TOMORROW: Join The Arc of Massachusetts for a Virtual Rally for the Disability Community

On Friday, November 13 at 12:00pm, The Arc of Massachusetts will be going live to discuss the critical needs of the disability community during this time.

Join us at noon via Zoom or Facebook Live.

For 30 minutes, we will take you through the budget priorities FY’2021. The Arc and our guests will give you the tools to communicate with your legislators.

Now is the time for us to come together for our community’s critical needs! Share this post and the flyer below to spread the word.

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  1. gracias por textear ahí estaré el viernes. Estaré vía zoom o Facebook

  2. Please help those not able to attend their day Habs and programs!

  3. Please acknowledge the population of Special Needs.
    They cannot fend for themselves and deserve to be included in any financial package being formulated.
    Especially the staff in group homes, need to be paid a decent wage.

  4. My 37 year old daughter and I have been together 24/7 since March 13, 2020. I have not been able to work since then as I am at home caring for her. We are very lucky that we are healthy …and virus free. There are so many families going through this with very little help from DDS. I’m not sure how they can help but is anyone trying? I hope so. This is not ending soon.

  5. My family certainly Appreciates all the hard work every one of u do to advocate for our kids and adult sp needs population, as well as the time given to continue to make their voice known. Blessings back to u all.

  6. I do have a question as to why does everything seem to gear toward “autism” and/or Down syndrome individuals? Not all the adults r under these particular umbrellas, and so we get left on the side lines again-My daughter actually never had a proper diagnosis. We have had her tested for this and that but she Always comes up “not otherwise” specified-missing the autism spectrum by like a check mark! I feel her hi functioning ability, as with many others, puts them at the worst disadvantage. She was characterized into “intellectual disabilities” even though she was born with FAS -which has many many debilitating “prob” areas. Anyways I pray this will be beneficial to even our family as I plan to attend the virtual at noon. Ty

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