Adult Project Search Team

Adult Project Search Info Session

  Adult Project Search Information Session for families and potential participants. Meet Arc of Monroe staff, current Adult Project Search participants and learn more about the one-year internship program in partnership with the Del Monte Hotel Group. Date: 12/18/19 Location: Rochester Airport Marriot, 1890 W Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY 14615 Time: 8:30am – 10:00am Please register using the form below. If you would like to register for the January 8th information session, click here.

Lunch & Learn

Lunch & Learn for Direct Support and Care Coordinators

        Topic: Intro to Regional Centers for Workforce Transformation Training synopsis: This session provides an overview of the Regional Centers for Workforce Transformation.  We will explain our work, our purpose, the resources available to providers and CCOs as well as open a dialogue of how we can be a support in your work over the next five years. Presenter: Melody Johnson, Director of Learning & Professional Development Where: 2060 Brighton Henrietta Townline Rd. 14623 When: Friday Dec. 13th from noon-1pm **Free box lunch provided by the ArcDeli** RSVP: Reserve your spot today by filling out the form …

Clinic Manager appreciates colleagues

Staff Perspectives

Terra Heigl’s first job after graduating college in 1985 was as a Residential Manager with the Arc of Monroe, supporting people living at the Gorsline residence run by our agency. After almost four years in that position she transitioned to be Vocational Counselor at the Ridge Center sheltered employment program. Always desiring to do more, she made the move to our Article 16 Clinic as a Rehabilitation Counselor, and was in that position for close to 20 years.  At the clinic she was also a Treatment Coordinator for five years, and in February 2019 received a promotion to Clinic Manager. …

Employment

37 years at the Arc of Monroe

Staff Perspectives

Pam Furr is a wealth of knowledge having worn many hats over the 37 years she’s worked for the Arc of Monroe. This means she has seen the agency grow over time, along with the people we support.  She truly admires the mission of the agency and how it serves our community. In her very first position in the Diagnostic Vocational Evaluation department she met a lot of people and enjoyed how they would often stop by to say hello. Her small department had fun and laughed a lot. Over the years Pam has enjoyed her colleagues, supervisors, and teams …

Paul and Carol

Dreams really do come true

Staff Perspectives

As children, we grow up with goals and dreams, not knowing anything about where life’s path might take us, but excited for the journey.  Traditionally, for some, the dream is to be a pro-athlete, invent something or travel the world, for others to be a doctor or a lawyer, or to own a business of their own. As we get older, moving through realities and obstacles, we come head to head with challenges that can make achieving those goals and dreams more difficult than we might have ever imagined.  We find support from family and friends, mentors and teachers and …

ROC Your Flight

ROC Your Flight February 2020

ROC Your Flight prepares people with I/DD and their families for flying commercially out of Rochester. Traveling through a busy airport can be stressful, so we collaborated with the TSA and Greater Rochester International Airport to create a hands-on event that makes flying fun and easy. This event is open to the entire community, not just people with I/DD and their families. Exact time will be determined a few days in advance based on flight availability at the Greater Rochester International Airport. Registrants will be notified as soon as time is determined. Date: Saturday, February 1st. Time: TBD based on …

College Experience

My college experience

Stories Of People We Support

To support services like these please consider making a donation. MCC Highlight By: Tori Campbell Hi my name is Victoria Campbell. I am one of the Pathways students though the Arc of Monroe. I am starting my first Pathways semester this semester. On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, my day starts off with meeting Molly, one of the Arc staff, at the Transit Center. We meet at Gate 11 and then take Bus 55 to the Brighton MCC campus. I have an 8:00am class it’s called COS (College Orientation and Success Strategies) 133 which is required for entering college students. After …