The Arc of Alameda County – Inclusion for People with Unique Abilities

Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, Down Syndrome, Autism, Fragile X

Quality Services in the East Bay – Unrelenting Advocacy

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The Arc of Alameda County  provides life skills education and job training services to some 400 people with such conditions as epilepsy, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, fetal alcohol syndrome, autism, attention deficit disorder, fragile X syndrome and other special needs.  All of our clients live in the East Bay county of Alameda and all are clients of The Regional Center of the East Bay.  The Regional Center assists individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD)  in determining which services they need.  The Arc of Alameda County has programs for all levels of I/DD.

 

The Arc of Alameda County, joins the 21 other Arc chapters in the state to support The Arc of California.  The Arc of California is your advocacy office in Sacramento established to preserve the Lanterman Act and ensure state funding for programs for your loved one – in fact for anyone with I/DD.  The Arc the United States performs a similar function in Washington D.C.

 

The Arc has four campus locations; San Leandro, Hayward, Union City and Livermore.  Individuals with I/DD from Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Dublin, Emeryville, Fremont, Newark, Oakland, Piedmont, and Pleasanton are welcome and can often arrange for transportation to our four sites.

 

At The Arc of Alameda County you get great services AND effective advocacy.

Learn more about The Arc by clicking on the video below.