Decking the Halls at Ballantyne Day Services!

Programs and Services, Stories Of People We Support

We decked the halls at Ballantyne Day Services this week with dancing, a bell choir, and a visit from the big guy himself, Santa Claus! . We designed Ballantyne to support the specific needs of aging adults, including those with dementia and Alzheimer’s. For more information, visit https://arcmonroe.org/day-services-ballantyne/ Check out the photos from our 2021 Celebration:

Guardianship Program Celebrates the Holidays

Programs and Services, Stories Of People We Support

This week we celebrated the holidays in style with a festive lunch with delicious food and loads of gifts, presented by The Arc of Monroe’s Guardianship Committee! Each guest was given a bag of gifts, each personally chosen just for them! The Arc’s Guardianship Advocates become a part of a person’s life, listening to their wishes and needs, and supporting them with decision-making in the areas of medical care, finances, personal life decisions and many other areas. For more information, visit https://arcmonroe.org/guardianship/ Check out the photos from our 2021 Holiday Luncheon!

Celebrating A Toast to The Arc!

Arc Foundation of Monroe

On Friday night we celebrated with A Toast to The Arc! We kicked off the night by saluting our Special Guest of Honor, Tori Campbell, who was selected for exhibiting determination and grit to overcome obstacles or challenges in her life in a continual effort towards growth and independence. 2021 Outstanding Champions This year’s 2021 Outstanding Champions were selected for their accomplishments and for their work to champion independence and success for all people: Cornerstone Award Warren Heilbronner This award is presented to a person or persons who stands for ingenuity and perseverance, and have been integral in sustaining and …

A Match Made for the Holidays

Uncategorized, Volunteer, What's In The News

Doug Hoyt has wanted to illustrate books since he was a little kid. So when he got the opportunity to make his dream come true, he jumped at the chance. Hoyt has teamed up with Rochester broadcast legend Don Alhart to produce a holiday children’s book this season. The 13-WHAM anchor had his own dream – to create a holiday book about a nostalgic memory of his that centered on Sibley’s Toyland in downtown Rochester. “Sibley’s Christmas Adventure,” was a story Alhart had created about “Sibley,” a mouse on a magical Christmas adventure set on the fourth floor toy department …