A summertime barbecue in Prospect Park with AHRC NYC's Church Avenue.
We are proud to share this profile of AHRC New York City's Chief Executive Officer, Marco R. Damiani, which was recently published on americanhealthcareleader.com, entitled "Marco Damiani Works on Behalf of All Patients."
Over the past month, musicians from AHRC NYC's Far Rockaway Adult Day Center have been collaborating with The Blue Bus Project, on an exciting new music initiative.
Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez made an impromptu visit to the Howie Stone Adult Day Center and ArTech today while she was touring community gardens across her district in the Bronx. Her tour will be featured tonight on NY1 at 7:00 p.m.; please tune in!
AHRC New York City's Chief Executive Officer, Marco R. Damiani, wrote an article for Forbes.com entitled "How To Expand Higher Education And Workplace Opportunities For People With Disabilities."
Huffpost.com has published a story about Asante Breland and Miguel Mondesir, two of 75 people with I/DD who found employment at Barclays Center through AHRC New York City's Employment and Business Services.
AHRC New York City collaborated with Dunn Development Corp, and OPWDD to develop Parkside Terrace, an affordable housing project that 12 people with developmental disabilities now call home.
In May, Mother Nature provided a warm and breezy afternoon for the annual Agovino Friends and Family Picnic.
World-famous artist, Yoko Ono has installed five large-scale public works, entitled The Reflection Project, on different buildings in lower Manhattan, including at AHRC NYC's 83 Maiden Lane headquarters.
Artists from AHRC NYC's Kings Higway Day Center created a variety of stuffed animals and dolls, which were donated to Koutsochero Refugee Camp in northern Greece.
Nearly 30 families participated in Wings for All®, hosted by AHRC NYC, The Arc, United Airlines and the Transportation Security Administration.
Yahoo! Finance published a story about Marco Damiani's receipt of NYU's David B. Kriser Medal from the university's College of Dentistry.
The Staten Island Advance has published a video about artist, Joe DeCandido, a graduate of AHRC NYC’s Melissa Riggio Higher Education Program at the College of Staten Island.
AHRC NYC's Camping and Recreational Services’s Outdoor Adventure Club enjoyed its first camping trip at Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn.
AHRC New York will be sponsoring an additional Wings event at Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) on Saturday, May 18th, 2019 at 10:00 am.
On April 27th, Spectrum News NY 1 published a story about artist, Joe DeCandido, who is a student of AHRC NYC's Melissa Riggio Higher Education Program at the College of Staten Island.
AHRC New York City's Chief Financial Officer, Amy West, wrote an article that was published in the April 2019 edition of The CPA Journal, including insights into how non-profits can embrace data-driven decision making to test different strategies to see what is truly effective, as analytics technologies become more affordable.
Delta Airlines and AHRC NYC Education Department Partner for 6th Annual Wings for Autism Airport Rehearsal Event
For the 6th consecutive year, AHRC NYC collaborated with Delta Airlines, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and the TSA to hold Wings for Autism at LaGuardia airport
We thank the sponsors of AHRC New York City's 70th Annual Dinner for their support of our mission, and for celebrating 7 decades of service with us.
In remembrance of Natalie Golub....
The April 7th, 2019 edition of the NY Post includes an article about Daivergent, a company whose online remote workforce platform targets candidates on the spectrum with an ability to focus on very precise, repetitive tasks.
The Spring 2019 edition of Autism Spectrum News features an article written by AHRC New York City's Christina Muccioli, SDA, MSEd, Mary Donahue, PhD, and John Goodson, MA, regarding the use of behavior skills training to achieve staff proficiency in the use of PECS.
The Spring 2019 edition of Behavioral Health News features an article written by AHRC New York City's Chief Program Officer, Elizabeth Lynam and Vice President of Residential Services, Monica Santos. Stressing proven and effective solutions in caring for an increasing number of people with I/DD over the age of 65, the article underlines the responsibilities of provider organizations to focus on social determinants of health and supporting meaningful social roles as well as promoting whole person-centered planning and support.
On Friday, March 8th, four of the five borough-based developmental disabilities councils held Legislative Breakfasts highlighting pressing issues affecting families and professionals in this field.
Famous 3-D Pop Artist, Charles Fazzino has announced his partnership with AHRC New York City as Official Artist for the AHRC New York City 70th Anniversary and Annual Dinner.