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BRIDGING THE GAP

Living Resources’ core purpose is to support and empower individuals with disabilities or other life-challenging conditions to live with dignity, independence, and happiness. Growth and happiness are unique for each person and at Living Resources, we offer a supportive environment that allows individuals to meet and exceed their personal goals.

Our more than 850 Super Hero staff members provide a wide range of services to more than 1,900 families and individuals helping them to reach new levels of independence. Each day is a success here at Living Resources and each one of our individuals’ accomplishments are celebrated and make us proud to be a part of the Living Resources family.

Our services are individualized and offered in a variety of settings from 60+ residential housing arrangements, site-based services, college programs; day opportunities, arts, community volunteering, supported employment, afterschool programs, counseling services, and so much more.

We are excited to share our 2022 Annual Report! Please take a moment to learn more about Living Resources, our mission, and our accomplishments in 2022.
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1.55 million hours provided annually
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NEWS & UPDATES

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Our CareerNext program is celebrating its Class of 2024! Through hard work and determination, four graduates have earned their degrees and are now embarking on new, exciting opportunities. Their CareerNext academic coordinators were instrumental in supporting them as they stayed on top of assignments, studied for exams, and advocated for themselves.

On Saturday, May 11, Hudson Valley Community College (HVCC) seniors Antonio and Jordyn each accepted their diplomas! They represent our very first class of CareerNext HVCC graduates and have each decided to continue their education with support from CareerNext every step of the way.

Antonio earned his Associate’s Degree in Business Administration and has been accepted into a SUNY Cobleskill program to earn his Bachelor’s Degree in the same field. An agreement already in place will allow him to pursue this program at HVCC, the campus he already knows so well.

Jordyn earned her Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood development and plans to earn her Bachelor’s Degree at SUNY Cobleskill’s campus. Her lifelong goal is to become a teacher and with support from CareerNext she is getting the education she needs to make that career path a reality!

The following weekend, graduating seniors at SUNY Cobleskill celebrated their commencement. Aiden earned his Associate’s Degree in graphic design and he is staying with CareerNext at Cobleskill to earn his Bachelor’s Degree in the same field of study. Andrew earned his Associate’s Degree in social services. SUNY Cobleskill is home to our fastest-growing and most in-demand CareerNext program and we look forward to many future success stories at this campus, at HVCC, and through our recently-piloted CareerNext CHOICE program, which gives enrolled students at any college the ability to receive CareerNext supports virtually.

We wish each of our graduates continued success on their academic journeys and beyond! With their drive, discipline, and dedication, the sky is the limit! If you would like to learn more about CareerNext, click here: careernext.org/
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Our CareerNext program is celebrating its Class of 2024! Through hard work and determination, four graduates have earned their degrees and are now embarking on new, exciting opportunities. Their CareerNext academic coordinators were instrumental in supporting them as they stayed on top of assignments, studied for exams, and advocated for themselves.

On Saturday, May 11, Hudson Valley Community College (HVCC) seniors Antonio and Jordyn each accepted their diplomas! They represent our very first class of CareerNext HVCC graduates and have each decided to continue their education with support from CareerNext every step of the way. 

Antonio earned his Associate’s Degree in Business Administration and has been accepted into a SUNY Cobleskill program to earn his Bachelor’s Degree in the same field. An agreement already in place will allow him to pursue this program at HVCC, the campus he already knows so well. 

Jordyn earned her Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood development and plans to earn her Bachelor’s Degree at SUNY Cobleskill’s campus. Her lifelong goal is to become a teacher and with support from CareerNext she is getting the education she needs to make that career path a reality! 

The following weekend, graduating seniors at SUNY Cobleskill celebrated their commencement. Aiden earned his Associate’s Degree in graphic design and he is staying with CareerNext at Cobleskill to earn his Bachelor’s Degree in the same field of study. Andrew earned his Associate’s Degree in social services. SUNY Cobleskill is home to our fastest-growing and most in-demand CareerNext program and we look forward to many future success stories at this campus, at HVCC, and through our recently-piloted CareerNext CHOICE program, which gives enrolled students at any college the ability to receive CareerNext supports virtually.

We wish each of our graduates continued success on their academic journeys and beyond! With their drive, discipline, and dedication, the sky is the limit! If you would like to learn more about CareerNext, click here: https://careernext.org/
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We appreciate the support of our friends Kathleen Kinstel and Mark Devito as we race towards the Third Annual Tribute to Transforming Lives: A Day at the 1863 Club! They are sponsoring the event at both the Triple Crown and Thoroughbred levels. Thank you for being part of our Living Resources family and we can't wait to see you for the fashion show, presented by Natalie Sillery and Saratoga Trunk, world-class racing at the Saratoga Race Course, and a beautiful brunch!

Tribute to Transforming Lives is a one-of-a-kind event, benefiting our organization and Building on Love as we each strive to support individuals in need. It's happening on Sunday, August 18 and tickets are going fast! Click here to secure your spot today: bit.ly/3P4MjN2
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We appreciate the support of our friends Kathleen Kinstel and Mark Devito as we race towards the Third Annual Tribute to Transforming Lives: A Day at the 1863 Club! They are sponsoring the event at both the Triple Crown and Thoroughbred levels. Thank you for being part of our Living Resources family and we cant wait to see you for the fashion show, presented by Natalie Sillery and Saratoga Trunk, world-class racing at the Saratoga Race Course, and a beautiful brunch! 

Tribute to Transforming Lives is a one-of-a-kind event, benefiting our organization and Building on Love as we each strive to support individuals in need. Its happening on Sunday, August 18 and tickets are going fast! Click here to secure your spot today: https://bit.ly/3P4MjN2

Our Day Community Opportunities Program is ready for takeoff! ✈️ Participants from Saratoga County took a trip to the Empire State Aerosciences Museum (ESAM) in Glenville and learned so much about aviation through the interactive exhibits and restored artifacts. ... See MoreSee Less

Our Day Community Opportunities Program is ready for takeoff! ✈️ Participants from Saratoga County took a trip to the Empire State Aerosciences Museum (ESAM) in Glenville and learned so much about aviation through the interactive exhibits and restored artifacts.Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

Thank you to Pierro, Connor & Strauss, LLC for hosting such an impactful and informative event! Our CEO Elizabeth Martin led a discussion on disability services at the Elder Law Forum last week at Albany's Desmond Hotel. It was wonderful to see so many people come together for meaningful conversation on how New York State can better support its seniors and citizens with disabilities. #ELF2024 ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to Pierro, Connor & Strauss, LLC for hosting such an impactful and informative event! Our CEO Elizabeth Martin led a discussion on disability services at the Elder Law Forum last week at Albanys Desmond Hotel. It was wonderful to see so many people come together for meaningful conversation on how New York State can better support its seniors and citizens with disabilities. #ELF2024Image attachmentImage attachment

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Thank you Living Resources New York and Elizabeth Martin for joining us at the Forum! Elizabeth did an excellent job moderating and presenting such an important discussion.

Having so many choices may feel overwhelming at first, but that’s why our Self-Direction professionals are here! Our team is trained to help families, every step of the way, as they take on new levels of independence! Give us a call if you’re ready to get started. ... See MoreSee Less

Having so many choices may feel overwhelming at first, but that’s why our Self-Direction professionals are here! Our team is trained to help families, every step of the way, as they take on new levels of independence! Give us a call if you’re ready to get started.
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