Family Support & Family Autism Center cordially invites family members and individuals to a presentation on the DDS Self-Directed Service Delivery Models. Date: May 21, 2019 Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm Location: The Arc of South Norfolk ... Read moreDDS Self-Determination/Self-Directed Presentation
"We all need support to guide us through challenging times, and to be able to have the comfort of knowing we can reach out to the Arc of South Norfolk for answers to some difficult questions has impacted our lives for the better."
Parent, Plainville, MA
"The Arc of South Norfolk offers a wonderful array of recreational and educational activities. We feel lucky to have the Arc of South Norfolk nearby..."
Parent, Foxboro, MA
"The organization's high standards for educational backgrounds of its employees appear to pay off in the quality of interactions observed between staff members and the participants of the programs. Participants expressed strong appreciation and affection for staff members providing support and activities."
CARF International Survey Team
"This program should be presented at all in-service trainings state-wide to educate all officers. Not enough officers know about this. Excellent training."
Attleboro, MA Police(regarding the ALEC training program)
"We feel lucky to have Family Autism Center nearby - the opportunities they provide for everything from seminars for families, bowling leagues, and day trips helps ensure that our special family members live a rich, full life.”
Parent, Foxboro, MA
“Thank you so much for the Transition Support Group! I appreciate the group member’s ideas, skills and contributions. The monthly meetings have allowed me to plan on how to get there. It’s so good to know that parents like me are not alone”
Millis, MA Family
“Looking back on the previous year, I reflect on my blessings. The Arc of South Norfolk is always at the top of the list. Words cannot express how we feel that you have been a part of our special journey. How can we feel alone when we look over to see you walking beside us?”
“From the after-school program when he was young, respite day trips for children to “Hip Hop Café” dances for adults, all of these times were shared between you and my son. Many families look back at these times shared with you. Never forget the impact of a caring act!”
Since 1954, The Arc of South Norfolk has been serving the towns of Norfolk County and beyond by providing supports to people with developmental disabilities, including autism, through collaboration, advocacy and empowerment.
789 Clapboardtree St Westwood, MA 02090 781-762-4001 Phone 781-461-5950 Fax