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    Kate’s Retirement

    As Kate gets ready to retire, she continues to ‘Promise it Forward.’  Read about her 39 years of advocacy and leadership.  Learn more about Kate’s incredible career.

    Kate has been advocating for those with disabilities for 39 years and is retiring on September 30, 2016!

    Donate to the Rollason Promise Fund in honor of Kate
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    #InclusionWorks #EmploymentFirst

    Did you know that October is National Disability Employment Awareness month?  We will be celebrating all month long! If you would like to join in the conversation, be sure to check out our Facebook and Twitter pages.  #InclusionWorks #NDEAM


    Our mission is to promote respect, create opportunities, and advocate for equal rights for all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Thank you for visiting our site!

    Get Involved!
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    Superheroes Run Twice

    Save the date! Superheroes Run Twice at Terrapin Beach Park will be held on October 29th. Registration opens soon so watch your email for notifications about the race.  If you would like to be on our email list, please click 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

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.



Special Thanks to our Partners and Sponsors