We provide a range of day support programs that include stimulating activities and volunteering in the community. More Info
LARC offers various individualized employment programs, providing job development, placement, on-the-job training and continuous supports. More Info
The School to Community Transition Program provides young adults with essential life, social, and vocational skills. More Info
We support individuals living in four community homes, and in other supported living apartments. More Info
Throughout the year, there are numerous recreational and social activities, including Special Olympics. More Info
Our summer outdoor day camp provides all children, with and without disabilities, the opportunity to develop friendships, leadership skills, and respect for others. More info
LARC develops and facilitates Person Centered Planning and circles of support for individuals with disabilities. Placements are facilitated through internal and external support teams which develop strategies to assist individuals in achieving his/her goals. The team is made up of people who know and want to support the individual.
Transportation is provided and/or coordinated whenever and wherever possible. We provide referral and coordination to generic transportation services along with travel and mobility training.
LARC provides guardianship services to individuals in need of such support and who do not have other significant people in their life to be of assistance. LARC provides either limited guardianship supports (medical, financial, etc.) or full planning guardian supports. The availability of LARC to be a guardian is dependent on filing an application and the availability of time to provide the necessary supports.
LARC defines advocacy as facilitating, promoting, representing, supporting, advising, communicating and mediating. The staff of LARC provide advocacy through meetings, forums, role modeling, participating in community life and through relationships. More Info