Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Adult Day Services staff members have been working in AHRC NYC residences to provide essential support to people who live there and to assist those that take care of them.
Residential Services staff members across the city have exhibited courage, grace, and kindness as they support hundreds of people with I/DD during the COVID-19 crisis.
Groups from Rhode Island and Florida such as Operation Christmas Child have worked to deliver homemade travel masks for Direct Support Professionals, and members of the AHRC NYC family who are based in other states have used their connections to create PPE for AHRC NYC staff.
Wallie Hawkins's indomitable spirit shined through when he returned to AHRC NYC's Munson residence after he battled and recovered from COVID-19.
Maintaining the education of students with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic presented challenges to the staff of AHRC NYC’s preschools and school-age programs, but despite the challenges, remote learning is underway!
Jerrod Ulysse is one of many Community Support Professionals who have transitioned to supporting people directly in their homes at AHRC NYC residences in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis. He is amazed at how quickly he became part of the AHRC NYC residential family.
AHRC New York City’s dedicated IT professionals have enabled AHRC NYC staff to operate electronically and securely in the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak. We are proud of this exceptional team!
AHRC New York City’s Residential Services staff has exceeded the call of duty since the beginning of the Coronavirus crisis in New York City.
The crew of AHRC NYC TV News is finding a passion for journalism, and learning tricks of the trade from its founder, Edwardo Grispo.
AHRC New York City was recognized as the Nonprofit of the Night at the Brooklyn Nets game held on January 31, 2020.
The 40th Anniversary Thurman Munson Awards Dinner supporting the AHRC New York City Foundation brought together world-class athletes, sports and local media figures, New York City business leaders, and people supported by and employed by AHRC NYC in a night dedicated to the memory of one the city’s most legendary sportsmen.
AHRC New York City expressed its gratitude to hundreds of staff members celebrating longevity milestones and continuous excellence in their daily work with its first annual Staff Recognition Day.
AHRC New York City hosted legislators, self-advocates, and parents in meetings held in each borough during November and December 2019.
Self-Advocates from AHRC NYC toured the Jay Street-MetroTech subway station in downtown Brooklyn to experience the station's new accessibility features.
Betty Pendler New York League rang in the holidays with a festival of music and dance at the historic Nuyorican Poets Café in Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
With its 70th Anniversary Meeting from November 14th through November 16th, The Arc New York celebrated seven decades of supporting people with I/DD and their families.
AHRC NYC and HSBC have entered into a partnership that will create volunteering and other opportunities for HSBC employees, working with AHRC NYC employees, and people supported by AHRC NYC programs.
Artists supported through AHRC NYC programs exhibited their artwork in The Other Art Fair, held at the Brooklyn Expo Center in the Greenpoint neighborhood in Brooklyn from November 8th - November 10th.
After years of financial struggle, Walter now has a stable home, people who know and care about him, and a neighborhood where he belongs, at AHRC NYC's Parkside Terrace.
New York State Senator Andrew Gounardes visited AHRC NYC’s Brooklyn Blue Feather Elementary School on October 15th, touring the school, meeting students, teachers, staff, and parents, and presenting a check for $25,000 from funding he secured in this year’s state budget.
AHRC NYC at The Arc’s 2019 National Convention; Dr. Harriet Golden Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
AHRC New York City had a number of presenters at The Arc's National Conference, as well as honoree, Harriet Golden who received the organization's Lifetime Achievement Award.
Four honorees were celebrated at the annual Friends of Asha Niketan luncheon in Coney Island.
Marco Damiani discusses the history of the NYU Dentistry Oral Health Center for People with Disabilities with host, Amr Moursi, DDS, PhD, during an interview on Sirius XM’s Doctor Radio.
Meet some of the Direct Support Professionals who work to provide quality services to the residents of AHRC NYC’s Mitchell and Susan Bloomberg Apartments.
Counselors serve a vital role, creating unforgettable memories each summer with guests of AHRC NYC's upstate camps.