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Arts@ARC Welcomes New Music Therapist

Arts@ARC Welcomes New Music Therapist

We are extremely excited to announce that our new Music Therapist has joined the Arts@ARC program! Melissa Guttman will be teaching the Arts@ARC program twice a week. ARC partnered with Brooklyn Music School to bring her on board. Melissa’s goal is to integrate music education with music therapy for our Individuals. Melissa graduated with a …

Get to Know Our Community Habilitation and Respite Programs

Get to Know Our Community Habilitation and Respite Programs

Outside of ARC’s DayHab program we offer a variety of individualized care options. To help understand our CommHab and Respite programs, we’ve put together this Q&A with our Case Managers. Who is the CommHab program for? ARC’s CommHab program is for disabled Individuals who want to enhance their life skills through goal-oriented services. What are …

Functional Development through ARC DayHab

Functional Development through ARC DayHab

At ARC we’re committed to creating a productive atmosphere for developmentally disabled adults in the Greater New York Area to grow their independence. While we have programs devoted to building functional development skills, such as our Pre-Vocational Services, we interweave development opportunities within all of our programming. This blog is going to focus on three …

ARC’s Tribute to Black History Month

“Everybody can be great…because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.” – Martin Luther King Jr. In honor of Black History month and Martin …

Get to Know Our Day Habilitation Program

Get to Know Our Day Habilitation Program

We understand that choosing the right day program for your developmentally disabled loved one is a big decision. To help, we’ve put together this Q&A with the team who makes our Day Habilitation program best in class. Who is the DayHab program for? ARC’s DayHab program is tailored to developmentally disabled adults 21 and older. …