Formerly The Bridge, our quarterly newsletter connects people with disabilities and their circles of support with resources, support, and information. The name and tagline of our merged agency – Starbridge: For the Hope and the How – embody the idea that we offer both the optimism and vision to identify opportunities, as well as the tools and connections to help people get there. Through Bridges we look forward to discovering and sharing the many pathways and choices available to people in achieving lives of personal and professional fulfillment.
To sign up to receive Bridges quarterly, please complete the form on our Contact Us page.
Archived Issues of Bridges/The Bridge
|Winter 2016||Transportation - [pdf version] or [text version]|
|Summer 2016||Individualized Employment Options|
|Spring 2016||Accessible Travel|
|Summer 2015||What I Want You to Know|
|Spring 2015||Sports and Recreation|
|Fall 2014||Giving to Others|
|Summer 2014||Universal Design for Learning|
|Spring 2014||Music Therapy|
|Winter 2013||Health and Wellness|
|Fall 2013||Celebration of Champions|
|Summer 2013||A Season of Change|
|Spring 2013||Faith and Disability|
|Winter 2012||Person-Centered Planning|
|Fall 2012||Art Therapy|
|Summer 2012||The Power of Social Connections|
|Spring 2012||Support Services and Therapies|
|Winter 2011||Financial Planning ~ The Basics|
|Fall 2011||Siblings of Individuals with Disabilities|
|Summer 2011||Post-Secondary Experiences|
|Spring 2011||Individualized Education Programs (IEP)|
ACCESS is a monthly digest of transition-related news, perspectives from diverse voices, upcoming events, and resources for young people with disabilities in New York State. Each issue provides timely information on employment, education, and the rapidly changing NYS service systems that affect our community.
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ACCESS is brought to you by NYS Transition Partners, a collaborative project funded by the Rehabilitative Services Administration to help NYS families and young adults with disabilities navigate the transition to productive, independent, and meaningful adult lives. We invite you to use ACCESS to get the word out when you have an event or a resource you’d like to share with the community. We also invite you to pass ACCESS on to your own network, and to let us know what you think.
Archived Issues of ACCESS