Marco Damiani, CEO of AHRC New York City, was honored with the David B. Kriser Medal from NYU’s College of Dentistry at its 2019 commencement ceremony.
Staff members, Board members, and self-advocates from several AHRC NYC programs visited with legislators in Albany and Washington D.C. to make their voices heard.
Students from Kingsborough Community College's Career Services program visited two AHRC NYC facilities.
AHRC New York will be sponsoring an additional Wings event at Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) on Saturday, May 18th, 2019 at 10:00 am.
A Direct Support Professional sprang into action to assist a resident in need.
The Seventh Annual Pace University Celebration of People with Disabilities in Film included heartfelt discussions, musical performances, and a variety of short movies.
On April 27th, Spectrum News NY 1 published a story about artist, Joe DeCandido, who is a student of AHRC NYC's Melissa Riggio Higher Education Program at the College of Staten Island.
AHRC New York City's Chief Financial Officer, Amy West, wrote an article that was published in the April 2019 edition of The CPA Journal, including insights into how non-profits can embrace data-driven decision making to test different strategies to see what is truly effective, as analytics technologies become more affordable.
An art exhibition featuring Timotheus Davis, Devona Gamble, and Oswald James from AHRC Fisher Day Center will be on display at the Poe Park Visitors Center through April 27, 2019.
Delta Airlines and AHRC NYC Education Department Partner for 6th Annual Wings for Autism Airport Rehearsal Event
For the 6th consecutive year, AHRC NYC collaborated with Delta Airlines, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and the TSA to hold Wings for Autism at LaGuardia airport
A free workshop for parents/caregivers and professionals to meet with Care Design NY leadership, learn what the transition to Medicaid managed care means to you, and ask your questions about CAREdesign NY.
AHRC New York City's 70th Annual Dinner was held on Saturday, April 13, 2019 at the Grand Hyatt New York.
AHRC New York City’s Brooklyn TBI program held its third annual Brain Injury Awareness Day seminar on Thursday, March 28th.
VISIONS Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired honored AHRC New York City with its Diversity and Inclusion Award at a networking breakfast on Friday, March 22.
We thank the sponsors of AHRC New York City's 70th Annual Dinner for their support of our mission, and for celebrating 7 decades of service with us.
In remembrance of Natalie Golub....
The April 7th, 2019 edition of the NY Post includes an article about Daivergent, a company whose online remote workforce platform targets candidates on the spectrum with an ability to focus on very precise, repetitive tasks.
Employees from the KIND snack company visited AHRC NYC's Walter and Evelyn Redfield Center to work with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities on a variety of craft projects.
The Spring 2019 edition of Autism Spectrum News features an article written by AHRC New York City's Christina Muccioli, SDA, MSEd, Mary Donahue, PhD, and John Goodson, MA, regarding the use of behavior skills training to achieve staff proficiency in the use of PECS.
The Spring 2019 edition of Behavioral Health News features an article written by AHRC New York City's Chief Program Officer, Elizabeth Lynam and Vice President of Residential Services, Monica Santos. Stressing proven and effective solutions in caring for an increasing number of people with I/DD over the age of 65, the article underlines the responsibilities of provider organizations to focus on social determinants of health and supporting meaningful social roles as well as promoting whole person-centered planning and support.
On Friday, March 8th, four of the five borough-based developmental disabilities councils held Legislative Breakfasts highlighting pressing issues affecting families and professionals in this field.
Daivergent works with service providers such as AHRC New York City to connect companies with employees who have a unique aptitude for jobs that demand complex and often monotonous data management tasks.
Famous 3-D Pop Artist, Charles Fazzino has announced his partnership with AHRC New York City as Official Artist for the AHRC New York City 70th Anniversary and Annual Dinner.
Joe Zubin, alumni of AHRC New York City’s Melissa Riggio Higher Education Program at Kingsborough Community College is featured in a story from News 12 Brooklyn, speaking about his experiences at the school and the opportunities that his education has led to in his life.
ReelAbilities Film Festival New York brings communities together to explore, discuss, embrace, and celebrate thediversity of our shared human experience. See an incredible assortment of short films, features, and documentaries chronicling the diverse lives of people with disabilities.