City Access New York is honored to introduce our new vocational team. Welcome Alsanne Ivery, our new vocational coordinator, and Shakenna Stephens, the new job coach.
A big thanks goes to Holly Bonner, the creator of BlindMotherhood.com and an inspiring advocate for the visually impaired community, who went out to Albany this month to meet with the NYS Commission for the blind. As part of her presentation, Holly mentioned City Access New York and the urgency to fund Employment Programs that hold the […]
Day Habilitation participant, Mathew Beidman, attended the Brooklyn Developmental Disabilities Council Luncheon at Gargiulo’s Restaurant. Mathew enjoyed listening to speeches advocating for people with developmental disabilities. And he thought the food was great also.
AmazonSmile is a simple way for you to support City Access New York every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at AmazonSmile, you’ll find the exact same selection, prices, and experience as you always do on Amazon, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase […]
The WAY OUT Charitable Foundation for People with Autism, a non-governmental organization based in Russia, hosted City Access New York and Museum Access Consortium (MAC) during the first week of December 2015 to provide training and consultation for autism-friendly accommodations and programming at Russia’s museums and to share approaches to life and social skills development for […]
Abilities!, a member of the Museum Access Consortium, is a partner in a National Science Foundation-funded project, tentatively titled Human +. The New York Hall of Science museum is leading the development a new exhibit about how technology is used to expand human abilities.The exhibit will be built at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry and will travel to numerous […]
City Access New York promotes lifelong access to educational, vocational and cultural programs for New Yorkers of all abilities. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that identifies barriers to participation, in schools and in the community, and adapts the content and delivery of programs to the diverse needs of people with disabilities.