On WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 2016 between 11am - 4pm New Horizons Resources will be holding open interviews at New Paltz Community Center, 3 Veteran’s Drive, New Paltz, NY 12561.
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Person-Centered Thinking at NHR
NHR's Staff Development Coordinator Monica Robinson was interviewed on the Radio Program "Finding Out With Peter And Ellen." Host Peter Leonard talks with Monica Robinson about Person-Centered Thinking and her new role as NHR's Staff Development Coordinator.
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From left, Sabrina Parent, Katie Briggs, Quincy Ferguson, Vivian Morales, Roger Lamere, Jen Jefferson and Rich Decker.
KeyBank Employees Roll up their Sleeves to Make a Difference
NHR welcomed KeyBank volunteers to Albrecht Lane in Pleasant Valley on Wednesday, May 25 to help with spring planting. This year is the 26th anniversary of Neighbors Make the Difference Day, a bank-wide day of volunteerism with KeyBank’s non-profit partners. Four KeyBank volunteers helped clear and plant a garden in the front of the house, set up a number of outdoor potted plants and hang flower pots from the front porch. They also put mulch in all the front gardens.
From left, Rita McPeck, Mary Matuszewski and Rich Decker.
KeyBank volunteers included Rita McPeck who is also Vice-President of the NHR Board of Directors. She was joined by her colleagues Vivian Morales, Mary Matuszewski and Rich Decker. Katie Briggs, Sabrina Parent, Jen Jefferson and Roger Lamere, all staff from Albrecht, pitched in and lent a hand. Quincy Ferguson and David McGorry from the West Road training and administrative center also came by to round out the team. Many thanks to everyone who helped!
New Horizons Resources, Inc. is a not-for-profit agency that provides services to children and adults who have developmental disabilities and live in the Hudson Valley region of New York State.
NHR was founded in 1974 by a group of parents seeking alternatives to institutionalized care for their sons and daughters. In 1981, the agency opened its first residences for adults with developmental disabilities.
The agency’s founders wanted to create services that would provide a home and the reasonable assurance of lifetime care. They also wanted to give people with disabilities opportunities to build friendships and establish relationships in their communities.
Today, NHR offers services to 450 people who have disabilities where they need them most: in their homes, at their work sites, or in our community-based residential programs.
The goal at New Horizons is to provide individuals who have developmental disabilities with opportunities and environments where they learn the skills and develop the confidence needed to live their lives as independently and as happily as possible.
To learn more about our services, click here.