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dateDecember 27, 2019 userPosted by:

2019 at ASN: A year to be proud of

You’ve probably heard by now that it is Holiday Season in the world of nonprofits, also known as End-of-Year. There’s a strong likelihood that you’ve received 20 or more emails, postcards, social media posts, and/or phone calls to tell you how important your support is this time of year. And it’s true, your support is

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dateJanuary 24, 2019 userPosted by:

Election Day with Dallas & Jim

At Arkansas Support Network, the relationships formed between our staff and those we support are invaluable.  On November 3rd, Dallas voted for the first time with his support staff, Jim.  Jim was so happy for Dallas and his new milestone that he wanted to share the experience with everyone. Jim: Dallas went to a self

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dateDecember 27, 2018 userPosted by:

Finishing Strong- What Can We Achieve Together?

As a friend and supporter of Arkansas Support Network, you know that our mission is to recognize and support every person’s right to be included in the life of the community. However, you may not know the impact your support has on your neighbors and community members who rely on ASN’s assistance to live active,

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dateJuly 30, 2018 userPosted by:

Arkansas Support Network 25th Annual Honors Luncheon (July 18, 2018)

Thirty years ago, it  began with a dream, a cause that couldn’t be ignored, and remarkable perseverance. Six mothers came together to combat the ideology that individuals with disabilities need to be placed in institutions. These brave women worked tirelessly to teach the opposite; that when people with disabilities are put in the heart of

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dateJuly 12, 2018 userPosted by:

Meet Brent Barker!

In less than a week, Arkansas Support Network (ASN) is celebrating its 30th Anniversary during our 25th Annual Honors Luncheon.  For 30 years, we have partnered with hundreds of families to ensure access to quality of life for those who have developmental disabilities.  Our mission has involved educating Arkansas communities about the value of cultivating

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