The News-Press: Disabled Southwest Floridians wait years for Medicaid’s support services to achieve their dreams

The News-Press: Disabled Southwest Floridians wait years for Medicaid’s support services to achieve their dreams

Patricia Borns, Fort Myers News-Press Published March 28, 2019  Mouth-watering smells wafted from the oven as Eddie Clemons basted a roasting chicken while his wife Martha knitted at the dining room table. In their 60s, from hard beginnings, the Clemonses lucked into a lifetime of paid employment, a happy marriage,

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At 65, LARC sets new goals – From The Lehigh Acres Citizen

March 13, 2019 By KATIE EGAN (news@breezenewspapers.com) , Lehigh Acres Citizen Angela Katz says it’s a wonderful feeling for the community to come together and help make LARC’s latest endeavor a reality because they couldn’t have done it alone. “The individuals we serve are part of the community,” LARC’s director

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Aztec Gives Back to benefit Lab for Living

Aztec Plumbing and Drains, Inc. installed plumbing for LARC’s new Lab for Living at no cost to the non-profit on February 23, 2019. LAB (Learn, Achieve, Become) is a new experiential learning environment that transforms traditional program areas into spaces for innovation, vocation, demonstration and learning.  LAB layers 5 experiential

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LARC Celebrates 65 Years with New Programs

LARC, Inc. Celebrates 65th Anniversary of Serving Individuals with Developmental Disabilities Fundraising Campaign Supports New Learning Program Lee Association for Remarkable Citizens (LARC) is celebrating their 65th anniversary in Southwest Florida with a campaign to support an innovative educational program for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.   Established in 1954,

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Kevin Lewis Named LARC Executive Director

The Board of Directors of LARC, Inc., (Lee County Association of Remarkable Citizens) has announced the appointment of Kevin B. Lewis as their new Executive Director effective February 1st. Lewis succeeds Roger Bradley, who retired January 31st after a 31-year career with LARC.   LARC has been providing a range

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LARC, Inc. Launches New Website and Logo

LARC, Inc. recently launched its newly designed website, www.larcleecounty.org.  The new website serves as a resource for families and caregivers of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  Visitors to the website can donate online, and learn about the services that LARC offers in Southwest Florida.  Additionally, local businesses can discover

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