What a wonderful evening! It was an amazing night celebrating, honoring, and recognizing the many accomplishments of the Yes She Can trainees, graduates, and local artists with learning differences. The artists displayed their paintings, drawings, sculptures, handmade dresses, and photographs. County Executive George Latimer commented on the amazing talents of each artist and shared that […]
In support of National Disabilities Employment Awareness Month the Mayor of White Plains, Tom Roach, invited the trainees to tour city hall and visit various city offices. The goal of our visit was to give our participants a view into the scope of work in an office setting since most have not had that opportunity. […]
APRIL IS AUTISM AWARENESS AND ACCEPTANCE MONTH Mo, a Yes She Can trainee, created this video to share how they and other trainees use strategies at work to help them be successful.
There’s a song that can explain my social anxiety better than I can. “I’ve learned to slam on the brake/ before I even turn the key/ before I make the mistake/ before I lead with the worst of me” (Pasek & Paul). I started to learn to do this at an early age. “Give them […]
One day at Girl AGain while Izzie was working, she heard the bells ring when the store door opened. To Izzie’s surprise, her idols from Wicked on Broadway in New York City, Donna Vivino and Alli Mauzy arrived. In shock, Izzie said “OMG!” “I know you two are my idols from Wicked on Broadway, my […]