It’s that time of the year again when we place special emphasis on the abilities as well as the current needs and concerns of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in our community and across the world!
People with I/DD have made great strides in housing, employment and inclusion over the past few decades, but we continue to keep working and address issues which our daily lives. Recognizing the achievements of people in our community goes a long way in educating the general population to the abilities and concerns of the I/DD population. The Arc of Calhoun and Cleburne Counties would love to know more about your accomplishments as well as the needs you feel people with I/DD face in our local area.
Please contact us at 256-236-2857 , The or a on Facebook or Twitter.
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The Oxford City Council proclaimed March Disabilities Awareness Month in the City of Oxford during their February 25 meeting!
Thank you Oxford, for joining us in the movement to recognize the abilities of people with I/DD in our community!
Pictured, Oxford Mayor Alton Craft, left, presents the proclamation to the The Arc’s Executive Director Tim Cooper as consumers, staff and board members of Th e Arc of Calhoun and Cleburne Counties look on.