Our latest edition of Imagine explores Arc of Westchester's robust wellness initiative that supports both the physical and emotional health of our community. Read today and share your thoughts!
It’s not easy to summarize the work of a Direct Support Professional. Day to day, they may be responsible for the dressing, grooming, transportation or meal preparation of a person they’re supporting. In more complex circumstances,... Full Story
Tech Blog #1: ACCESS
Welcome to the Tech Supports for Cognition & Learning (TSCL) blog that is an outgrowth of our partnership with Mercy College. Since 2014, the staff of Arc of Westchester have been collaborating with... Full Story
Please Ask Your Representative to Support Kevin and Avonte’s Law
According to a... Full Story
Arc of Westchester staff celebrated friendships and the end of summer at their Annual Staff Picnic at Playland Park in Rye. Employees brought their kids, enjoyed the rides, played games and enjoyed a feast of ethnic foods. ... Full Story
Some helpful back to school tips for students with special needs and their families.
Sheryl R. Frishman, Parent, Board Member The Arc of the U.S. & Arc Westchester
The... Full Story
Our thoughts go out to our friend and colleagues at The Arc of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The recent and unprecedented flooding had a devastating impact on the chapter. Their families, staff, and properties have suffered great loss. ... Full Story
For parents or caretakers of people with special needs, the stakes are higher when it comes to financial planning.
Not only are they trying to meet their own current and future financial goals, they also want to ensure their... Full Story