Individuals with Disabilities – Virtual Auction Features American Music Awards Tickets!

Accessible Festivals Hosts Virtual Auction Accessible Festivals Supports More Than 61 Million People With Disabilities With A Virtual Auction Event Featuring Tickets to Coachella and Electric Daisy Carnival   [New York, NY] — Beginning on December 10, 2020, Accessible Festivals will be hosting a Virtual Auction event to

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Services for Children with Developmental Delays or Disabilities

PARENTS AND CAREGIVERS: ERIE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH OFFERS SCREENING AND SERVICES FOR CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DELAYS OR DISABILITIES Early Intervention and Preschool programs serve children from birth to age 5 with therapies and family supports ERIE COUNTY, NY – While much of Erie County is entering

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Looking for Affordable Housing?

People Inc. is accepting apartment applications for affordable housing at the following locations: • Amherst, Blasdell, Grand Island, Lackawanna, Lockport, South Buffalo, Springville and Wheatfield. These affordable apartments are for independent older adults age 62 and up, who meet the federally mandated household income guidelines. Email Seniorliving@people-inc.org

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Autism Services hosts sensory night at Botanical Gardens

Autism Services, Inc. will host Sensory Night at Lumagination, 6:00-9:00pm on Wednesday, January 29. Lumagination is a captivating and interactive exhibit that will transform the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens with light, sound and imagination through February 29, 2020. Representatives from Autism Services, including Asperger’s group

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Heritage Announces New Equine Therapy Program at Homestead Stables

Therapeutic Riding at Homestead Stables David Smeltzer, Heritage president and CEO, announced that therapeutic riding will now be offered at Homestead Stables, a Heritage full service equestrian center, in Gerry, NY. Smeltzer stated, “We are excited to offer this new type of equine therapy at Homestead Stables.

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Coffee As a Pathway to Peace

Coffee as a pathway to peace: Accommodating people with disabilities By David Hill It sounds strange. And yet, on an island in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, that’s exactly what’s percolating. University at Buffalo researchers are working with an international development organization and local coffee cooperatives

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