In The News

In the News

A collection of news related articles and media releases about
The Arc of Northern Virginia and  disability related issues.

 

2018

2018 Community Investment Fund Grantees AnnouncedThe Community Foundation of Northern Virginia,  April 23, 2018

 

FAA AVS newsletter

 

 

FAA Volunteer Helps Make Skies A Bit Friendlier for Kids with Disabilities – AVSFlyer-News foor FAA Aviation Safety Employees, March 29, 2018

 

 

 

 

 

Arc Seeks Participants for Annual 8K Race & 2M Walk – Falls Church News-Press, March 7, 2018

 

 

 

2017

 

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Wings for All: Travel Rehearsal Offered for Individuals with Disabilities – Reston Connection, March 29,2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

For Special Needs Kids, Wings for All is Dress Rehearsal for FlyingWTOP.com, March 25, 2017

 

2016

 

The Connection Newspapers 10.25.16 – The Arc of Northern Virginia Stages Motown Experience Gala, 250 guests wine and dine to Motown hits while supporting people with disabilities.  Read Article

 

Inside NOVA 04.18.16- Great success story with some good quotes from our own Lucy Beadnell, Director of Advocacy. Read the article

 

 

2015

 

Inside NoVA 11.21.15-  Reports about the Jessica Burmester Volunteer of the Year Award to Marymount University. Read the article.

 

 

2014

 

Wings for All- Staff writer Lori Aratani, follows participants at Dulles International…read more.

 

Thanks so much to Kimberly Suiters, Reporter for CBS Radio, for this fabulous piece about long-time member Colleen Wright and her connection to and support for The Arc of Northern Virginia. Check it out

 

Non-profit Roundtable Newsletter – July edition. see newsletter

 

VivaTysons highlights the work of The Arc of Northern Virginia in their 2014 July/August issue. see article

 

Special Education Graduates Could be Impacted by Possible Budget Cuts -Families will speak against these cuts at public hearing on April 10. by Janelle Gemanos. Read More

 

Celebrating Inclusion – Board of Supervisors Names March Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Inclusion Month – Friday, March 21, 2014, by Supervisor John C. Cook/(R-Braddock), The Board of Supervisors has designated March “Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Inclusion Month” in Fairfax County. Both those with disabilities and those without have their lives enriched when people with disabilities are fully included in the community. This special month seeks to help those with disabilities find ways to be involved in the community, and bring awareness to others of these engaged neighbors. Read more

 

Appointed by Governor McDonnell of VA to the State Rehabilitation Council in the Fall of 2011, The Arc of Northern Virginia Cheryl Johnson, Director of Services, shares with you the 2012 Annual Report of the State Rehabilitation Council, which serves as an advisory Council to the Department for Aging and Rehabilitative
read report…

 

Services’ vocational rehabilitation and supported employment programs. The Report contains information on the effectiveness of the vocational rehabilitation program and the work of the SRC.

 

An Op-Ed by Rikki Epstein and Kymberly DeLoatche ~ Searching for ‘The New Virginia Way,’ Need to change the way Virginia supports people with disabilities. read article…

 

United Way of the National Capital Area announced this month that it is awarding 20 grants totaling $218,360 to 18 member organizations serving Fairfax and Falls Church. The funds came through designations to the Fairfax/Falls Church Community Impact Fund in United Way NCA’s annual workplace giving campaign. read more….

 

Families of Disabled Await Decision on Future. As a judge considers whether to close Virginia’s institutions for persons with severe disabilities, families watch, hope, and mobilize. By Maria Koklanaris Bonaquist

 

States Encounter Obstacles Moving Elderly And Disabled Into Community, Kaiser Health News

 

“My Life – A New Adventure”: A DBHDS-created video detailing stories of individuals who have moved from Virginia Training Centers to new homes in communities of their choice through the Money Follows the Person Demonstration Project.