To ensure the health and safety of those we serve and our community, The Arc of Texas staff is working remotely. We are still available by email and phone at 1-800-252-9729 or 512-454-6694.

Our goal is that you experience as little disruption as possible, but please allow additional time to process any disbursement requests or new enrollments.

As we thaw from the winter storm, we will prioritize any requests for emergency funds.    We appreciate your understanding as we navigate this difficult situation alongside you.

Future Planning Tool

Planning ahead can help guide a person with an intellectual or developmental disability (I/DD) to lead a good life as independently as possible.
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Letters of Intent and Expressing Wishes for the Future

The Letter of Intent outlines information on daily needs, supports, and legal and financial matters of a person with an intellectual or developmental disability (I/DD).
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The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys

The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys provides a list of attorneys who are experts in disability benefits estate planning, wills, trusts, and special needs trusts. If an attorney has CELA next to their name they are a certified elder law attorney.
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The Texas Chapter of NAELA

The Texas Chapter of NAELA provides a list of attorneys who work in Texas.
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Texas Legal Services Center

will provide names of attorneys screened and will work at a reduced rate. Call them at 1-800-622-2520.
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ADA.gov

ADA.gov has information about the American Disabilities Act.
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Section508.gov

Section508.gov explains the requirement that federal government buy electronic and information technology that is accessible to people with disabilities.
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Annual Reports

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