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The Arc is the nation’s largest and leading organization for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and their families with a 60 year history of promoting and protecting the rights of people with I/DD and providing them the opportunity to live full, satisfying and self-determined lives as valued and contributing members of their communities.
Si tiene un niño o miembro de la familia con una incapacidad intelectual o de desarrollo, puede contactuar Pathfinder a: 615-875-5083 para recibir más información sobre recursos y servicios.
Real-time Help on Election Day: Use The Arc’s Voter Support Service - In 2012, one in five voters with disabilities experienced a barrier at the polls. To help resolve problems in real-time, The Arc is launching our new Voter Support Service at https://vote.thearc.org/. Working with Election Protection’s national network of support, we are aiming to make it easier for people to report problems and get help as quickly as possible. This site is a simple, mobile-friendly way for people with disabilities to ensure that their vote counts. We need your help! Spread the word in your community. This is a critical election, every vote counts! Check out the website https://vote.thearc.org/—and share it with your network! This site can be saved to your home screen or bookmarked on your mobile device. For instructions to do this go to: http://www.thearc.org/what-we-do/resources/toolkits/vote.
For Tennessee voting information, go to GoVoteTN.
To provide Empower TN, Middle Tennessee's Center for Independent Living with even information about you and your thoughts on independent living, please take a few minutes to complete this survey at: https://is.gd/empowerTNsurvey.
Read Carrie Hobbs Guiden's TennesseeWorks blog post about the CMS settings rule and what it means to you HERE.
ABLE TN has launched! To keep up with the latest on implementation of the program, visit http://abletn.gov/.
The Arc TN is assisting Vanderbilt Kennedy Center TRIAD in gathering information from individuals with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) and their families regarding how they access and identify activities/events for their family to participate in. If you would like to complete the survey, click HERE.
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This project is partially funded under an agreement with the State of Tennessee.