Summary We believe that all children and youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) must receive a free and appropriate
Summary The Arc Minnesota believes disability and racial justice efforts must be connected to all movements for freedom and justice.
The Arc Minnesota believes that government should not provide residential and day programs to individuals with intellectual and other developmental
Through nonpartisan legislative advocacy, we support public policies founded in the principles of human and civil rights, autonomy and self-determination,
Education All children and youth with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities1 (I/DD) must receive a free appropriate public education that includes
WHEREAS the history of people with disabilities in Minnesota is largely undocumented and unknown to the average Minnesotan; WHEREAS the
Services for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities must be reformed to focus on principles of individual control and self-determination.
Minnesota faces a DSP workforce shortage now and in the future in Home and Community-Based Services for people with intellectual
Minnesota legislators should support legislation to reduce the unaffordable fees that many Minnesota parents pay for services that keep their
People with intellectual and developmental disabilities should have the opportunity, like other citizens, to earn wages or income from a
Issue Many people with disabilities do not work full time or have a job at all. This includes many people
Summary The Arc Minnesota believes people with disabilities must have informed choice among a wide range of inclusive daytime opportunities.