Business Networking Event for Special Needs Parents 2020

Business Networking Event for Special Needs Parents

Are you the parent of a child with special needs? Do you own or run a business OR have you thought about starting a business?

Then connect with fellow special needs parents and business owners, build your referral network, and share best practices at our networking event.

Where: ALLY Advocacy Center (Building #625) – Nora’s Room – 601 Catoctin Circle, NE, Leesburg, VA 20176


Next Chapter Book Club

The Next Chapter Book Club (NCBC) offers opportunities for people with cognitive or developmental disabilities to read and learn together, talk about books and make friends in a relaxed community setting.

Interested in joining? Please email Nyteisha Stith at 


Mondays; 6:30pm-8pm (check dates on flyer above)

At Rust Library’s Story Time Room

IMG_7250Finding ways to learn and participate in the community can be challenging for adults with intellectual disabilities.  The Next Chapter Book Club offers a great opportunity to do both and have fun.

What is it?  The Next Chapter Book Club (NCBC) offers opportunities for people with cognitive or developmental disabilities to read and learn together, talk about books and make friends in a relaxed, community setting. Each group is comprised of between five and eight people. The small size ensures that each participant feels valued, and facilitates the development of strong friendships between members. Anyone may join the club, regardless of reading level and abilities.  EVEN IF YOU CAN NOT READ, you can join this group! Club members take on active roles: together they decide which books to read and how they would like to structure their get-togethers. All meetings are held in local settings, such as coffee shops and the library and will take place the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month..

In partnership with the Loudoun County Public Library and generously funded by 100 Women Strong.

Interested in joining us?  Please contact Nyteisha at 703.777.1939 extension 200 or

iCanBike Camp 2020- June 22th-26th

The Arc of Loudoun has partnered with Tuscarora’s Husky Buddies Program to present iCanBike Camp! This is a program offered to help children with disabilities learn to ride a two-wheel bicycle independently.

June 22-26, 2019| 8:30am-5:00pm | Tuscarora High School 

Cost: $275

Bikers register online here.

Volunteers register online here.

In order to sign up, rider must meet ALL of below criteria:

  • Ages 8-18
  • Have a disability
  • Able to walk without assistive device
  • Willing and able to wear a properly fitted helmet
  • Parents must remain at camp at all times
  • Able to sidestep to both sides
  • Able to attend all 5 days
  • Maximum weight of 220 lbs
  • Minimum inseams of 20″ (measure from floor while reader is wearing sneakers)
  • Bring in own (approved) bike at at sessions

For any questions please e-mail Nyteisha Stith at 

iCan Bike 2018