ARC ~ Activities Recreation & Care

for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities

Building people & community through programs & activities, while promoting the welfare of individuals with developmental disabilities.

 

 

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Contact Us

info@arcandadults.org

 

(818)762-4365 Phone

(818)762-1048 Fax

 

6456 Whitsett Ave.

N. Hollywood, CA 91606

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About ARC

 

ARC ...is a charitable, non-profit, tax deductible, California corporation, incorporated for the purpose of promoting the welfare, protection, education & advancement of individuals with developmental disabilities. It is designed to assess the ability & potential of each person, then develop and implement a regimen of activities calculated to help achieve his/her full potential for mental, emotional, physical & spiritual development.

 

    

ARC

 Highlights

 

 

 

 

ARC Bell Choir is making spirits bright with their holiday music

 

 

 

Invite the ARC

Bell or Chime choir

to play at your next event

Call

(818)762-4365

Or email

Ctaylor@arcandadults.org

 

 Team ARC

This year Team ARC had 70 participant that complete the 5k, 32 of which have developmental disabilities.

The marathon team included 35 people including the “Magnificent 7”

(7 athletes with Special Needs who ran/walked the full 26.2 miles with their coach and pacers)

 

Checkout Team ARC

on KTLA with Gayle Anderson

 

Click to Watch

 

 

After years of having a successful and thriving Day Program , Sat. Program, Adaptive Living, Young Adult Club, Camping, Bell & Chime Choirs, ARC is excited to be building its first adult residential facility.  

Walk/run 5k, or ASICS LA Marathon 2014

On behalf of people with special needs!

 

Join Team ARC ~ Training Starts NOW

 

Jimmy Jenson of ARC is the First person with Down Syndrome to finish the NYC marathon!

 On the Today Show

Yahoo Shine

Backstory on Jimmy  

Activities, Recreation, & Care

 

Down Syndrome Health & Alzheimer’s Awareness  

Gayle Anderson of KTLA 5

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