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Future Planning with The Arc

What’s your life plan? Do you have one in place? For individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities it’s important to have a plan in place to help achieve independence goals. …

A “Really Big” Announcement

Some changes are coming to The Arc of Evansville’s Really Big Show in 2021! Keeping our community’s health and safety a priority, The 19th Annual Really Big Show will be …

Arc Industries to Stay Open

Previously The Arc of Evansville announced due to a statewide budget cut affecting Community-Based Sheltered Work and Facility-Based Sheltered Work, and The Arc’s Board of Directors difficult decision to close …

#ABLEtoSave 10 Things You Should Know

Living with a disability is often associated with significant amounts of extra costs. That’s why individuals and families can now contribute to ABLE accounts — tax-advantaged savings accounts that can fund disability expenses.

CARES Act- Did You Know?

For the rest of 2020, a donor will be able to deduct up to $300 ($600 for a married couple) as a charitable deduction, regardless of whether or not they …

#WeAreEssential

People with disabilities and those who support them can’t be left behind!

The critical needs of people with disabilities, their families, and the direct support professional (DSP) workforce must be included in the next coronavirus relief bill.

The U.S. House of Representatives has passed legislation that includes many of our top asks – but the Senate has JUST introduced a bill that does NOT address most of the critical needs of people with disabilities!