Healthy Collaboration

The Resource Center and Lutheran join resources to improve healthcare delivery to special populations

TRC Symposium

The Resource Center's fifth annual Symposium at Chautauqua examines changes in disability service delivery system

New Board Members

The Resource Center is pleased to introduce the three newest members of its Board of Directors.

Annual Meeting

The Resource Center holds its annual Membership Meeting and Election

National Recognition

TRC earns national award for program that promotes the professional development of its direct support workforce.

STARS Capital Campaign - Donate Now!

STARS Capital Campaign: Contributing to a Healthier Community

Productive Partnership

Collaboration with the University at Buffalo results in increased employment opportunities for people with disabilities

STARS Grant

Senator Catharine Young helps secure funding for TRC's broad-scale system integration (the "STARS" initiative).

Employment Awards

Kyle Keller and The Home Depot receive State recognition

Join TRC!

The Resource Center’s 2014 Membership Card is now available, offering discounts at local businesses.

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Support Our Mission

Please consider making a generous donation to TRC Foundation to help fund services for persons with disabilities in the Chautauqua County area. Thank you for your support!

Main Event

Get more information about Step Up for Autism

Step Up for AutismStep Up for Autism is a 1.5 Mile Fun Walk in Celoron, NY. Proceeds go to TRC Foundation, Inc. Most of the money raised is directed to the SUCCESS Program, which provides social skills training to youths with Autism. The 2013 Step Up for Autism walk was extremely successful with many people from the community joining in to walk.

Featured Articles

TRC’s 7th annual Educational Summit set for Sept. 24

The Resource Center’s seventh annual Educational Summit will take place Wednesday, September 24, in TRC’s Administrative Offices, 200 Dunham Avenue in Jamestown. The conference’s theme is “Having a Life of Meaning.”  The keynote speaker is Peter Leidy, who will focus on the importance of establishing personalized supports and community membership for people with disabilities.  Leidy […]

Lose It to Win It

by Noel Clemente, Physical Therapist The Resource Center One of the most common cases we see in physical therapy is knee pain due to osteoarthritis. It affects 37% percent of adults over the age of 60 and is a major cause of disability.[1] According to the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project, Osteoarthritis accounted for $10.5 […]

5th annual TRC Symposium held

The need to expand community-based employment options for individuals with disabilities was a common theme at The Resource Center’s fifth annual Symposium at Chautauqua. The event, held July 16 and 17, offered an opportunity for TRC employees and others in the disability field to enjoy speakers with local, regional, national, and international perspectives on the […]

Nominate someone for a Disability Awareness Award!

TRC employees, service recipients, family members, and the general public are encouraged to submit nominations for the 26th annual Disability Awareness and Recognition Awards. The awards pay tribute to people with disabilities who have made significant strides in their personal lives.  The awards also recognize individuals, businesses, organizations, and others that have helped improve the […]

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