Liberty ARC plans to build a sensory playground that will benefit individuals in our Family Support Services (FSS) programs as well as make it available to others we support and will be open to the public. This multi-sensory playground will offer activities geared not only towards those will intellectual and developmental disabilities but the community as whole.
Sounds like a great idea, right? We think so but we need YOUR help to make this a reality!
Join us on Saturday, September 16 at our Liberty ARC's Denim & Diamonds BBQ and Country Concert. 100% of the proceeds go to building the playground.
Here, at Liberty ARC we value our employees and when they do something special we want them to be recognized.
A BIG thank you to Matt Jaquish who went above and beyond in his job. Recently, an individual he works with became critically ill and was hospitalized. This individual has a brother who lives in Rockland County, NY more than 150 miles away. The family member does not have transportation and was unable to come to the area to see his loved one. Matt spoke with the family member and offered to pick him up so he could spend time with his brother while he was ill. Matt also had the family member stay with him because he didn’t have money for a hotel and brought him every morning to the hospital and picked him up each evening for a week.
Matt you truly embody Liberty ARC’s values; quality, respect, integrity, teamwork, resourcefulness and person-centered. We are proud to have you on our team! ... See MoreSee Less
Christine LooGreat job, Matt!!
I'm a family member and my sister's staff are driving her from central NY to Washington, DC today, so she can spend her vacation with me. These are the people who should be in this field. Staff who actually care about the lives of the people they support.
Karma will be good to you, Matt 😊
Liberty ARC is pleased to announce that Ada Silva has joined our Day Supports Habilitation team!
Ada is a valued employee who has worked for Liberty ARC for more than seven years both in the Family Support Services and Family Care departments. She brings a wealth of experience, knowledge, enthusiasm, and energy with her. We are very excited to have her join our Day Hab team.
In the Fall of 1957, the first special education class, in Amsterdam, NY, was held at the East Main Street school in the City of Amsterdam. Christine Mazur was one of the first students in that groundbreaking class. ... See MoreSee Less
Susan RinehartI worked with Christine for 16 yrs at Guy Park. I was there the first day and the last day when she moved to Darlene Dr. Chrissy was one in a million . Whoever came in contact with her fell in love & stole your heart forever. Love my Chrissy to the moon and back. Thank You for all the wonderful memories we shared over the years !!
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Susan EthertonOmg my little peanut... God how l love and miss her. Thank you Courtney Cebula you made my night