Gardeners supported by AHRC New York City have helped to create beautiful community gardens for a long time, through partnerships with the New York Restoration Project, Battery Urban Farm, Project GreenUP, New Roots, Million Trees NYC, the Trilok School Garden, and Trans Pecos.
Community Support Professional, Melanie Freeman helps people with disabilities to accomplish their goals through meaningful experiences in the community.
In this FREE presentation, parents will learn how their loved ones with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) can implement supported decision-making for legal, financial and medical decisions.
Film Editor, Christine Simon visited the Film Lover’s Club to share her expertise about editing for television, using examples from her editing portfolio.
This FREE workshop will help you discover what is available and how you can access supports for your loved one with an intellectual or other developmental disability.
Thanks to a partnership with BCCO NYC, an exciting new job training opportunity is underway at AHRC New York City's Betty Pendler New York League.
Lina Vezzani-Katano supports artists at AHRC NYC's Kings Highway Adult Day Center in a number of ways.
Community Support Professional, Nixon Darbouze works to teach self-advocates with disabilities about their rights and opportunities.
The Augmented and Alternative Communication group at AHRC New York City's Betty Pendler New York League is using technology to express themselves and to communicate.
Community Support Professional, Peter Doherty, brings his knowledge of service, volunteering, and professionalism to work each day.
The B’lynx Art Cart continues to be a hit wherever it goes.
Kings Highway Day Center Maintenance Worker, Brian Kvitelman loves his job and his coworkers, and recently nominated several staff at KHDC to receive City Council Citations to honor their community work.
Hindou Kane, Job Coach, AHRC New York City, supports the workers of Hudson River Services to improve work skills and contribute to their community.
Hurricane Harvey Chapter Update This update comes from Stephen Sauer, Executive Director, Arc of Greater New Orleans - September 6, 2017 The good news is that we suffered only a little inconvenience and some loss of [...]
Read this New York Times article about New York City's new model of integrated care for its mental health programs affecting children and adolescents. Patients and their families will now access to a variety of consolidated [...]
For nearly six years, volunteers from AHRC New York City have cultivated a strong community partnership with the Trilok School Garden.
In 2006, AHRC New York City's, Assistant Executive Director, Steve Towler established the Seniors Without Walls program, to ensure that seniors supported through our organization's services would receive as many opportunities to enjoy retirement as possible.
The Lodge welcomed members of AHRC New York City's Board of Directors, the Camping Committee and administrative staff on Monday, August 14th, for their annual visit to camp.
Eclectic performances and inspiring art from AHRC NYC programs, community partners, and staff members wowed attendees at the Inside/Outside Exhibit at the Queens Museum on Friday, August 11th.
The following message is from Laura J. Kennedy, President, NYSARC, Inc. Dear Family Members and Friends, During the last ten years, it has become increasingly difficult for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to secure [...]
Regional Centers for Workforce Transformation and AHRC NYC's Staff Training Department partnered to present the Working with Families Symposium at AHRC NYC Headquarters.
On Tuesday, July 18, 2017, students from the University of Tokyo received a hands-on look at how children with disabilities learn at AHRC Middle High School.
AHRC NYC's Steve Towler and Belma Dautovic provided visitors with a tour of Fort Totten, one of many facilities across the city employing people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities.
The success of AHRC New York City's mission rests with the men and women who directly support the people served by our organization in living their lives each and every day.
In the heart of the Theater District on West 50th Street's Jerry Orbach Theater, over 15 performers sang songs from the Broadway canon and the Great American Songbook.