Mom Prom is a ladies-only night out — so the pressure is off guys out there still awaiting an invitation from that special someone.
The Arc of Centre County’s inaugural soiree seeks to recapture the fun and excitement of the high school rite of passage without all of the pressure or teenage insecurities (i.e. men). And, like any self-respecting prom, the evening’s entertainment will feature a DJ, a photo booth and a silent auction.
This year’s theme? Helping others.
Becky Cunningham, CEO of The Arc, shared her thoughts on how one night on the town can help make a lifelong difference.
Home and community habilitation services are provided to enable persons with a disability to acquire or improve domestic, social, self-care, communication and other skills vital to living more independently in their community. Supportive employment services (Nittany Employment Services) assist persons in seeking community employment by focusing on job finding and job support. Community based work assessments, job searching, interviewing, on-the-job training and follow-along services are all avenues that NES utilizes to help persons secure, maintain and progress in their chosen career path.