On Saturday, March 6th, from 12-4 pm, Lilly Pulitzer at the Westchester Mall will donate 10% of sales to Yes She Can. Come shop for Spring fashions and support our mission.
THE LEGACY OF RUTH BADER GINSBURG The Olmstead Supreme Court Decision 1999 When my daughter was diagnosed with autism in 1998 I was rather ignorant of the way people with developmental disabilities had been treated in society, especially adults. I had heard of the infamous Willowbrook institution and the expose. And I was aware of […]
We have great concern for people of color whose lives have been negatively impacted by racial injustices in our country. and around the world. Yes She Can serves young women who have been excluded, marginalized, devalued, and ridiculed – because of their disabilities – but generally not threatened with their lives for their differences. Our […]
Our world has turned upside down. What we have to do now for our own physical health and the health of our community is the opposite of what we want to be doing for the development of our young women with autism. Yes She Can’s job skills development program at Girl AGain is one of […]
REV UP: Register, Educate, Vote, Use your Power. Because of misconception, reluctance, inaccessibility, or apathy, people with disabilities have had exceptionally low voter turnout on election day. People with disabilities represent 20% of the population yet have very little political clout compared with other “minority” groups. Every US citizen over the age of 18 has […]