A survivor shares her story about overcoming a traumatic sexual experience and realizing what she wants for herself as she continues into adulthood.
Tarlach Mac Niallis was memorialized in a Queens street renaming ceremony honoring his decades of activism and humanity.
Autism Spectrum News has published an article about a popular virtual Friday Night Dance Party hosted by staff from AHRC New York City's Camping and Recreational Services, which brings together people supported by the program to mingle and share their talents.
The College of Staten Island/CUNY, housed on the former site of the Willowbrook State School on Staten Island, New York, is marking 2022 as The Year of Willowbrook, a year of public programming to commemorate several significant Willowbrook anniversaries.
Sammy Guevara and Rebel from AEW visited with members of AHRC NYC's virtual wrestling discussion groups.
AHRC New York City and MoMA marked the culmination of a year-long collaboration, entitled “How Are You?”, with a ceremony at the Cullman Education Center on Sunday, December 5.
AHRC New York City's Third Leadership Summit brought thought-leaders and I/DD experts together with more than 400 managers from AHRC NYC to further their commitment to innovation, social justice, advocacy, and leadership excellence.
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.
Coworkers came together to honor Peter Doherty, a beloved team member of AHRC NYC who tragically passed away in August 2021.