AHRC NYC Participates in No Hate in Our State 2020 Security Grant Conference

by John Goodson, Assistant Director, Educational Services & Program Development On Thursday, January 30th, 2020, Christina Muccioli, Vice President of Educational Services, attended the No Hate in Our State 2020 Security Grant Conference at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in Manhattan. Christina received an invitation from the Governor’s Office to participate in this comprehensive security event. In…

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Microsoft Corporation Donates $250,000 in Software to AHRC New York City

Microsoft Corporation has made a donation of approximately $250,000 in software to AHRC New York City as a result of an application submitted by the AHRC New York City Foundation. This was the maximum grant available in 2013. Last year AHRC received a $500,000 software donation, the maximum available in 2012. The new grant includes…

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AHRC NYC Launches New Autism & Challenging Behaviors Initiative To Become A Center Of Excellence

North Carolina Comes to New York City… to TEACCH AHRC New York City has launched a new initiative, spearheaded byAssociate Executive Director, Kathy Broderick, to become a Center of Excellence in the provision of services and supports to individuals with autism and challenging behaviors from childhood through the adult years. In March, sixty AHRC staff members…

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“Catching A Dream,” A Collaboration Between Pace University And AHRC Middle High School

In the fall of 2007, a partnership was formed between AHRC New York City and Pace University.  Initiated by Dr. James Lawler, Professor at Pace University’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, and AHRC Board Member, Dr. Marilyn Jaffe-Ruiz, the partnership offered an opportunity for Pace University students to collaborate with individuals receiving services through AHRC NYC’s Adult Day Services Department while participating…

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