NYC, HERE WE COME!     What are the holidays without a trip to the “Big Apple” to see the tree, the store windows, the dancing Salvation Army recruiters, a nice din ...

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WITHOUT OUR SPONSORS, WHERE WOULD WE BE?  The Arc of Burlington County Recreation Department offers a  variety of interesting events for adults with developmental disabilities: monthly dances, evenin ...

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CASINO NIGHT DANCE AN ODDS-ON FAVORITE AGAIN THIS YEAR!   For about a zillion years now, the student members of the Cinnaminson High School Interact Club have hosted our February Casino Night and Dance. They con ...

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IT’S COMING: STEP UP FOR THE ARC WALK 2014! Start breaking in your new sneakers or take last year’s out of the closet, but whatever you do, get ready: May 18th is coming up fast! That’s when we’ll a ...

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LEARN-A-WAY PROGRAM SAYS GOODBYE TO A GOOD FRIEND   Tuesdays and Wednesdays just won’t be the same anymore at Learn-A-Way, our developmental day care center in Hainesport! Joan Pikunas, a long-time v ...

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The Arc of Burlington County is a not-for-profit organization committed to helping improve the quality of life for children and adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities, as well as their families. Founded in 1956, we are affiliates of The Arc of the United States and The Arc of New Jersey.

VISIT OUR FUNDRAISING PAGE FOR INFORMATION ON OUR UPCOMING STEP UP FOR THE ARC WALK 2014 on May 18th, then mark your calendar! 

NEWS YOU CAN USE

See how your favorite charities spend your donations and how The Arc of Burlington County manages its money.

Charity Navigator     *    How The Arc of Burlington County Spends Its Dollars

SUMMER CAMP, DDD UPDATES

Medicaid Eligibility and DDD   *   Division of Developmental Disabilities Home 

Information about summer camp financial support for the 2014 camp season is now available!

NEWS CLOSER TO HOME 

2014 Graduates Timeline Factsheet – FINAL    *    New Affordable Care Act Resource Available

Local Police Departments Can Access Funds To Pay for Voluntary Tracking Devices For Kids With Autism

Fine Print: Disability Rights NJ V. NJ Department of Education finally settled

Christie Administration announces dates to close two institutions for disabled

Autism definition may decrease diagnoses by a third, study finds

CLICK HERE for information about two free workshops to help parents of children
and teens with autism get the help and services they need.

As developmental centers close, state touts benefits of switch to community group homes

 

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The Arc of Burlington County
115 East Broad Street
Burlington, NJ 08016
arlenem@arcofburlington.org

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p: (609) 531-0211
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