Bringing the World of Possibilities Disabilities Expo to you! Caring Communities offers support, activities, education for thousands of individuals with disabilities and those who love and serve them in Maryland, DC and Northern Virginia. Our training, education, publications, and events improve the quality of life for children and adults regardless of the nature or severity of the disability to help them achieve economic self-sufficiency and promote inclusion to enjoy full participation in society.
Regional Advocacy Specialists Build relationships with self-advocates, self-advocacy groups and providers, Support other self-advocates to learn about and understand DDA services, Coordinate and conduct a seven week training with a group of Self-Advocates, Provide general support to people receiving services from DDA, Develop and conduct additional training that meets the needs of Self-Advocates in their regions
We are a child centered team of special education experts who work collaboratively with all involved professionals to design and review individualized plans, helping each child reach his or her unique potential.
Virginia Relay enables people who are deaf, hard of hearing, Deaf, Blind, or have difficulty speaking to communicate by TTY (text telephone) or another assistive telephone device with anyone who uses a standard phone.
The MWVA mission is to educate, advocate, and raise awareness of the abilities and needs of people with disabilities, in order to influence attitudinal, architectural, and social change for all Virginians.
W.E.A.N. is a mentoring program servicing women with a varying degrees of dis-ABILITIES. The mission is to “wean” women with dis-ABILITIES from having their limitations be their focal point, thus having them live with their ABILITIES!
Ms. Wheelchair Maryland (MW-MD) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization managed under the auspices of DateAble, Inc. The goal of the Ms. Wheelchair Maryland, and Junior Miss Wheelchair Maryland is to select two spokeswomen to represent the disability community at large.
Richcroft, Inc. began in July 1983 with the opening of eight residential units, serving twenty-four people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities. Since that time, the agency has grown to become one of the finest providers of residential and support services in Central Maryland.
Executive Plaza IV11350 McCormick Road, Suite 700 , Hunt Valley, MD 21031
We are a leading organization that champions for and supports people with developmental disabilities while cultivating relationships that enrich our community. The Arc Carroll County provides services and support for approximately 700 adults and children with developmental disabilities and their families in Carroll County, Maryland.
The Arc of Frederick County helps people with developmental disabilities to live enviable lives. Enviable lives are the lives we all lead, filled with purpose and meaning, and with friends and family. This is accomplished by providing services, advocacy, and creating supportive communities.