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  • Jul 22 2014 - 10:12am

    CHapel Hill NewsCHAPEL HILL — [The] Arc of the Triangle officials say their recent merger is a stepping stone to better things.

    The former Arcs of Orange, Durham and Wake counties, which have served clients for roughly 60 years, finalized the merger July 1. The new agency’s administrative offices will be in Chapel Hill, but local offices will remain to serve clients, said executive director Robin Baker.

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  • Jul 15 2014 - 4:00pm

    Autism advocates at the NCGARaleigh, N.C. — Dozens of children with autism and their families converged on the legislature Tuesday, urging Senate leaders to vote on whether to require insurers to offer better coverage for the disorder.

    In May 2013, the House approved a proposal that would require insurers to cover applied behavior analysis, or ABA, a widely accepted therapy that advocates say is one of the best early intervention techniques for autism, saving the state millions or billions of dollars in later treatment costs.

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  • Jul 10 2014 - 2:59pm

    The Arc Orange ApartmentsChapel Hill, NC- The Arc of the Triangle and The Arc of North Carolina are proud to announce the opening of a new collaborative housing project for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the Meadowmont community of Chapel Hill. A ribbon-cutting is planned for Friday, July 18th at 10 AM.

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The Arc of North Carolina has been providing advocacy and services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities since 1953. The Arc believes that all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities have strengths, abilities and inherent value, are equal before the law, and must be treated with dignity and respect.

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