacy on September 30th. Read about her career
Allen Hatton was named Interim Executive Director following Kate Rollason's retirement on September 30th. Allen will hold the position approximately 9 months while the Board prepares for and launches a search for Kate’s successor.Press Release
Superheroes Run Twice
Superheroes Run Twice at Terrapin Beach Park will be held on October 29th. Grab your cape and register here!
Our New Partner
We are excited to announce that we are partnering with The McArdle School for Early Autism Intervention for the Superhero Run! Started by a mom with twins on the autism spectrum, the school provides early detection, therapy and education in a year round setting.Learn more
Our Programs and Services
Our programs and services are built to empower individuals by focusing on their strengths, talents and abilities all while ensuring safety and health.
From educational seminars to fundraising events, we have a calendar filled with activities for the individuals we support, their families and our community.
The Future's So Bright!
Too often, society can overlook of the enormous potential that lies within individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Not here at The Arc Central Chesapeake Region!
We strongly believe in the talents and abilities of each person who receives our services and work as a team with families, doctors, nurses, staff and the individuals themselves to ensure a bright future.
Our goal is simple: maximize opportunities and minimize challenges and obstacles in their lives, and the lives of their family members.
Great strides happen each and every day in the acceptance, respect, education and employment of those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The Arc Central Chesapeake Region is proud to help lead the way.