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.

New Federal HCBS Settings and Person Centered Planning Rule
To read the Home and Community Based Setting and Person Centered Planning Rules Initial Draft Transition in Acrobat Reader (pdf), click HERE. To read the We Need Your Input explanation sheet, click HERE. To view the Conversation with Consumers, Families, and Caregivers on the TennCare Transition Plan presentation, click HERE. Comments can be made at TennCare.

Harts take flight

The 2nd annual Hearts Take Flight Pull-a-Plane Challenge fundraising event was a success! Twelve teams of 10 pulled an airplane across the tarmac to raise money for The Arc Tennessee! To see photos and awards, click HERE. Watch The Arc TN Flyers pull!

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The Arc Tennessee received a sub-grant through The Arcís School-to-Community Transition Initiative! This project was made possible through the AT&T Foundation. The grant is a collaborative effort between The Arc Tennessee, The Arc Cumberland Valley, The Arc Davidson County, and The Arc Williamson County. These chapters providing a variety of recruitment and employment supports for Next Steps at Vanderbilt and IDEAL at Lipscomb University, both post secondary programs for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Read more about this project HERE.

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Alternative formats available upon request. Email info@thearctn.org.

This project is partially funded under an agreement with the State of Tennessee.

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