Fordham Graduate School of Social Service invites you to a forum that addresses the needs and potential of the intellectually disabled in New York City.
TechnoStart is a 12-week program which teaches critical modern computer skills to prepare people for a changing work environment.
Through the use of virtual reality equipment now available at AHRC Middle / High School, students have new opportunities to learn using high-tech simulations.
This workshop will explore the different options available for children, teens, and adults with developmental disabilities to have fun.
AHRC New York City's Bronx TBI program was the recipient of an award from Helen Keller Services for the Blind.
Join us for a FREE discussion recognizing and acknowledging the sexuality of people with developmental disabilities and enabling healthy expression of this essential human need.
For young people with autism, Wings for Autism offers an invaluable opportunity to become acclimated to a daunting but necessary part of life: airline travel.
On Friday, April 21st, 2017, Social Work Interns gathered on the penthouse floor of AHRC New York City Headquarters to attend a luncheon held in their honor.
Dedicated to improving community connections through art, B'Lynx visited AHRC NYC's Brooklyn Blue Feather Elementary to get creative.
Jamie Dolan was invited to speak at the World Down Syndrome Day Conference held at the United Nations,
The Arc of New Jersey presents a program of entertaining and memorable short films featuring people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, in partnership with the Sprout Film Festival!
AHRC NYC's Astoria Blue Feather Early Learning Center received a full remodel during spring break, thanks to a group of genrous volunteers.
The Pace University Film Festival Marathon celebrating people with disabilities featured inspiring stories, thoughtful discussion, and plenty of laughs and tears.
Self-advocates receiving services through AHRC NYC traveled to Albany to meet with their legislators, to discuss their opinions and to affect change.
We are pleased to bring you the second edition of Speaking Up for What Matters, AHRC NYC's publication which highlights the efforts of people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities as they speak up for themselves, define their own life goals, and engage with their communities.
This presentation will focus on the transition from school to adult services in NYC for youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The discussion will cover all available Day and Employment Services, and will provide information on how one can secure services in the Bronx.
Artist Cory Tyler has been making traditional artwork for all of his life. Thanks to new technologies available through AHRC NYC's ArTech, he now has a whole new medium to use when he creates.
United Cerebral Palsy of New York City will now be known as ADAPT Community Network
Sibling Matters is a newsletter developed by the Sibling Committee of AHRC NYC for siblings of people with intellectual or developmental disabilities, as a source of information for siblings.
Join us on Saturday, May 20, 2017 for AHRC New York City's 68th Annual Dinner!
Artist, Elvin Flores exhibited a collection of his artwork in Sunnyside, Queens. Family, friends, and AHRC NYC staff joined in the celebration.
Self-advocates from AHRC NYC, design studio Second Marriage, and the Center for Urban Pedagogy have collaborated to create a Guide to independent living for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, through CUP’s Making Policy Public program.
Hundreds of concerned self-advocates, parents, professionals, legislators, and more rallied to support the #BFair2DirectCare initiative in Brooklyn on Friday, February 3rd.
DSPs deserve a living wage, but without support from Governor Cuomo, many of these professionals will be forced to find other work outside of the disabilities services field, leaving a void in the care of people with disabilities.
Djsaniuka Pierre is the final stages of creating her first large scale mural, the centerpiece of a restroom remodeling project at a school in Washington Heights.