Broadway may be dark amid the pandemic, but AHRC New York City’s Our Broadway group managed to perform an abridged version of The Wizard of Oz virtually.
AHRC NYC Telehealth Program Is Perfectly Timed: Cerebral Palsy Associations of NYS Grant Paves the Way
A timely telehealth grant is providing hundreds of vulnerable New Yorkers with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) with access to an emergency room doctor from an AHRC New York City group residence amid the Coronavirus outbreak, without the stress of having to go to a hospital or urgent care and risk exposure.
AHRC NYC is proud to work with dozens of volunteers in a multitude of disciplines throughout the year. These dedicated volunteers have continued to support people with developmental disabilities in the face of the COVID-19 crisis. Here are some of their stories.
When Samantha Cheung moved into her new home, she was, at first, unhappy, but when the residential staff began to use person-centered planning to support her wishes, she changed her mind.
The Fall 2019 edition of Autism Spectrum News features an article written by Lynn Berman, Media Consultant for AHRC New York City, about a partnership between AHRC New York City and Salesforce that provides meaningful work to adults on the autism spectrum.