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NYSARC Chapters In The News
The Daily News Online - November 18, 2016
...Batavia s garbage service was released. Between 11 to 15 developmentally disabled employees work at the site each week, performing a variety...
The Garden City News - November 17, 2016
...all proceeds going directly to benefit the individuals and families served by AHRC Nassau. The event is expected to be a sellout so make your...
The Post-Journal - November 17, 2016
...32-year career with the state agency now known as the New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities. Prior to joining the...
The Livingston County News - November 18, 2016
A plea to save sheltered workshops Funding to workshops for individuals with disabilities will cease by the year 2019. Families have been fighting...
NY1 News - November 17, 2016
...employees at Community Resources, a caregiver agency for developmentally disabled people. Ralliers lined Victory Boulevard across the street...
The Deming Headlight - November 17, 2016
...regulations for the 1915(c) Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) waiver programs. HCBS provide opportunities for Medicaid beneficiaries with I/DD...
Developmental Disabilities In The News
Politico.com - November 18, 2016
...before reading this one. HIDDEN WORLD OF MISERY AND HARM -- Suffering in Secret: Illinois hides abuse and neglect of adults with disabilities,
The Voices of Philadelphia - November 18, 2016
Intellectual and developmental disabilities services are dangerously underfunded People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD),
Times Argus (AP) - November 18, 2016
for families caring for an individual with an intellectual or developmental disability, DAIL provided Family Managed Respite funding for 191...
Grosse Pointe News - November 17, 2016
...contrast to skill-building programs in a warehouse environment known as a sheltered workshop. There is also variety. One day a student may dig...
WDTV.com - November 17, 2016
...Harrison County. At The Arc, Viglianco works with people who have developmental disabilities. She left a comment on the video, pledging her support.
The Justice Center
Auburnpub.com - November 17, 2016
...resource to support people with disabilities The New York State Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs has established...
NYSARC, Inc. is New York State’s largest not-for-profit organization supporting people with developmental and other disabilities and their families. The 47 operating Chapters comprising NYSARC support and serve people with developmental disabilities, including those with Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, autism, and neurological impairments, in every county in the state. With more than 110,000 members, the organization supports approximately 60,000 individuals and employs close to 30,000 people.