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Life’s WORC Received 2016 Best of Garden City Award!
Garden City Award Program Honors the Achievement GARDEN CITY May 24, 2016 — Life’s WORC has been selected for the 2016 Best of Garden City Award in the Social Services Organization category by the Garden City Award Program. Each year, the Garden City Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and … Continue reading Life’s WORC Received 2016 Best of Garden City Award!Learn More
Life’s WORC and Family Center for Autism Essay Contest Winners
Congratulations to the winners of the essay contest sponsored by Life’s WORC and The Family Center for Autism with the topic: Why autistic and developmentally disabled people become targets of bullies and how can my school and community prevent it? The winners are: 1st Place: Ryan Harvey, The Village School of Great Neck – Click Here to Read Essay 2nd Place: … Continue reading Life’s WORC and Family Center for Autism Essay Contest WinnersLearn More
Long Island Café offers Job Opportunities for Disabled Adults!
Our very own Anna Trent, Director of Vocational Services, along with our friends at the Cause Café were featured in the New York Times! Check out the article here: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/16/nyregion/long-island-cafe-offers-job-opportunities-for-disabled-adults.html?hpw&rref=nyregion&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&module=well-region®ion=bottom-well&WT.nav=bottom-well&_r=1Learn More
Life’s WORC Geraldo Rivera Classic Honors the Poll Brothers
(Garden City, NY) – Under a bright blue sky, the 29th Annual Geraldo Rivera Golf Classic was held on Thursday, May 12th at Engineers Country Club in Roslyn Harbor, NY. The event raised over $175,000 the most ever for the annual golf event. George and Gillis Poll (pollrestaurants.com) were the Honorees. And thanks to their efforts, the event sold out … Continue reading Life’s WORC Geraldo Rivera Classic Honors the Poll BrothersLearn More
Life’s WORC is One of the Best Companies to Work for!
While it’s no secret to us that Life’s WORC is one of the best places to work, it is nice to get the official recognition from an independent source! So when the New York State Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) announced its “Best Companies to Work for in New York 2016” contest, we were eager to show off our Agency. We started the application process way back in the summer of 2015 and entered in the category of large-sized … Continue reading Life’s WORC is One of the Best Companies to Work for!Learn More
Residential Department Coordinates Bar Night!
The Residential Department has always been instrumental in coordinating social opportunities for the individuals that we support. Over the years these events were mainly large group “get togethers”. Our new Social Committee realized that large group events were not for everyone. The Committee, which consists of Residential Team Members and Individuals, took a close look at the events and realized … Continue reading Residential Department Coordinates Bar Night!Learn More
Mike Huseby Honored as Man of the Year!
The Night of A Million Lights Gala was held on Wednesday, December 2nd at Park 585, an elegant event venue in Manhattan. The Gala was a joint fundraiser to raise much needed funds for the Life’s WORC Family Center for Autism (FCA) and Quality Services for the Autism Community (QSAC). Thanks to Life’s WORC/FCA Board Member Kanuj Malhotra – Barnes … Continue reading Mike Huseby Honored as Man of the Year!Learn More
Life’s WORC Research has been Published!
Research completed that involved Life’s WORC day programs was recently published “The Practice of Behavior Analysis Volume 2, Issue 1”. This publication is released to thousands of professionals, graduate students, and professors across the country. To see the study, which was completed by Life’s WORC’s own Brian Goldman, Senior Director of Clinical Services, and Makenzie Sandler, Director of Clinical Services, … Continue reading Life’s WORC Research has been Published!Learn More