AHRC Nassau’s Westbury Hub Site Offers Summer Fun for People of All Abilities
From trips to the beach to barbeques, many summer activities can be challenging for people with disabilities. Whether nonverbal, having limited mobility or difficulty engaging in group settings, people of all abilities were able to enjoy the recent summer Paint and Chill, hosted by the Westbury Hub Site at Levittown Hall. Click here to read more.
AHRC Nassau Mott St. Hub Site Volunteers With The Book Fairies
Cheryl Harmon of AHRC Nassau’s Mott Street Hub Site had an idea. “Why not find a way to apply the skill of paper cutting to help out a local organization?” Click here to read more.
Roslyn Savings Bank Offers Professional Training, Mock Interviews to AHRC Workforce Participants
To empower people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) from AHRC Workforce, Roslyn Savings Bank offered training and mock interviews on the morning of May 8 in Freeport. Click here to read more.
AHRC Dance Fit Club Receives Citations From Town of Oyster Bay
Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph S. Saladino and Oyster Bay Town Councilman Joseph G. Pinto presented citations to founders of the AHRC Dance Fit Club, Denise Licata and Hope Marmo at the Feb. 1 Dance Fit Club Fundraiser. Click here to read more.
Rose Ball 2017 was a Great Success
AHRC Foundation held the 67th Annual Rose Ball to benefit children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities on Friday, June 2, 2017. View photos.
Walking for Support
The time is now to form teams and get ready to walk in support of children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Join us on October 29, 2017 at Eisenhower Park for this special event. Register here.