The Arc of Texas works with Texans with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and their families to identify barriers to and solutions for inclusive education, competitive integrated employment, quality community-based services and supports, and access to civil rights and justice. As a statewide membership organization, we know that Texans with IDD and their families are the best source for achievable solutions.
The Arc of Texas staff, volunteers, and members work tirelessly every day to be the experts on IDD who you can trust.
Our experience and resources are available to Texans with IDD, their family members, allies, advocates, members, media, elected officials, and everyone who wants enhance the lives of all Texans with IDD.
The resources here are for informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice. If you suspect abuse, neglect, or exploitation, contact Statewide Intake at (800) 252-5400. Please call 9-1-1 or your local law enforcement for emergencies.
What is IDD?
Alternatives to Guardianship
I/DD Rather Be Working: An Employment Guide
A roadmap to understanding how you can work with your disability