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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. 

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January 31 is National #InspireYourHeartWithArtDay! We hope your heart is inspired by the artistic talents of those enrolled in our Art Program.Living Resources’ Arts Program provides art instruction from an exceptionally talented staff of highly trained artists, working with individuals with a variety of disabilities. The program provides a stimulating and imaginative setting, with classes taking place throughout the week.Learn more: www.livingresources.org/arts-program/Living Resources Art Program ... See MoreSee Less
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During the 1.29.2023 Jazz Brunch on Saratoga's Star Radio, Walt Adams spoke with Dr. Roy Fruiterman who shared about the Living Resources programs his son has attended as well as the insights he receives as a Board Member. youtu.be/wzepowhe2d0For more information about Living Resources and our programs, so to www.livingesources.org ... See MoreSee Less
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Save this date! Monday, February 13 at 11:30 am at the NYS Capitol building (2nd Floor War Room). Help us advocate for a permanent investment in Direct Support Professionals’ salaries and an 8.5% Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) in our funding rates. #LivingResourcesFamily ... See MoreSee Less
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The Van Gogh Immersive Exhibit in Schenectady, NY is hosting a Sensory Friendly and Autism Awareness Day on Tuesday, February 7!Van Gogh Expo <image text: Have you thought about going to the Van Gogh Immersive Exhibit but were concerned about lights and sounds? Tuesday, February 7 will be their first Sensory Friendly Day!Special accommodations will be made to create a more sensory-friendly environment for guests with sensory sensitivities and other special needs. The day will feature artificial noise reduction, elimination of flashing lights, and the dimming of armory lighting as well as sensory safe spaces available throughout the exhibit.They will be serving groups, classes and families on Tuesday February 7, 2023 from 10am-6pm.All members of the family are welcome!Tickets will cost $15 for students and siblings while parents, chaperones, and aides would be complimentary. Tickets can be purchased at the box office when you arrive at the venue 125 Washington Ave, Schenectady, NY 12305, by contacting Tiffany at gmschenectady@exhibitionhub.com, or by calling (518) 210-8486 > ... See MoreSee Less
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Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. We must continue to fight against attitudes and assumptions that devalue people with disabilities, the sentiment which led to the Holocaust. We must say with one voice, “Never again.” <Image description: The image contains the following text: Never Again. In October 1939, Adolf Hitler issued a "euthanasia decree," allowing for the killing of people who were, in his eyes, an "inferior race” and therefore not worthy of life. The Third Reich instituted the murders of adults and children with disabilities and those suffering from mental or hereditary diseases, calling them "mercy deaths."We must continue to fight against attitudes and assumptions that devalue people with disabilities, the sentiment which led to the Holocaust. We must say with one voice, “Never again.” Images within the graphic: 2 lit white candles with fabric yellow stars similar to those used as a badge to identify Jewish people during the holocaust. Behind the text, there is barbed wire atop a wire fence.>#WEREMEMEBER #LivingResources #livingresourcesfamily New York Disability Advocates NY Alliance ... See MoreSee Less
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