HeartShare and its Family of Services released its 2016 Annual Report last week. We shared the stories of the over 36,000 children, adults and families in our care, including:
- Michael, who is pursuing his dream of becoming a DJ and helping others with developmental disabilities do the same. Read more here.
- DeAndre, who gained balance and confidence at HeartShare Taranto First Step Pre-School. Read more here.
- Franco, who received a new wheelchair with the help of HeartShare Wellness Care Manager Husar Joseph. Read more here.
- Treasure, who developed leadership skills at the HSVS PS/IS 288 Shirley Tanyhill Beacon Program. Read more here.
See the full 2016 Annual Report here.
HeartShare hosted its ArtShare Opening Reception at Central Booking at 21 Ludlow Street on Thursday, November 10. Read more here. At the event, HeartShare premiered a video about its partnership with the Museum of Modern Art. See the video here.
HeartShare Everyday Hero Lourdi Jean-Noel helped Dorothy, a woman with intellectual and developmental disabilities, be heard at home and in the community. Read more here.
HeartShare Everyday Hero Shiloh Harper helped Rod, a man with intellectual and developmental disabilities, take his dream trip to Washington D.C. Read more here.
HeartShare’s partnership with NYU Tandon School of Engineering is featured in a documentary to be screened at 5 MetroTech Center on November 30. Learn more and register here.
HeartShare St. Vincent’s Services is launching its Children’s Health Home Program, helping children and youth experiencing two or more chronic conditions and their families coordinate care and resources. Stay tuned for more information.
HeartShare St. Vincent’s Services East Brooklyn Family Service Center has a new address: 1353 Utica Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11203. The program will have an Open House. Stay tuned for more information.
More information on our news and events may be found here: https://www.heartshare.org/news-and-events/.