First Edition of the ArcGNO Connections Newsletter
This newsletter will serve as a way for the entire ArcGNO community to stay up-to-date on all the exciting and progressive ways that ArcGNO is serving the members of our community.
How does ArcGNO create jobs for individuals with intellectual disabilities or development delays(IDD)?
ArcGNO, which is well known throughout the southern region for its Mardi Gras Recycling Center, works diligently to create, through education, advocacy, and support, a greater New Orleans community that includes, accepts, and celebrates people with...
So, Where Do We Go From Here?
ArcGNO’s Executive Director Gives an Update on the Agency’s Status during COIVD-19: In the 67 years Arc of Greater New Orleans (ArcGNO) has been in existence, it has experienced a lot. ArcGNO emerged in the 1950s when parents of children with Down syndrome or another...
Tropical Storm/Hurricane Event-ArcGNO Administrative Office Closing
The administrative offices of Arc of Greater New Orleans (ArcGNO) are closed until further notice due to the current Tropical Storm/Hurricane event. Please take all precautions to keep you and your loved ones safe. We will update continued closure/anticipated...
The 2nd Annual St. Bernard Parish Culinary Classic
Thank you to everyone who supported our 2nd annual St. Bernard Parish Culinary Classic. We raised $36,677! This fundraiser supports our services in St. Bernard Parish: The ArcGNO Chalmette Community Center provides meaningful daytime engagement for participants who...
DSP Spotlight: Donyell Williams
By Lakeisha Woodson Donyell is present with us and always listens to what I have to say. It's obvious that this role is more than a job to her. She and the rest of my ArcGNO EarlySteps team check in on me and my kids after doctors appointments or when they are sick...
DSP Spotlight: Frank Sylvester
By Ashley Brown Mr. Frank is a very nice man. He is a very good driver. He takes his time picking up people. He is on time every morning. He likes telling jokes to us. We sing Happy Birthday to him on the bus. I like that he is my driver. This week we’re recognizing...
DSP Spotlight: Anna O’quinn
By Jan Alario, Residential Support Services I love my PCA (personal care attendant) Anna to death. She makes me happy and makes me smile. She encourages me to try new things and teaches me to do things for myself. I can always depend on her to be there for me. She...
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