The Arc of San Angelo
For people with Intellectual and developmental disabilities
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Helping the Concho Valley through awareness, resources, and services.
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Donation Challenge - The Carl C. Anderson, Sr. and Marie Jo Anderson Charitable Foundation have offered a Challenge Grant to The Arc of San Angelo. The foundation will match all donations up to $10,000. Your donation counts double until we meet our goal!
$5105 raised of our $10,000 goal
The Arc promotes and protects the human rights of people with disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes.
Disability is the only minority group that any of us can join at any time. It knows no boundaries, it does not discriminate by age, race, or sex and it can strike in a moment.
Autism Alliance of the Concho Valley
Our aim with the Autism Alliance is to provide support, community events, training, networking, and grants in order to help meet the specific needs of children and adults with autism, as well as their families, within the Concho Valley. Our hope is to foster a sense of community, support, and most importantly respect and accommodation for those on the Autism Spectrum.Learn More
Access-Resources-Connections(A.R.C.) provides monthly family information and networking sessions at the public library for families with children with developmental disabilities, including Autism, Down ’s Syndrome, Williams’ Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, etc.Learn More
Court Visitor Program
The purpose is to train community volunteers and students to visit individuals, on behalf of the Court, and prepare reports which are then reviewed by the Court. This important monitoring function enables the Court to have first-hand information regarding the persons under its supervision and determine whether a guardianship should be continued, modified, terminated or other actions be taken.Learn More
The Guardianship Alliance program recruits, trains and supports community volunteers to serve as Advocates for low-income individuals with decision-making needs that have no other family or friends willing or appropriate to serve as their guardian.Learn More
Supported Decision-Making is a method of decision-making which allows families to avoid rights removal and costly legal fees when a possible Agreement can be executed between one willing to provide decision-making support to one who needs help with understanding or communicating their own choices, desires. It is one method used for self-determination, where the person manages their own life with individualized supports.Learn More
March 5, 2018
2:00 pm and 7:00 pm
Angelo State University - Houston Harte Ballroom
1910 Rosemont Drive, San Angelo
This event is FREE and OPEN to the public.
Join us for this fantastic opportunity to hear the Founder and CEO of Special Books by Special
Kids share his experiences assisting students in reaching their full potential through their unique talents and incredible personalities.
For more information, please contact:
Dr. Carlos Flores – email@example.com
Dr. Leah Carruth – firstname.lastname@example.org
Angelo State University College of Education
Student Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi
Student Chapter of Texas Classroom Teachers Association
Texas Partners in Policymaking
August 2018-April 2019
All expenses paid, travel, meals, hotel, respite. This is the BEST advocacy training available. Time with other parents and building a network of support that you will use for years to come.
One session a month that begins on Friday at 11 a.m. and concludes on Saturday at 3:00 p.m. Renown speakers who are experts in their field guide participants through a series of topics to strength knowledge and skills. Well worth time off the job and away from family for one weekend a month for 8 months.
2018 SAVE THE DATE!!! Walk for Autism
Saturday April 28, 2018
8:30AM - 11:00AM
Angelo State University
Pavillion at the Campus Green
The Walk for Autism is a donation drive and walk to support autism awareness in the Concho Valley. Teams and/or individuals can make donations or sign up to walk as a team during the event. Teams can compete with each other for top fund raiser leading up to the walk. ALL FUNDS RAISED STAY IN THE CONCHO VALLEY.
No ThAUTful Theatre Event is currently scheduled.Learn More About ThAUTful Theatre
Sensory Santa 2018
Check back in October for specific date/time/location
Sensory Santa is a holiday photo opportunity for families with children on the autism spectrum. We provide a mellow and laid-back setting for families to take holiday photos with santa without the stresses of a large public venue. Activity stations are also provided on site.