A guide for families and individuals to successfully transition from an education-based support system to adult services provided for those 21 and older.
Hi, My name is Rebecca, but I like to be called Becca. I’m 48 years old and have been involved with Bello Machre since 2003.
Eric’s story is a journey of resilience, courage, and the unwavering human spirit. Eric, who was born with Down Syndrome and intellectual disabilities, has faced many challenges in his life – from battling cancer to coping with the devastating loss of his beloved brother.
All people should have access to a safe job and working environment in which they feel part of a team. Inclusion of all people, including individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, strengthens our communities, businesses, and economy at large.
Bello Machre provides a guide for Maryland families searching for services and supports for their loved ones with intellectual & developmental disabilities.
Bello Machre shares important information for families creating financial plans to support the future needs of loved ones with disabilities. Learn more.
Approximately 1 in 36 children in the U.S. is diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A complex neurodevelopmental spectrum disorder, autism impacts each individual differently. Some people with autism live independently with little to no support, others require select services and support, and some require significant…
What you need to know to become a DSP. If you want a meaningful job with good pay, benefits, shifts that fit your lifestyle, & professional growth, read on.
Kelly Sigmon, a member of Bello Machre’s Meaningful Day Services, was recently featured on CBS Baltimore alongside her business, Kelly’s Homemades!
Learn about the benefits of donating your Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) with a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD).