The Canarsie Courier has published an article about New York State Senator Andrew Gounardes's recent visit to AHRC New York City's Brooklyn Blue Feather Elelmentary School, to meet with teachers, students, and parents.
Aiyanna Burris, Markel Cardona-Cruz, Jermaine Larmon, and Tiana Harbour secured seasonal work at the U.S Open through AHRC New York City’s Pathway to Employment program.
On Saturday, September 21st the staff and residents of AHRC NYC's Fineson IRA bid a fond farewell to summer with an end-of-summer backyard blow-out!
Join us as we celebrate and support the creative expressions of the artists of AHRC NYC's ArTech Collective, who were selected to display their work at The Other Art Fair, the prestigious independent artist showcase, returning for its Fall edition from November 7th through the 11th at the Brooklyn Expo Center.
The Staten Island Advance has announced an upcoming art exhibition in an article about the artist, Joe DeCandido, a graduate of AHRC NYC’s Melissa Riggio Higher Education Program at the College of Staten Island. His college experience provided opportunities for Joe to make the most of his artistic talents.
Please join Marco Damiani and Betsy Lynam on November 20th for an AHRC NYC Town Hall.
Please join Marco Damiani and Betsy Lynam on November 12th for an AHRC NYC Town Hall.
Please join Marco Damiani and Betsy Lynam on November 6th for an AHRC NYC Town Hall.
Please join Marco Damiani and Betsy Lynam on October 22nd for an AHRC NYC Town Hall.
Please join Marco Damiani and Betsy Lynam on October 17th for an AHRC NYC Town Hall.
Join us at John Jay College to learn about college opportunities for high school students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) and their families
Patch.com has featured an article about a recent international visit to an AHRC NYC program by members of SHEKEL-Inclusion for People with Disabilities, a, I/DD service provider in Israel.
eParent.com has featured an article about NYU College of Dentistry's new Oral Health Center for People with Disabilities.
A NY Post article extols the benefits that companies can reap when they employ people with disabilities, and includes the story of Jimmy Leahy, who has thrived in his position as a janitor for AHRC NYC's Hudson River Services.
The August 2019 New York Restoration Project Newsletter features an article about Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's recent tour of community gardens in the Bronx. AHRC New York City's Howie Stone Adult Day Center was among the Gardens for the City projects that she visited.
People volunteering through AHRC NYC's Day Hab Without Walls program were recognized for their work with The Momentum Project.
On August 6, four people receiving services at Stephen B. Siegel Adult Day Service receieved a tour of the NYPD 61st Precinct.
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.