Outside Anchorage: Provides training, information, and resources that support families and caregivers of children or youth who experience disabilities. Support includes assistance in accessing resources through special education, early intervention, health care, and social service programs. This position will assist families and consumers in developing an individualized, coordinated system of support for their child. Please Learn More
MEDIA ADVISORY: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Victoria Shanklin, 561-3701 :: firstname.lastname@example.org Special Needs Community Picnic & Awards Recognizing significant contributions in the disability community Families, businesses, state and non-profit agencies are coming together Friday, August 12th at Kincaid Park Chalet, to connect and recognize those who have made significant contributions to benefit individuals with Learn More
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Jordyn Cleveland was born deaf. In 2013 her and her family found out why. At the age of 13, Jordyn was diagnosed with Usher syndrome a genetic condition that worsens over time and will further affect her vision. In an effort to expand their support, Jordyn and her mother Mandy recently attended the Usher Syndrome Learn More
The Disability Law Center (DLC) needs your help! Your input is vital to steering DLC’s future advocacy efforts. Please take a moment before midnight, August 24, 2016 to share your thoughts by taking this Online Survey. The results will help the DLC to set our priorities for 2017. As a thank-you for your time and thoughts, Learn More
The Know Your Right to Vote Campaign is dedicated to providing voter education materials and resources to the disability community. When we exercise our right to vote, we have the power to influence the structure and the funding of our community. Tool kit and more information available at the Arc of Anchorage. Are you interested Learn More
We currently are hiring for the following positions: Parent Navigator Anchorage Based (this position requires travel): Be part of an interdisciplinary team and provide support across Alaska to families caring for children with special needs. Parent Navigators provide training, information and resources that supports families and caregivers of children or youth who experience disabilities. Support Learn More