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Administrative Offices

880 E 2Nd St

Jamestown, NY 14701 - Chautauqua County

(716) 661-4781


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Better Angels: It Took Kindness, Patience and Love to Restore Gloria to the World

By Crocker Stephenson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, March 26, 2018 Gloria Dawson was 24 years old when, in the fall of 1990, her mother was bringing potatoes up from the basement of her West …

Joan Yost honored as Volunteer of the Year

Longtime volunteer Joan Yost has been honored by the United Way of Southern Chautauqua County as TRC’s Volunteer of the Year. Joan, who was honored at the United Way’s annual Volunteer of the Year Reception on April 24 at the Boys and Girls Club of Jamestown, started volunteering in 1978 when her daughter Jennifer was …

Works by The Resource Center artists on display

An exhibit featuring paintings made by artists with disabilities at The Resource Center is on display through June 2 at RydersCup Coffee shop in Lakewood. The exhibit features 12 paintings with a spring theme, as many of the works contain flowers or landscapes. The works were made by people in TRC’s Creations art program. Paintings …

The Resource Center honors staff for efforts warding off cyber attack

The Resource Center recently honored three employees in its Information Services Department for their efforts in protecting the agency’s computer records after an external vendor experienced a cyber attack. The three employees (Steve Lindquist, Director; Can Tenamore, Assistant Director; and Desiree Wesley, Electronic Health Records Application Analyst) received The Resource Center’s agency-wide staff appreciation award …

Congressman Tom Reed visits TRC, praises services offered

U.S. Representative Tom Reed visited The Resource Center on Tuesday, May 1, praising the co-located and integrated health care services TRC offers and pledging to assist the agency in its efforts to better serve the community. TRC was honored to host Congressman Reed, who toured our Second Street facility in Jamestown to learn more about …

TRC volunteers spread warmth throughout community

By Mark Stevens From snow and ice to sleet and freezing rain, Chautauqua County has had its fair share of winter weather, even after the calendar turned to spring. Yet through it all, The Resource Center’s Warmer Winter Warriors continued to stand at the ready, knitting needles in hand, to give back to a community …

TRC employee Maggie Evans enjoys volunteering

April is National Volunteer Month. Volunteerism takes several forms at The Resource Center and Filling the Gap, Inc. — families and community members give their time to serve on boards and committees, assist with special events, and help out in programs and homes; self-advocates and staff volunteer in support of our events and by giving …

Twitter Adds Disability To Abuse Reporting Options

Responding to user requests, Twitter is updating its platform to explicitly allow reporting of abusive or harassing tweets targeting people with disabilities.

Homeowners With Developmental Disabilities Bond As Roommates

For 14 years, three men with developmental disabilities have owned their own home, meticulously maintaining it like no one else, and they wouldn't have it any other way.

Feds Name New National Autism Coordinator

The federal government has a new point person for autism-related research, services and supports.

JHS SBHC Goal is to Keep Students Healthy to Reach Full Education Potential

Jamestown High School is fortunate to have a School-Based Health Center (SBHC) to help students stay healthy so they can reach their full education potential. Thanks to collaboration between Jamestown Public Schools and The Resource Center, there has been a SBHC at JHS for more than 13 years providing health and mental health services just like your regular doctor or therapist. In 2015, JHS SBHC also…

March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month and 2018 Theme is Celebrate Community!

March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month and this year’s theme is “Celebrate Community.” The theme of community was selected to showcase people with and without disabilities working, going to school, playing and participating in their communities together. For more than 100 years, Ohio Valley Goodwill has been serving Greater Cincinnati as an employment and training …

Increasingly, Businesses Tailoring Employment To Adults With ASD

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Behavior Therapy Services In Limbo For Military Families

A massive overhaul of the military's health insurance system is leaving behavior therapy services in question for children across the country.

Boy Invents Game To Help Sister With Autism

A modified pingpong game invented by a fifth-grader is attracting national attention and now being manufactured for sale by a toy company.

The Resource Center presents annual staff awards

Jane Young and Tracey Johnson have received The Resource Center’s top employee honors for 2017. Young received the Joseph Trusso Jr. Employee of the Year Award for excelling in her job as Nursing Office Assistant. Mark Morton, Assistant Executive Director for Employee Relations, described Jane as being a “wonderful asset” in that role. “She is willing …

The Resource Center recognizes long-time employees

The Resource Center honored 144 employees and board members when the agency held its 33rd annual Employee Service Recognition Luncheon. The event, held at the Lakewood Road and Gun Club, paid tribute to people who, during 2017, completed milestone years of service with The Resource Center, which has been supporting people with disabilities and their …

fund-raiser to benefit people with disabilities

Those looking to enjoy a fun night out while supporting people with disabilities should plan to attend the second annual Sassy Baggs & Beyond “Blingo” fund-raiser Wednesday, February 21. The event will be held at The Resource Center’s administrative offices at 200 Dunham Avenue in Celoron. Doors will open at 6:00, with the Blingo games …

The Resource Center

The Resource Center is a community center helping people with disabilities and communities to live better and more productive lives.

Hockey program offers experience to youth with developmental disabilities

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Games plus group therapy may help adults with autism find jobs

Adults with autism who undergo a therapy designed to bolster social learning show cognitive benefits that may increase their chances of employment.

Autism workshop set for Thursday

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Teen's Talent On Drums Helps Him Control Prader-Willi

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For Those With ASD, Improv Classes Can Aid Communication

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State To Boost Resources, Oversight In Effort To Bolster Special Ed

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Ideas Sought On Improving Transition Outcomes

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Are Schools Doing Enough To Prepare Students For Life After Special Ed?

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Brewery Serves Up Careers With Beers For Adults With Special Needs

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Woman Fights For Accessible School Websites

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My life as a woman on the autism spectrum

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With Actors On The Spectrum, Film Offers New Lens

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9 things I wish people understood about anxiety

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Lawmakers Call For Full Funding Of IDEA

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'Speechless' Creator Urges Casting Of Actors With Disabilities

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When We Realized My Husband Has Autism

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Jamestown Woman Finds Her Calling In Volunteerism

Wendy Wilcox has built an extensive volunteer resume for herself through her involvement in a number of groups and organizations such as M&T Bank, Pilgrim Memorial United Church of Christ, the Meals on Wheels program and Kiwanis. Submitted photo
Wendy Wilcox is no stranger to giving of her time and energy for the betterment of her fellow man, whether they be found near or far

Dr. Courtney Oliver joins TRC's Jamestown Dental staff

The Resource Center is pleased to announce that Dr. Courtney Oliver has joined the staff of TRC’s Jamestown dental office. A native of the Seattle area, Dr. Oliver received his bachelor degree in chemistry from Xavier University in New Orleans and his masters in oral health sciences from Boston University. He earned his doctorate in …

The Resource Center

Employment Day at PROS to Celebrate Mental Health Month Jamestown Passages PROS | Tuesday, May 9, 2017 | Carl Cappa Building | 880 E 2nd Street, Jamestown NY 14701 12 noon-1 pm Faith Baker from TRC Supported Employment – the value of employment. Round table discussion with PROS customers to talk about their work experience. …

Urge Rep. Tom Reed to vote

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Watch nonverbal boy with autism say his ABCs

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Miami-Dade Parks Disability Services Celebrates National Autism Awareness Month All Year Long!

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'WOD for Autism': sweating for the cause

April is National Autism Awareness Month and crossfitters sweated it out for the cause.

TRC, Chautauqua Mall to hold Autism Awareness Event

In recognition of April as Autism Awareness Month, The Resource Center and the Chautauqua Mall will hold their second annual autism awareness event Saturday, April 15. The free event will run from 10:00 to noon in the main concourse of the mall, located on Fairmount Avenue (Route 394) in Lakewood. Activities will be repeated during …

Staff honored for increasing people's independence

The Resource Center recently honored eight employees who helped people with disabilities to become more independent, a successful project that also saved millions of dollars in Medicaid expenses. On March 28, The Resource Center presented its Quarterly Agency-Wide Staff Appreciation Award to eight employees for their efforts in operating TRC’s version of the Balancing Incentive …

TRC Offers Popular Autism Program For Youth, Plans Awareness Event

SUCCESS program students create a St. Patrick’s Day Project on Saturday morning with the help of Alissa Madden, SUCCESS program team leader. P-J photo by Katrina Fuller
While programming for youth with autism may be be difficult to find, there are a few programs in the area available
According to the Center for Disease Control, more than 3.5 million Americans live with an autism spectrum disorder. The prevalence of autism in children in the U.S. increased by 119.4 percent from 2000 to 2010.…

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