Read the NY Post Article about AHRC NYC's Founder, Ann Greenberg who in 1948 placed a six-line classified ad in the New York Post inviting mothers of children with disabilities to help her to start a day nursery for their children.
The Arc is building a bigger, stronger movement of people with disabilities, parents, siblings, and allies to protect our civil rights and access to vital programs like Medicaid.
In July, students of AHRC NYC's Melissa Riggio Higher Education Program at the College of Staten Island received fire safety training from the Fire Department of New York's Fire Safety Education Unit.
In June, AHRC NYC's Project Search programs commenced with a special graduation ceremony.
AHRC NYC joined forces with dozens of other disability groups to mark the fourth annual Disability Pride Parade.
On Friday, July 20th, 2018, New York City Council Member, Diana Ayala visited AHRC New York City’s SHREDability headquarters.
AHRC NYC's CEO, Marco Damiani marks the 28th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, shining a spotlight on companies that hire people with disabilities and change lives for the better.
Communication Toolkit for Discovery is a fully customizable application that can allow to staff to better communicate with people they support.
Artists from Kings Highway Day Center had their work displayed at Lubna Choklat’s Foyer Vintage Store.
Over 400 people rallied to raise awareness of the crisis affecting special education schools.
AHRC New York City became one of the developmental disability groups to march in the LGBTQ Pride Parade.
We mark the 70th anniversary of the New York Post ad placed by Ann Greenberg, who was determined to help children with disabilities and their families.
After a series of visits, Ensemble Connect played at Carnegie Hall for people from AHRC NYC programs.
The 69th Annual Meeting honored people supported, staff members, and achievements from the past year.
On Friday, June 1, 2018, management staff from across the five boroughs of New York City came together to attend AHRC NYC’s First Annual Leadership Summit.
Marco Damiani, Chief Executive Officer of AHRC NYC, talks about his involvement in the field services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, recent changes in the field, and Partners Health Plan, (PHP).
Artist DJ Pierre excitedly debuted her custom-painted piano as part of the Sing for Hope project.
AHRC NYC on Broadway raised hundreds of dollars for charity during their spring performances of "Peter Pan."
Erin Riehle, the founder of Project SEARCH, visited multiple AHRC NYC sites during a three-day tour.
A new podcast recorded at Walter and Evelyn Redfield Center is a throwback to the past.
NBC's TV show George to the Rescue helped give AHRC Fisher Day Center a makeover!
Dr. Raymond Franzem, AHRC NYC’s Director of Internships, was honored at the Breaking Barriers Awards Luncheon, part of the Karen L. Gourgey Conference on Employment and Visual Impairment, Policy and Practice at Baruch College.
Congressman Dan Donovan visited an AHRC New York City residence in his home constituency of Staten Island.
Celebrating 10 Years and Five New Graduates of the Melissa Riggio Higher Education Program at the College of Staten Island
The Melissa Riggio Higher Education Program celebrated its 10-year anniversary and five new graduates.
On Saturday, April 28th, AHRC New York City, in collaboration with The Arc, Delta Airlines, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), held their 5th annual Wings for Autism event at LaGuardia International Airport.