5/20/20 - As the state begins reopening certain sectors of the economy, please know that LARC will not be making any changes to our current operation until further notice. All offices will remain closed, with limited access. When decisions are made to begin reopening programs, an announcement will be made. A committee has been formed and is working to make sure when we do reopen that the safety of individuals and staff are the main priority. Thank you!
Please be advised that, until further notice, LARC's Day Service Option (DSO) at Migeon Avenue and all Vocational programs are closed. Additionally, all of LARC's recreational activities are cancelled until further notice. If you need any assistance or have any questions, please contact Tom Stanton at (860)482-9364, ext. 410 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please direct all questions about LARC's recreational activities to Robin Pedone (email@example.com). To ensure the safest environment possible, visitors are restricted from all LARC facilities until further notice. Only LARC staff will be admitted. During this time of unprecedented uncertainty, LARC is taking all recommended and necessary precautions to keep safe our staff, the individuals we serve, and the greater community.
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The mission of LARC is to work cooperatively with others in developing opportunities for individuals with Intellectual/Developmental disabilities, including Autism, to reach their maximum level of independence; experience presence and participation; make decisions about their lives and their futures; and live with respect and dignity.