Gifts from the Autistic Community: A Guide to Giving and Receiving.
New York Nonprofit receives $1,500 grant from the New Yankee Stadium Community Benefits Fund.
The United Nations will host World Autism Awareness Day on Friday, April 1, 2016, at their New York headquarters. The theme of this event is "Autism and the 2030 Agenda: Inclusion and Neurodiversity.
New York Nonprofit receives $50,000 grant from the New York State Office of Mental Health under the Nonprofit Behavioral Health/Developmental Disability Providers Health Information Technology Investment Program.
Special Citizens Futures Unlimited Pre-Vocation program will attend a Legislative Breakfast on Friday, March 4, 2016, in the Bronx. The men and women we support will lead in the singing of the "Pledge of Allegiance".
Special Citizens, a New York City non-profit organization that has been supporting adults and children with Autism for over forty years, has become a leader in providing the individuals they support with an opportunity to join the workforce.
Special Citizens, a New York City nonprofit organization that has been supporting adults and children with Autism for over forty years, will be honoring two JetBlue employees at LaGuardia Airport on Friday, October 9, 2015.
New features released with the TOUCH (Therapeutic Outreach Uniting Community Health) application that creates direct access for people with developmental disabilities, their families and the professional provider community.
Earlier this year, Special Citizens Futures Unlimited, Inc. (SCFU) became a recipient of a grant from the New York State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) through the (BIP) Transformation Fund. The grant has been utilized to create the Therapeutic Outreach Uniting Community Health (TOUCH) direct access platform for people with disabilities.