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Art for All

March 23, 2022

Art for All is a program through The Arc of San Diego that provides an opportunity for individuals with disabilities to express themselves creatively through art, and learn new art…

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10 Ways You Can Take Action During Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

March 2, 2022

In 1987, President Ronald Reagan made a public proclamation that the month of March should be recognized as Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month to “increase public awareness of the needs and…

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We’re Hiring! Join Our Team and Make a Difference

February 10, 2022

When you work at The Arc of San Diego, it’s not just a job.  You’re joining a community and making a difference – while achieving your career goals!  Explore our…

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The Arc of San Diego Receives Check from New York Life

October 29, 2021

By KUSI 9 News New York Life presented a check for $10,000 to benefit individuals with disabilities at The Arc of San Diego. This gift was made possible by employees…

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San Diego woman with cerebral palsy publishes book after pandemic job loss

March 24, 2021

By Leah Pezzetti, ABC 10 News San Diego SAN DIEGO, Calif. (KGTV) – At the beginning of Alex Tenorio’s life, doctors thought she wouldn’t ever be able to walk. Even…

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The Work Is Essential: Employees With Disabilities Fill Vital Roles During Pandemic

June 30, 2020

By Joe Little, NBC 7 San Diego News “I’m dealing with it. It’s been hard.” The coronavirus pandemic has challenged millions of Americans in 2020. It’s challenged people with disabilities…

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The Arc of San Diego centers still closed because of COVID-19

June 5, 2020

By CBS 8 San Diego News Since March, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, several centers have been shut down, but residential homes are still up and running, some serving as appointment…

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The Yard House in Carlsbad serves up smiles and a sense of self-worth

January 10, 2020
Man And Women In Bar

By CBS 8 San Diego News CARLSBAD, Calif — The Yard House restaurants in San Diego County are being recognized for going the extra yard; they serve up smiles and…

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Carlsbad firm tests hiring program for workers with autism

August 19, 2019
Joseph Riddle, left, director of Neurodiversity in the Workplace, works with David Chidester, 22, on a project

By Pam Kragen, San Diego Union Tribune Carlsbad — David Chidester has loved computers ever since he was a little boy tapping away on his dad’s old Dell PC running Windows ’98. As…

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