The potential merge could lead to greater collaboration in the developmental disabilities community.
In his first State of the State address in New York City, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a proposal to merge the... Full Story
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Self-determination means being in control of your life, being able to make good choices, and taking steps to reach your personal goals and dreams.
People who are self... Full Story
Our Guardianship program held one of their many celebrations this holiday season and rang in the new year for over 140 people. Family, friends, board members and staff gathered at the Doubletree in Tarrytown for a festive afternoon... Full Story
The front page story in The Journal News, 12-3-16, highlighted Arc of Westchester's fitness program at the Boys & Girls Club of New Rochelle. The program is lead by professional trainer Jeff London who has volunteered... Full Story
Over 110 Arc of Westchester employees were honored by the Board of Directors at our Annual Staff Recognition Night held on December 1 at the CV Rich Mansion in White Plains. This is a very special evening for staff and their... Full Story
As the year comes to a close, I am reminded of the impact your friendship has on the lives of the 2,000 individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities, and their families, supported by Arc of... Full Story
We love it when technology benefits everyone and embraces the spirit of Universal Design that improve the lives of people of various abilities. On the Unlock screen of an Apple iPhone, there’s a feature that shows as “Emergency” in... Full Story
Contributing writer, Sheryl R. Frishman, Esq., shares her tips for families with special needs this holiday season
Everyone is abuzz because holiday time is upon us! We all get caught up in it; how can we not?... Full Story