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What's New

  • 2020 Indiana Summer Camps & Programs Directory Now Available

    Marci Wheeler, MSW - Indiana Resource Center for Autism has released the 2020 listing of summer camps and programs in Indiana.

    Please note that this directory has been compiled and posted as a service to the community. The Indiana Resource Center for Autism (IRCA) does not endorse any particular activity or organization on this list. Camps listed specifically serve persons with disabilities and/or include this population in their program. Some solely serve children and/or adults on the autism spectrum. Parents are advised to investigate the opportunities presented below to determine the appropriateness of each activity for their family member.

    Download 2020 Summer Camps & Programs list


  • Empowering People with Disabilities to Make Their Own Health Care Decisions

    People with disabilities sometimes need help understanding medical information. That does not mean they need a guardian to make decisions for them. People with disabilities can make their own decisions with support. They can ask for help from family members, friends, and other trusted persons (called “Supporters”).

    The Arc’s new tool, A Letter for My Doctors, helps people with disabilities describe how and when they want help making health care decisions.

    The letter can be used to explain:

    ·    How the person acts when he/she is upset, worried, or confused

    ·    What a health care provider can do if the person is upset, worried, or confused

    ·    When the person wants help making health care decisions

    ·    Who the person wants to help them make health care decisions

    Can you or someone you know benefit from this new tool? Download the resource now!

  • 2020-2021 College Survey Now Available

    The 2020-2021 College and Post-Secondary Services for Persons with Disabilities in Indiana has just been released and is available online. Hard copies can be mailed to individuals interested in obtaining a copy; please contact the South Bend Central Office at 800-332-4433 or at