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Caregiver Support WebinarDecember 21, 2017, 6:00pmFamily caregivers play a critically important roles in supporting the wellbeing of people with Intellectual and Developmental disabilities. As more people with disabilities are living at home and relying on informal supports, demands and stressors of caregivers are increasing. Join us for a webinar that will highlight caregivers’ stories and insights on what they’ve learned on their journey. We’ll discuss self care, advocacy, support, family dynamics, tips and resources for caregivers.

To access the webinar link, and register, please visit: arcgreatertwincities.org/event/caregiver-support-webinar/
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A Working Life Alliance Launches Website

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A Working Life Alliance has launched a new website.  Find resources to help you create and carry out your plan to get a competitive join the workforce!

Free Online Classes

The Arc Minnesota is partnering with the University of Minnesota and DirectCourse to provide online, customizable training classes free of charge.  To learn about the classes available and how to participate, click here.

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The Arc U.S. CEO Criticizes Senate Tax Bill

(December 2, 2017) The Arc released the following statement in response to Senate passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on December 2, 2017: “Today the Senate took a big and dangerous step closer [...]

The Arc Poll

Congress is considering legislation that could cut Medicaid services that are deemed "optional" under current law. Which of these services do you receive or have received in the past? (Check all that apply)