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Celebrating 69 Years of Service at Membership Luncheon

State and local representatives show support for AHRC Nassau. Pictured: First Row: AHRC Nassau First Vice President Saundra Gumerove, AHRC Nassau Vice President Jack Garofalo, Assemblywoman Melissa "Missy" Miller, Senator Carl Marcellino, Nassau County Comptroller Jack Schnirman, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran and AHRC Nassau Executive Director Stanfort Perry. Second Row: AHRC Nassau President Paul Giordano and New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities – Long Island Region Deputy Director Margaret Stadnicky, on behalf of Governor Andrew Cuomo. Third Row: Legislator Vincent Muscarella, Legislator Debra Mulé, Assemblyman Michael Montesano and Legislator Ellen W. Birnbaum. Fourth Row: Assemblyman Dave McDonough, Mayor of Brookville Daniel Serota and Assemblyman Ed Ra. Present but not pictured: Legislator Laura Schaefer and Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino.

Celebrating 69 Years of Service at Membership Luncheon

Friday, September 28, 2018

  AHRC Nassau celebrated 69 years of fulfilling the promise to children and adults with developmental disabilities at our Annual Membership Luncheon. This year was particularly special, as the organization celebrated the 100th anniversary of its grounds and 60 years of being headquartered in Brookville.... Read More

Community Habilitation Specialist April Alexander and Shehzad Muizzuddin

Music From the Heart: A Community Habilitation Spotlight

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Two years ago, AHRC Nassau Community Habilitation Professional April Alexander had never heard the bright and plucky music of the sitar. “Listening to sitar music, you forget about anything that may be bothering you,” said April, who first learned about the Pakistani string instrument after... Read More

AHRC Nassau was "In the News" - Farmingdale Observer

Farmingdale Observer, “Sitar for the Soul”

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

We’re proud to have been featured in the Farmingdale Observer — sharing the unique experiences of people with developmental disabilities and our exceptional team members. It’s through awareness that we are able to create greater opportunities for inclusion and advance the issues impacting our community. Read More

Michelle Rudoff and Janice Shear accept awards in Albany from the Self Advocacy Association in New York State.

SANYS Recognizes Michelle Rudoff and Janice Shear

Friday, September 7, 2018

The Self-Advocacy Association of New York State (SANYS) honored Michelle Rudoff as Self-Advocate of the Year and Janice Shear as Advisor of the Year at its September meeting in Albany. Continue Reading SANYS Recognizes Michelle Rudoff and Janice Shear Read More