Living Resources is dedicated to providing life enhancing services to individuals challenged by intellectual and developmental disabilities, as well as those who are brain injury survivors. Growth and happiness are unique for each person and at Living Resources, we offer a safe and nurturing 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, day opportunities, arts, community volunteering, supported employment, after school programs, counseling services, home support to families, and services to persons with traumatic brain injuries.

Total Number of Families and Individuals Served
Hours of service are provided weekly
1.1 million hours provided annually
Employees providing for your loved ones
Years of providing care and services


Have you ever heard of 22q Deletion Syndrome? Back in 2015, College Experience Graduate Amy created a fun and informational music video to explain how the genetic condition affects her. Check it out! youtu.be/TtsPtu-AzJ8 ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you, Anderson Cooper , CBS News 60 Minutes for reporting about the difficulties that adults with autism have in finding a job, and that more companies are discovering the unique skills and potential people with autism offer. www.cbsnews.com/news/autism-employment-60-minutes-2020-10-04/?fbclid=IwAR3KbpAv5iJxRdci0o-X1aAXtv...
You can partner with #livingresources in helping individuals with a variety of abilities and disabilities in finding fulfilling employment. #NationalDisabilityEmploymentAwarenessMonth www.livingresources.org/services/employment-services/

Recruiting for talent on the autism spectrum
Many adults with autism have a hard time finding a job, but more companies are discovering the unique skills and potential people with autism offer. Anderson Cooper reports.
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This past month, The College Experience alumnus Reed Grontas (Class of 2019) has been volunteering at the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York's "Focus Interfaith Food Pantry" in Albany. He has been arranging plastic bags of produce and vegetables, stocking shelves, and enthusiastically performing any other duties that are asked of him. We thank him for this valuable service of helping local families who are living below the poverty line, particularly during this time of decreased food security.

Reed is being supported by the food pantry coordinators as well as his job coach. We thank them for giving him a chance to make a difference. All of us look forward to seeing what Reed will bring to the table at the food pantry among his other achievements that will follow. #NationalDisabilityEmploymentAwarenessMonth
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