CRANSTON, R.I. (WPRI) - The Cranston Arc organization was started back in the 1940s and has over 30 locations throughout Rhode Island. They help people with and without disabilities get integrated into society.
The multi-service agency supports about 600 people a year of all ages and disabilities.
"The rewards that you get working with people with disabilities are really hard to explain. You almost have to experience it," said Thomas Kane, President and CEO at Cranston Arc.
The non-profit organization provides services and programs to participants, including employment opportunities, day service programs, residential help, treatments and much more.
"When you support a lot of people, people have different interests, different needs and you want to make sure you're going to provide a program that really meets what people want."
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"There are over 30 full and part time positions available. Probably our largest number of positions are in our day and residential programs - being direct support professionals.
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