Abigail and her co-workers of Thompson Creek explain how important she is to the company
How Employers Engage with The Arc
Why One Federal Agency Decided to Hire People with Developmental Disabilities.
ABLE ACT Survey Participation
The State of Maryland continues to implement steps toward a functional ABLE Program by October of 2017. In accordance with Governor Hogan's customer service initiative, it is imperative that Maryland's program be responsive to constituent needs.
Please take a moment to complete this customer survey to assess your needs as it relates to construction of the ABLE program in Maryland. The survey will be available through December 30th.
Maryland Community of Practice Southern Region Awareness Event
Join the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) and
Maryland Developmental Disabilities Council (MDDC),
In partnership with Arc Prince George's County to learn about the Maryland Community of Practice & Life Course Framework and how to better support families together. This event will be held on December 1, 2016 from 9am -12 noon.
David Eicher competed in the Maryland Special Olympics Fall Festival on October 22, 2016 and won a gold and bronze medal in cycling! The conditions were very challenging with cold temperatures and high winds but all of the athletes persevered and we are so proud of them! Congratulations athletes!!
Congratulations to Melissa Brumell for receiving the Governor’s Citation
For Direct Support Professional Week, Melissa receive a Governor’s Citation recognizing her accomplishments and contributions for her work at Maiden Drive. “ Motivated, organized and passionate regarding enhancing the lives of the individuals at Maiden are some of the descriptors to best describe Melissa” as stated in her nomination.
On September 26, Bernie Simons, Deputy Secretary of DDA and William Frank, Deputy Secretary of MDOD presented her citation.
Help us Move Towards "Person Centered" Supports
Dianna “Dene” Taylor is a happy homeowner who happens to have a disability. Despite odds set against her early in life, Dene had a dream of living independently and setting her own goals for homeownership. In the mid-nineties, Maryland paved the way for Dene when it became 1 of 8 states to secure funding for adults with disabilities to apply for grants to purchase home.