Diego Francica's comic strips have attracted the attention of Andy London, an animation professor at CUNY-Hostos.
AHRC New York City has been awarded $181,000 in grants from the Trustee Management Board of NYSARC Trust Services to support its Guardianship Program.
AHRC New York City's 69th Annual Dinner was held on Saturday, May 5, 2018 at the Grand Hyatt New York.
The Disability Policy Seminar afforded nearly 1,000 people the opportunity to learn more about important legislative issues, make connections with their peers from around the country, and advocate for programs and services vital to maintaining their independence and quality of life.
AHRC New York City held an Employment & Business Services Gala on April 4th to recognize supported employment partners.
Students at AHRC Middle/High School (MHS) are preparing for the next stages of their lives by taking internships, attending resume writing workshops, and working with college students at Pace University.
At Montefiore Medical Center and P721X in the Bronx, students with disabilities are getting the opportunity to expand their knowledge and professional skills through an initiative called Project SEARCH.
Volunteers from Comcast NBC Universal joined the staff of AHRC NYC's Fisher Adult Center in Harlem to help beautify the facility as part of its nationwide volunteering campaign.
Howard Haber Early Learning Center kicked off Autism Awareness Month with an Awareness Parade.
The staff and residents of AHRC NYC's Bloomberg Apartments celebrate Anna Kastan as she turns 100 years old.
Dancers from several AHRC NYC programs show their passion for dance at Triskelion Arts Center.
AHRC NYC's CEO, Marco R. Damiani is visiting facilities across NYC to engage with the staff who support individuals and families, and to discuss changes affecting the disabilities services field.
Artist, DJ Pierre was one of 50 artists selected to custom design a piano for Sing for Hope, a non-profit organization that provides free instruments to underserved schools and other community hubs.
Celebrating National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month at the 6th Annual Pace Film Festival
March is National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month and for six consecutive years, Pace University has celebrated the occasion with a film festival recognizing the achievements of people with disabilities in film.
The Manhattan Developmental Disabilities Council held its 30th Annual Legislative Breakfast on Friday, March 9th.
AHRC NYC thanks Kevin Hogan and his organization, seat of Dreams, for making dreams come true for countless children nationwide and for being a partner with our organization.
Dozens of people with disabilities, family members, professionals and more joined together in Times Square to rally in front of a billboard urging Governor Andrew Cuomo and state legislators to #bFair2DirectCare.
Join us on Saturday, May 5, 2018 for AHRC New York City's 69th Annual Dinner!
Jamel Mills uses an Augmented and Alternative Communication device to communicate his words, but his self-expression extends beyond words to Broadway performances and poetic movements.
Directed and produced by Dori Levit, the performance of Love: Revamped featured actors with and without disabilities, in six short plays about the challenges of interpersonal relationships.
The Starrett-Lehigh Building has been working with AHRC New York City by partnering and supporting programs to help fulfill its mission. RXR Realty has made a commitment to supporting individuals who are less fortunate and need assistance in building job skills and job placement.
Helen Keller Services (HKS,) an organization that provides people who are blind, visually impaired or have combined hearing and vision loss with opportunities to live full and enriching lives, will celebrate its 125th anniversary in 2018.
In February the Richmond County Savings Foundation announced its donation of $25,000 to AHRC New York City's EBS - Staten Island facility, to be used for technological improvements that will help people to prepare for and gain employment.
The stars of AHRC NYC on Broadway collected donations for Toys for Tots.
Mei Zhi Zhaung and Pascual Santiago are valued employees of BCCO NYC, a family-owned printing business that has created a welcoming work environment that supports people with disabilities to enhance their skills.