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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - St. Lawrence NYSARC (www.slnysarc.org), a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to working for and with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, proudly announces that actors in the Community Arts Program won the ìWilder Wilder Everywhereî Video Contest. The competition was held by Playscripts, Inc. and The Wilder Family LLC.

ìSt. Lawrence NYSARC found a truly creative way to bring Wilderís work to their America,î said Rosey Strub, The Wilder Family's Director of Programs.

The contest is... more

March 21, 2013

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - In honor of March's National Developmental Disability Awareness Month, St. Lawrence NYSARC (www.slnysarc.org), announced that William Briggs was awarded the distinction of "Joslin Outstanding Performer," from the New York State Industries for the Disabled, Inc. (NYSID.) Several individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities were also honored by St. Lawrence NYSARC for their years of successful employment.

Briggs works on NYSID Preferred Source contracts as an employee in St.
Lawrence... more

March 11, 2013

Leading provider of supports and services fears that many agencies will sharply curtail service and some may face closure should the across-the-board cuts go through

DELMAR, NY (03/04/2013)-- NYSARC, Inc., the nation’s largest nonprofit agency serving people with developmental disabilities, is urging the Legislature and the Governor to approve a final budget deal restoring $120 million in State funding to programs and services for people with developmental disabilities.

The reduction is a result of a 6% across-the-board cut which was contained in the Governor’s budget. When... more

March 4, 2013

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - St. Lawrence NYSARC (www.slnysarc.org), a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to working for and with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, announced a generous donation from a group of local young people. Potsdam residents, Sammie Frick, Rachael Clements, and Rhiannon Clements donated over $700 to St. Lawrence NYSARC’s Gallery of Arts and Learning (GOAL), located on Main Street in Canton.

The teens conducted a Read-a-Thon to raise the money for this project. They have organized Read-a-Thons... more

February 6, 2012

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - St. Lawrence NYSARC (www.slnysarc.org), a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to working for and with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities received a $5,000 grant to increase recreational options. The Trustees of the NYSARC Trusts awarded this grant for 10 children to take a trip to Rochester and for the purchase
of recreational equipment that will benefit more than 50 people for years to come.

The NYSARC Trust Grant provided funds that made it possible for the young people involved in St... more

December 14, 2012