The Arc of Greater Beaumont offers the following programs for teens and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The Arc provides monthly socialization and leisure services to adults ages 16 and up with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD). This program’s intent is to provide socialization and leisure opportunities to increase consumers ability to interact with peers and others in the community. Periodic field trips, dances, and community service projects are just some of the many ways Arc members can socialize with peers and experience fun leisure events in a safe supervised environment. Activities include, themed dances, bingo, karaoke, sports nights, and much more. Click here for details.
The Southeast Texas Self Advocates (SETX/SA) is an organization of Adults ages 18 and up with and without developmental disabilities run entirely by it’s members. The organization’s goal is to improve the quality of life for people living with disabilities in Southeast Texas through leadership, education, and community service opportunities. The organization is an affiliated chapter of the Texas Advocates and a program within The Arc of Texas and The Arc of Greater Beaumont. Click here for details.
This social group is for young adults ages 18 to 30 with high functioning autism spectrum disorder. The group meets twice a month and enjoys activities selected by the group. A great way for young adults with high functioning autism spectrum disorder to meet friends and learn social skills to help them live a happy, healthy, and successful life. Click here for details.