AHRC NYC CEO Marco Damiani and Board Member Germaine Laviscount Scott at a block party planned by ADAPT Community Services to celebrate 50 years of advocacy since Geraldo Rivera’s expose on Willowbrook in 1972.
We congratulate Marco Damiani for his receipt of Pace University's Opportunitas in Action Award, in recognition of a leader who has been an innovative thinker and has made positive contributions to the community in the spirit of the University's motto Opportunitas.
Marco Damiani, CEO of AHRC New York City was one of 40 men honored on Schneps Media’s Bronx A List on April 28th.
The Brooklyn Reporter published an article about Jake Bradshaw, a student at AHRC NYC's Brooklyn Blue Feather Elementary School who created a comic book with his father to tell stories using relatable scenarios that are common to individuals on the autism spectrum.
Rethinking the significance of why we exist, what we do, and how we do it, AHRC New York City has updated our look and refined our credo.
NYSARC Trust Services also awarded AHRC NYC, $18,000 to support new recreational opportunities and enrich the lives of the more than 1,100 individuals it serves.
The Forbes Nonprofit Council, including AHRC NYC's CEO, Marco Damiani, provides suggestions on what nonprofit leaders can do to show their gratitude for the work being done by employees and volunteers.
Marco Damiani, CEO of AHRC New York City, was a guest on WFAN’s PSA Program hosted by Bob Salter, discussing a wide range of issues affecting the field of disabilities services.
New York baseball figures were honored at the 42nd annual Thurman Munson Awards: former Yankees reliever Jeff Nelson and former Mets outfielder Mookie Wilson.
We recognize the full humanity of people with disabilities and support them in living lives of their choosing. Join us by becoming a Member today!
A NY Times review of the recent OutSider Art Fair included a mention of two artists who are a part of AHRC New York City's ArTech Collective, which provides opportunities for artists to develop and express themselves creatively through inclusive, innovative, & accessible approaches to traditional & new media.
Social inclusion is all about the quality of relationships, including friendships and community connectedness. Comprehensive relationship and sexual health education is how we help students with disabilities get there.
Following Forbes.com's recent listing of "America's Best Employers" advisoryboard.com has distilled the list to highlight the "best midsize health care employers" including AHRC New York City, which ranked at 217 of 500 companies on this year’s list and 7th in the healthcare and social industry.
A message from AHRC New York City’s Board President, Raymond Ferrigno
On February 10, 2022, AHRC New York City was named one of Forbes America's Best Midsize Employers for a second consecutive year.
The College of Staten Island/CUNY is marking 2022 as "The Year of Willowbrook"a year of public programming to commemorate several significant Willowbrook anniversaries.
Ray Ferrigno, President of AHRC NYC's Board of Directors, writes to recognize the indelible imprint that William Fritz, president of the College of Staten will leave when he retires.
New York City families of children with disabilities are urging Governor Kathy Hochul to sign Bill S6516