The Viscardi Center, a network of non-profit organizations providing a lifespan of services that educate, employ and empower people with disabilities, announced the election of three new Board Chairs – Gerard E. O’Connor, Russ Cusick, and Beth Daly.
Henry Viscardi School students, grades 3-8, participated in Beautiful Me, an educational, self-esteem program designed to educate females by promoting appreciation for their genuine qualities, accurate self-awareness and the satisfaction of helping others.
Henry Viscardi Achievement Awards were presented to two recipients at the UN. The global Awards recognize people with disabilities for their work with the disability community. Rosangela Berman Bieler, UNICEF, and Michael Ashley Stein, Harvard Law School Project on Disability, received the Awards.
National Business & Disability Council (NBDC) at The Viscardi Center and Georgetown University will be recognizing the freedom and independence gained through work for millions of people with disabilities at The 3rd Georgetown University Conference on Employment of People with Disabilities.
The Kornreich Technology Center at The Viscardi Center is hosting a Vision Awareness Day on May 28, 2013. The goal of this all day, free event is to introduce the community to products which assist the blind and low vision populations.
The Viscardi Center today announced the recipients of a new international Award designed to identify and honor people living with disabilities for their work and influence on the global disability community of more than one billion people.
Leading Organization Serving People with Disabilities Renamed The Viscardi Center Name Change Recognizes Founder and His Unique Vision
Abilities!, a network of non-profit organizations providing a lifespan of services that educate, employ and empower people with disabilities, announced it is now operating under the name The Viscardi Center which recognizes its founder, Dr. Henry Viscardi, Jr.