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.
As reported by the Queens Chronicle, AHRC New York City (AHRC NYC), with an eye toward the future, announced the sale of its longtime Cyril Weinberg Center headquarters at 32-03 39 Ave. in Long Island City; and an adjacent parcel at 31-17 39 Ave.
We thank the sponsors of AHRC New York City's 73rd Anniversary Celebration for their support of our mission and our front-line staff.
Monika and Barbara’s story is one of many who individually and as a family unit are impacted by the lack of comprehensive sexuality education in the disability community.
As reported by Real Estate Weekly, AHRC NYC and their broker Denham Wolf Real Estate Services announced the sale of 32-03 and 31-17 39th Avenue. All monies from sale of the building will be re-invested by AHRC NYC in the acquisition, renovation and maintenance of new sites in accordance with government regulatory guidance.
We congratulate the graduates of the Melissa Riggio Higher Education Program at four campuses of the City University of New York.
City Dads Group posted an article about a comic book series created by Jake, an AHRC NYC Elementary School student, and his dad, Led, which enables the father/son duo to collaborate creatively while spotlighting the uniqueness of each person, regardless of their ability/disability.
AHRC NYC’s 73rd Annual Meeting presented the admirable accomplishments of eight neurodiverse people while looking back on another successful year providing the highest quality supports and the exciting opportunities lying ahead.
Courtesy of AHRC NYC's Corporate Partner, Capital One, a virtual game of Financial Jeopardy was adapted to promote learning financial literacy in a fun way for people with disabilities.
Since 2014, Dawnrae Prescott has worked at the Brooklyn Museum as a coat checker & more recently as a ticket taker. Employment has boosted her confidence & pride. She loves the job and& her co-workers.
silive: A Staten Island self-taught artist gets national attention, and won’t let a disability stop him
Silive.com profiles ArTech Collective artist, Rayed Mohamed and his expansive portfolio.
AHRC NYC's 73rd Anniversary Celebration recognized the perseverance and commitment of every AHRC NYC stakeholder after the most challenging two years in memory.
Gardening initiatives organized in concert with AHRC NYC's community and corporate partners took place throughout multiple service locations.
AHRC NYC unequivocally condemns the inhumane acts of violence shown by the shootings in Buffalo, NY, and Uvalde, TX, and we implore our national leaders to enact legislation that will end this constant cycle of tragedy.
Guangzhou, China native, Bin Feng celebrates his homeland through his remarkable artwork, using traditional Chinese techniques and imagery to create works that have earned placements in prestigious exhibitions and fairs.
Disability Rights Activist Willie Mae Goodman at Community Block Party Celebrates People with Developmental Disabilities Living Independently in New York State
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.