People with intellectual and developmental disabilities want to work, make friends, learn and live in homes of their choosing and SEEC is here to help them achieve those dreams. Their assimilation in all aspects of community life in Montgomery County and Washington D.C. contributes to the diversity of our society and fosters a sense of commonality.

Our Impact


Employers partnering with SEEC to strengthen our community's workforce


People supported to be fully engaged in their communities


The percentage of people SEEC supports who earn income (as compared with national average of 20%)


Professionals statewide who have advanced their career development by participating in collaborations lead by SEEC

Follow Us on Social Media

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
#AmericansWithDisabilitiesAct #LIVEWORKTHRIVE

Comment on Facebook

Let's hope that it's not on SCOTUS' hit list.

2 days ago

... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

SEEC is a leader in the country in creating career pathways and training for DSPs. This work is recognized at the national level at the 20th Anniversary of the College of Direct Support/Elsevier learning platform. Our DSP II leaders and training team members, Ric Andrews and Anna Oldham as well as DSP II graduates Sam Opaluwa and Marie Bonnet were interviewed by Jerry Smith, Communications Director for Institute on Community Integration to talk about their experience and inspire others. ... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Great job SEEC! Congrats to all!

Such a wonderful film. Such brilliant colleagues!

This is amazing!!!!! Congrats!!!!

Congratulations! 🎉 Ogbadu S Opaluwa!!!

Thank you for blazing the trail for us!

View more comments

Load more

There are no upcoming events at this time.