The Everybody Counts Program was established in 1984 as an elementary school program that taught 1st -8th-grade students about individuals with different intellectual and developmental differences. The program was created to help students understand a variety of diagnoses, how to aid classmates with certain differences, acceptance, and how to advocate for their peers with I/DDs.
- Point/Arc’s Summer Work Experience produces real fruits — and vegetables — for students’ labor
- Covington Police take on nonprofit in kickball
- Kentucky Colonels award $11k grant to Scheben Care Center to purchase vehicle for Medicaid program
- Operation Sweet Treat makes stop at Point/ARC with 50-case donation of cookies from Girl Scouts
- Op-ed: He arrived at The Point/Arc by accident — literally