Supports Michael on exercise machine with WadeThe Arc of Burlington County is a DDD-approved provider of COMMUNITY BASED SUPPORTS. The program provides personalized disability services with dignity, privacy and choice, and all recipients are fully involved and engaged in designing and directing the services that focus on their interests, strengths and abilities. The planning process includes input from family, friends and professionals, all working together to promote growth, empowerment and independence. Some of the support services The Arc of Burlington County can provide you and your family in your home or community include the following:

  • In-Home Support Services

  • Social groups

  • Recreational events

  • Activities to foster community integration

  • In-home and evening respite

  • Companionship

  • Daily living & home management assistance

  • Fitness and health

  • Full-day adult day programming (with transportation)

CLUB CONNECT

We are pleased to announce our newest offering, Club Connect, an innovative program that provides community-based and on-site recreational activities for adults with disabilities 21 and older each Thursday evening from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at 695 Main Street, Lumberton, NJ. Participants can select from a variety of activities that include physical fitness, board games, improving computer skills, learning arts and listening to music or just socializing with friends.

Click here for our Club Connect flyer.

If you or a family member is in need of residential, vocational, in home support services, looking for recreational activities, or simply unsure about how to proceed to obtain services through DDD, please send an email to Sara Anderson at  saraa@arcofburlington.org or contact her at 609-531-0211, ext. 109.  For online information on how to apply for DDD-funding, see DDD Update.

IN-HOME AND EVENING RESPITE

This program provides temporary relief to parents and caregivers of individuals with developmental disabilities within the natural home environment. Programming includes community-based activities that improve fine and gross motor skills, story time, music, arts and crafts,  games and much more.

If you are interested in hiring The Arc of Burlington County for services or you’d like to know how we can help you or someone you know, please contact Sara Anderson, director of support services, at 609-531-0211 or saraa@arcofburlington.org.