Children and young adults with disabilities, who attend public school and live at home, can enjoy meaningful, fun, safe and productive after-school hours at various ARC facilities. This well-designed program of recreation and self-care skills activities is offered Tuesday through Friday, after regular school hours and during school holidays and extended school breaks.This program runs on school days, Tuesday through Friday, from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.
ABLE Summer Camp - Supported by Newman's own Foundation
The Able Summer Camp program is offered throughout the entire summer and includes physical games, activities and interaction in a stimulating environment, to include canoeing, swimming, horseback riding, as well as computer and other educational activities in a behaviorally based curriculum.
The ARC of Martin County is also there for the families of individuals with disabilities. To enable families to attend to other responsibilities, arrangements can be made for children and adults with disabilities to stay at day program sites or overnight in a residential setting. Here they are provided with assistance in self-care, social, work and recreational activities in a safe environment.
Pragmatic Behavioral Health Services
Pragmatic Behavioral Health Under the guidance of a Level 1 Board Certified Behavior Analyst, The ARC provides youth between the ages of 15 and 25 the opportunity to participate in small group settings with other individuals with similar skills to achieve functional outcomes in the areas of social interaction with peers, classmates, teachers and the community at large.