Siblings experience a roller coaster ride of privileges, joys, and struggles. This free workshop will help us learn to be more empathetic to the unique experiences our siblings face.
Staff and people receiving services through AHRC New York City's Bush Terminal and Brooklyn TBI as they joined together to acknowledge Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
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.
SIDDC's Education Committee will hold a seminar with the leadership of the NYS Education Department on Tuesday, November 28th to provide an overview of the Blueprint for Improved Results for Students With Disabilities.
To provide families with information about next year’s transition to People First Care Coordination, OPWDD is hosting more regional public forums across the State. Forum details for New York City residents are included.
The Arc New York (formerly NYSARC, Inc.) held its first Board of Governors Meeting under its new brand from Thursday, October 26th through Saturday, October 28th, 2017.
AHRC New York City's Chief Financial Officer, Amy West discusses her career, what she looks for when hiring,
A number of very significant changes will take place over the next few years for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families in New York City and State, beginning in July 2018. Attend one of these upcoming Informational Sessions to learn about and to be prepared for these changes.
During the NDSS Leadership Summit, Jamie Dolan spent a day on Capitol Hill, visiting the offices of his Senate and Congressional representatives.
We are pleased to inform you that the AHRC New York City Board of Directors has announced the hiring of its next Executive Director, Marco R. Damiani, who has been selected to fill this position commencing December 2017.
We are pleased to present Recognizing Excellence, an AHRC NYC publication celebrating the vital work of Direct Support Professionals.
In this workshop, Pamela Boyle will explore sexuality as part of being human, and providing appropriate supports to benefit the whole person.
ALBANY, N.Y. - NYSARC, New York State’s largest nonprofit organization supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, has changed its name to The Arc New York.
AHRC New York City received the Corporate Citizen Award from the Brain Injury Association of New York State, (BIANYS,) at their 10th Annual Journey of Hope Gala
Register for the People First Care Coordination Forum in New York City
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.