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 11. The showcase, which is in its second year, carries an anti-bullying [...]
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.
Celebrating the successes of our Brooklyn and Bronx College programs
Gary Lind received the Advocacy Award at an awards reception held by Autism Spectrum News and Behavioral Health News.
The Senate released their revised Better Care Reconciliation Act last week, but it still includes devastating Medicaid cuts that would have profoundly negative consequences for the Medicaid program and services for people with developmental disabilities.
Employees of Forbes shared their expertise with people from AHRC NYC as part of the magazine's Day of Service.
Thousands of people with disabilities and friends joined together in New York City on Sunday, July 9, 2017, to celebrate and embrace inclusion, awareness, and disability.
AHRC Middle High School's graduation ceremony was held on Wednesday, June 28, 2017, in the Regina Pacis Basilica Chapel.
ArTech at AHRC New York City's Howie Stone Adult Day Center hosted its first life drawing session on Tuesday, June 13th.
Celebrating the students of AHRC New York City's Melissa Riggio Higher Education Programs at BMCC and CSI
AHRC New York City's 68th Annual Meeting provided an opportunity to celebrate the people who receive its services and supports, staff members, and families, following another successful year.
The B'Lynx Art Cart made its official debut on Friday, May 19th with a crafts party at Art Cafe + Bar in Crown Heights.
Contestants thrilled and enlightened audience members at the Third Annual 2017 "Get To Know Me Pageant,"
AHRC New York City held a workshop to provide families with insights about Dating, Sex, and Disability.
People participating in AHRC New York City's Day Habilitation without Walls program gathered at the Stapleton Library on Staten Island, as part of Tech Group, an ongoing effort to learn about new technologies
AHRC New York City's 68th Annual Dinner was held on Saturday, May 20, at the Grand Hyatt New York
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.
AHRC New York City held a job fair at Lehman College in partnership with the school and New York City Council members from the Bronx.
AHRC New York City's Bronx TBI program was the recipient of an award from Helen Keller Services for the Blind.