After School Connections
An after school program that serves children in grades K through 5, addressing children’s individual needs relating to social skills and developing peer relationships while offering parents a safe and appropriate option for after school care.
Reading, Math & After School Learning
Serving school-age children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Certified teachers provide one-to-one tutoring for students experiencing difficulty in these specific areas.
Allows families to hire a respite worker to care for a qualified loved one and have their cost for care be reimbursed with OPWDD funds through The Arc. Applications for families requiring crisis support and families not receiving any other Medicaid Waiver Services are given preference. This program serves children and adults in Oneida County.
In Home Respite
Caregivers are matched with specially-trained staff to care for a qualifying loved one, so they can tend to other matters within or outside their home. Staff may assist the individual with daily living skills. This program is provided in Oneida and Lewis Counties.