Meet Geoffrey! After completing 600 hours of on-site job training through Project SEARCH Collaborates for Autism,* Geoff gained the confidence and skills he needed to secure competitive employment. Your important donations empower young adults with autism to reach their full potential. Watch the video below [...]
Help New York Collaborates for Autism continue to connect communities and create capacity by making a donation this Giving Tuesday. To make a donation, visit: www.nyc4a.org/donate To learn more about the programs and services your gift will support, visit: nyc4a.org/portfolio. *$25.00 donation to New York [...]
Watch video here: https://vimeo.com/146025138 In the spirit of giving thanks, it is our pleasure to share a very special thank you message from the NYCA community.
On July 30th, over 300 community members, performers and volunteers attended the second annual Cabaret to Benefit Autism held in Woodmere, NY to support NYCA. At this year’s event, “All You Need: A Beatles Cabaret,” 13-year old Andrew Feldman (producer, director, drummer, vocalist) and friends [...]
By: Steven Kantor Typical greeting card sentiments just don’t capture the joys and disappointments of being a father of a child with autism. My youngest son Ari, now 18, was diagnosed with autism at 23 months. I dream of designing a greeting cards line for [...]
Neighborhood Network of New York Receives $1 Million Grant to Launch First of its Kind Community Living Services Program for Adults with Autism
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Tara DiMilia, 908-369-7168 Innovativeprototype to be launched in Westchester with the intent of replicatingthroughout NYS New York, NY, [February 19, 2015] – Neighborhood Network of NewYork (NNNY) has been awarded a $1,083,233 grant by the New York State Office For People [...]
Grantee Spotlight: Theatre Development Fund New York, NY Since 2011, Theatre Development Fund (TDF) has been sharing the magic of Broadway with children and adults with autism and their families through their Autism Theatre Initiative (ATI). According to Lisa Carling, Director of TDF Accessibility Programs, [...]