Join us as the Prudential Tower is lit up The Arc’s signature orange!

The Arc of Massachusetts has been chosen to be a lighting partner for The Shops at Prudential Center’s 31 Nights of Light. Each December the Prudential Tower is lit up nightly to raise awareness of important causes, and this year on December 16 the Pru will be lit up in orange for The Arc. Join us for festive songs by the Minute Man Chorus, the ceremonial flipping of the light …

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ALEC Program Featured on NECN

Please see The Arc in action in Massachusetts!  This time helping first responders learn to work with persons with autism and other developmental disabilities.  The Arc of South Norfolk’s ALEC (Autism & Law Enforcement Education Coalition) program was featured on NECN on Halloween night.  Watch the clip below to learn more about the program and how it is providing important training for first responders.    

The ALEC Program Featured on NECN

On Monday, The Arc of South Norfolk’s ALEC (Autism & Law Enforcement Education Coalition)First Responder Training program was featured on NECN. ALEC provides training to First Response agencies throughout the state and nationally on how to appropriately handle situations regarding individuals with  autism and other developmental disabilities.  For more information on the program visit: http://www.arcsouthnorfolk.org/alec-first-responder-training.html

Operation House Call Featured In Yale School of Nursing Newsletter

Operation House Call: Inspiring and Innovative Way of Instruction Now Offered at YSN   Last week, YSN launched an exciting new partnership with Operation House Call (OHC), a unique program that for the past two decades has taught disability awareness to medical, nutrition, and nursing students throughout Boston, and is now being taught to all of YSN’s Graduate Entry Prespecialty in Nursing (GEPN) students. During OHC, a parent of a …

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Brian Skotko, M.D. of Operation House Call Featured in Men’s Health Magazine

Brian Skotko, M.D., an instructor for our Operation House Call program is featured among 20 Guys Who Prove Good People Still Exist in Men’s Health Magazine! Check out the article below: BRIAN SKOTKO, M.D. Brian Skotko, M.D., is the co-director of the Massachusetts General Hospital Down Syndrome Program. While he interacts with Down Syndrome patients every day—and has a sister, Kristin, with the condition—most medical students graduate with no such …

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