Uncategorized'S ARCHIVE

  • ​Website Home ​​​October 3,  2014 Arc of SC, Midlands have much to share from The Arc’s 2014 National Convention! ​​ ​The Arc of the Midlands’ Melinda Moore and The Arc of SC’s Margie Williamson made a lot of connections and brought back quite a bit of useful information from The Arc’s National Convention this week in […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • Click on the link — GirlsontheRun — to see about getting your girl on the go with an intellectual or developmental disability involved in a Girls on the Run team. This program is for girls in third through eighth grade. Adult volunteers and coaches are also needed. Contact Aubrey at aubrey.thompson@girlsontherun.org or 803-381-0482 for more information. Because […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • ​Website Home ​ ​September 19,  2014 ​​​​​​Join the Plant Yourself team in Soda City this Saturday and let’s get growing!This Green Chairs project is one part of the Mixed Greens program sponsored in part by the SC Developmental Disabilities Council. Join us on Saturday morning anytime from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. surrounded by local […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • ​Website Home​   September 5,  2014 ​ Plant Yourself is ready to launch this month at the Soda City market in downtown Columbia! This Green Chairs project is one part of the Mixed Greens program sponsored in part by the SC Developmental Disabilities Council. Join us on Saturday morning surrounded by local vendors selling all […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • The Arc Plans for a National Day Out Event for Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month March is national Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month and The Arc invites you to join us on March 29 in a grassroots initiative to help raise awareness about people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD).  The Arc of the Midlands will be […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • The Department of Justice has announced that local police departments can access funds to pay for voluntary tracking devices for kids with autism. Funds are available to law enforcement agencies, not directly to families of individuals with autism. These agencies can request grant money to pay for tracking devices and to provide education and training […]

    CONTINUE READING