After School and Weekend

Rhinelander Saturday Program for Deaf Children and Teens Honors Lost Participant

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Children’s Aid Society and Diverse Coalition Demand City Reinstate Funding for After-School Programs

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The Children’s Aid Society, along with representatives from CAMBA, The Educational Alliance, The After-School Corporation, YMCA of Greater New York, United Neighborhood Houses, Good Shepherd Services, UJA-Federation and other advocates, was joined by Council members Lew Fidler and Jumanne D. Williams at a press conference on the steps of City Hall this morning to demand the City reinstate the $23 million proposed reduction in vital after-school programs.

2011 Iron Go! Chefs Competition: Teamwork, Healthy Cooking and Fun!

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Incredible Talent On Display at the 10th Annual Children's Art Show

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Harlem Youth Show Off Knowledge and Skill in Moot Court

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East Harlem Center Keystone Club Honored for Work in Career Exploration and Community Service

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Children's Aid Families Speak Out Against Proposed Cuts to Youth Programs

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Bringing the Arts to Communities in Need

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Photos by Spencer Lum

TransCanada Supports Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program

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For youngsters who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing (HOH), it can be especially challenging to develop relationships with their peers and engage in social activities, but the experience of communicating and connecting is an important part of countering feelings of social isolation. It is important for every child to engage in social and recreational activities with peers to help him or her develop a sense of self-worth and belonging.

Children’s Aid Stays Open on Holidays

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