The Arc of Loudoun
601 Catoctin Circle, NE
Leesburg, VA 20176
Nonprofit serving people with disabilities and their families
Founded in 1967, The Arc of Loudoun advocates for, educates, serves, and supports people with disabilities and their families. Through its five primary programs—Ability Fitness Center, A Life Like Yours (ALLY) Advocacy Center, Aurora Behavior Clinic, The Aurora School, and Open Door Learning Center preschool—The Arc of Loudoun strives to bring about a just, equitable world for people with disabilities.
Inclusive preschool for children ages 2-7 with and without disabilities; a fitness center for people who have survived stroke, spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, or have neurological disorders including cerebral palsy, down syndrome, Parkinson’s disease; a behavior clinic for children ages 2 – 22 with Autism and other intellectual and development disabilities who need 1:1 Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) there, social skills development, functional analysis and assessment, behavior plan development, IEP consultations, and diagnosis assistance; a private school for children ages 5 – 22 primarily with severe Autism and other disabilities; and advocacy support, resource referrals for local, state, and federal-level support, emergency financial assistance, recreational activities and events, systemic advocacy and awareness, and workshops and training opportunities for people with disabilities and their families.
People with disabilities, their families, caregivers, professionals who work with them, community members who want to make a difference, businesses who want to partner with us, human resources managers to be an extension of their employees who have loved ones with special needs, people who want to volunteer