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Meeting Life’s Challenges

2008 Annual Report


Living Resources CEO Fredrick W. Erlich (seated right) with our four Board Presidents: Donald D. Bourque, Ph.D. (standing left), Corporation Board; Helga A. Schroeter, Licensed Home Care Agency Board; Susan M. Dunnigan, Certified Home Health Agency Board; and Jill Braverman-Panza, M.D. (seated), Foundation Board.

Cover Art based on Grant Wood’s American Gothic, 1930 Living Resources Carriage House Arts Center & Malta Photography Students Digital Print, 2009 Models: Kim Polaro and Jason Pitcher


Dear Friend: Living Resources began 2008 with its corporate energies diligently focused on organizational growth and community opportunities. Coupled also with a strong desire to meet the ever-emerging needs of those who come to us for services, we again produced the kinds of service results on which this agency has built its reputation. This past year agency services grew by 9%. This growth was evident in most programs, but most especially in residential services, day services and the College Experience Program. We continued to recruit and retain excellent staff. With our expanded in-house training programs emphasizing the latest information about disabilities and care-giving skills, we have enhanced our standard of care and raised the bar for all who serve individuals with disabilities in our communities. The employees of this organization are on a mission to treat everyone with dignity and respect and to achieve valued outcomes. We measure quality first and foremost by the happiness, skill acquisition and wellness of the individuals we serve, by the annual family satisfaction survey, and by the frequent regulatory approvals from the Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities and the Department of Health. The annual family survey again showed high levels of satisfaction for the services received and family members were very complimentary of the responsiveness of communication with staff at all levels. Our relationships with government funding agencies also remained very positive and cooperative during most of the year, but the outlook for funding new initiatives in 2009 does not appear to be as rosy. We are ever mindful that New York State’s budgetary concerns may affect the development of future services and may even affect the delivery of some current services. So far, our strategies to preserve the fiscal health of this organization are paying off. The unmet needs for services, specifically in residential and day habilitation programs, service coordination and supportive services for families, remained strong priorities throughout the year. We have been working closely with our families and funding sources to create new services that address the needs being expressed: The After School Program expanded its services to include full day programs for students during school vacation breaks; the very popular Carriage House Arts Center programs have become more accessible to community families because of Medicaid waiver certification for the Albany and Malta sites; and, the Acquired Brain Injury Program and Employment Services have been able to increase their service capacities. The challenges we faced in 2008 were weathered because of careful decision-making and responsible fiscal supervision. As a result, our financial outcomes for the year mirrored our equally impressive program and operational achievements. In spite of the turbulence of the financial markets and the global recession, we are more confident than ever about the near and long-term health of this organization. No matter how uncertain the economic climate may become, however, Living Resources will still have the benefit of its well-qualified staff and dedicated boards of directors vigorously working to preserve and protect the quality of its programs and its fiscal viability. Perhaps more than any other corporate assets, it is the wise council of board members and the talents and endurance of the staff that deserve the lion’s share of credit for where Living Resources is today. Our thanks to you all. Sincerely,

Donald D. Bourque, Ph.D. President, Board of Directors

Fredrick W. Erlich Chief Executive Officer


2008The Year in Review The Employment Services program, with its goal to help individuals with disabilities find and maintain jobs that match their interests and abilities, increased its capacity by 13% over 2007. In addition to serving 126 individuals throughout the year, Employment Services began developing internships and providing job coaching for the students in the College Experience Program. Some of the completed job placements during the year included clerical positions, stock clerks, food service workers, assembly jobs and a floral assistant. The average wage for those placed was $9.84 and the average number of hours worked was 20 hours per week.

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The College Experience Program (CEP) in collaboration with The College of Saint Rose continued to respond to the demands to expand college experience opportunities for individuals with disabilities in the Capital District. By August 2008, the program had 13 students in the two-year certificate program and the agency had acquired and renovated another house near the college campus for student housing. On May 10, 2008, the second CEP class of four was awarded certificates of completion at the college graduation ceremonies at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center. This year the staff was also heavily invested in creating new outreach efforts to high schools, guidance counselors, case managers, parents and students. It is their hope that these contacts will provide a steady stream of interested applicants and that CEP enrollment will continue to increase. In addition to providing services such as skilled nursing, physical and occupational therapies, and speech language pathology services, the Living Resources Certified Home Health Agency (CHHA), also performs Peer Review Instrument assessments (PRIs) for most of the Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) programs in the region. These assessments which are required annually by TBI waivered programs can only be billed to Medicaid by a CHHA or a hospital. In 2008, the Living Resources CHHA provided this service for 147 individuals. Fifty-eight of these individuals were receiving at least one other service from Living Resources, but the other 89 individuals were recommended to our CHHA for their PRIs because of our reputation for timeliness and accuracy.

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The Acquired Brain Injury Program (ABI) expanded the Out-N-About activities to include more community-based opportunities for individuals who wish to increase the job and social skills they have lost as a result of an acquired or traumatic brain injury. One of the most popular work sites established in 2008 was the collaboration between Living Resources and Proctors Theater in Schenectady. The work site started out to include predominately janitorial services, but because of the hard work and commitment of the ABI participants and staff, Proctors has expanded the work experiences to include the running of the used book store in the Proctors Arcade. The ABI crew can be found operating all phases of the business on Fridays from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. In 2008, the ABI program also expanded its client base to begin serving veterans.


MeetingLife’s Challenges Named for one of the Living Resources founders and first board president, the Bishop Howard J. Hubbard Awards Luncheon took place on April 24 at the Albany Marriott. The 2008 honorees were Dr. R. Mark Sullivan, President of The College of Saint Rose and Assemblyman James Tedisco, Minority Leader of the New York State Assembly. The award recipients were honored for their extraordinary support of individuals with disabilities: Dr. Sullivan was instrumental in establishing the partnership between Living Resources and The College of Saint Rose which became the very successful College Experience Program; and Assemblyman Tedisco was honored for his strong advocacy of the disabled throughout his career in state government.

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The After School Program (ASP) included new opportunities for its students with the addition of the Adventure Program. The purpose of these new activities is to provide families with a safe and interesting daytime schedule for their youngsters during school vacations when parents still must work. In 2008, school vacation activities were scheduled for Regents exam days in January, February winter break days, and the last two weeks in June. Activities included a variety of indoor and outdoor events such as day trips to museums, parks and attractions such as Howe Caverns. There were also plenty of opportunities to participate in all sorts of sports from swimming to bowling to miniature golf. The success of the Adventure activities has insured that the ASP vacation programs will continue to be offered in the future. Living Resources was named the 2008 Charity of Choice for the GHI Workforce Team Challenge. This annual event, sponsored by the Hudson Mohawk Road Runners Club, takes place in downtown Albany every May and attracts almost 7,000 runners and walkers representing nearly 400 public and private companies/organizations and school districts. Living Resources race participants and volunteers used the race to raise $4,800 for the Employee Appeal which benefits the individuals who receive program services.

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After several years of providing services at only one location in Albany, Site Based Day Habilitation completed the establishment of three “close to home” sites across the Capital Region: Albany, East Greenbush and Schenectady. Living Resources site-based day habilitation now can serve a maximum of 70 people which is a 16% increase in program capacity over previous years. A special “Senior Room” was also started in June 2008 at the Schenectady site which focuses on daily activities of interest to individuals who are 55 years old and older.


2008The Year in Review The Human Resources Department had much to be proud of in 2008. Job applications from friends of current employees increased by 10% over the previous year indicating what we all know: Our employees believe that Living Resources is a great place to work and often refer their friends to the agency when there are job openings. The department also reduced the number of First Aid and Workers Compensation claims by 50% (only 54 claims in 2008 as compared to 108 in 2007) with a series of safety and wellness articles in the agency newsletter and individual follow ups with employees who may have been injured on the job.

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Thanks to a very generous donation of $25,000 from CDPHP, the Living Resources Employee Health and Fitness Center was opened for use in July. Officially named for Dr. William J. Cromie, the retired President and CEO of CDPHP, the center was dedicated on June 18 at a recognition ceremony and luncheon in his honor at the Albany headquarters on Washington Avenue Extension. At the dedication ceremony, Dr. Cromie praised Living Resources for its commitment to employee health and wellbeing and said the health center at the CDPHP headquarters was one of the most important benefits his company had provided for CDPHP workers during his tenure. The Living Resources Annual Agency Picnic for program participants, families and staff took place on July 18 at the Krause’s Pavilion in Clifton Park. The staff and program participants were presented with bright yellow Living Resources T-shirts as this year’s picnic favor and five of our residents received their “25 Year Club” jackets. Almost 20% of the individuals who come to us for residential services have lived with us for 25 years or more.

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With the benefit of Voluntary Residential Maintenance Program grants from the NYS Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities totaling $294,000, the Living Resources Maintenance Department was able to complete several residential repairs and renovations throughout the year. New fire alarm systems were installed in seven houses, some roofs, floors and garage doors were replaced, and four bathrooms and one kitchen were renovated. Other major residential projects included the installation of central air conditioning for one residence and the vinyl siding of another. The Carriage House Arts Center shows and events were very much in demand throughout the year. In addition to producing 17 shows around the state, the arts program also monitored six permanent collections of pieces created by our artists at various sites in the Capital Region. 2008 shows featured at the Miller Sanders Gallery at the Living Resources headquarters included “Music and Motion = Art,” “Magazine Pop Culture” and “Wonders of the Circus.” In 2008, our art services program also received state certification making it part of the supplemental day habilitation program services. As a result of this change, after school and weekend art services will now be available to families with Medicaid waivered individuals living at home.


MeetingLife’s Challenges Living Resources was the recipient of four Legislative Initiative Grants in 2008: Senator Hugh Farley sponsored a grant of $25,000 which was used for computer equipment and residential renovations; Senator Joseph Bruno’s $20,000 grant was used for renovations and landscaping at various residences and for educational and therapeutic instruction for the new After School Program music initiative; Assemblyman Ron Canestrari sponsored a $5,000 grant which was used for technology supplies in the College Experience Program and art supplies for the Carriage House Arts Center; and Assemblyman George Amedore sponsored a grant for $3,600 for Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) for two program locations. The 18th Annual Culinary Cornucopia in November was truly a night to remember. The sold-out event was the culmination of a day-long competition among chefs who were being judged by Master Chefs from the American Culinary Federation; the judges took into account the presentation of the dishes, the choice of recipes and overall cooking techniques. In all, 16 executive chefs from the Capital Region’s most elegant restaurants competed. The Presenting Sponsor for this year’s event was Northeastern Fine Jewelry owned by board member Ray Bleser. The 2008 “Heart of the Cornucopia” Award was given to David Ginsberg for over ten years of behind-the-scenes support of the event. The duties of hosting the event were shared by Channel 13’s Benita Zahn, Master Chef Dale Miller, and owner of the Reel Seafood Company LeGrand Serras. And, the food was priceless!

At the 2008 State of the Agency luncheon, the Employee Appeal Disbursement Committee announced that the following funds would be available to programs in 2009: $3,000 for the use of summer residential activities including vacation and day trip expenses; $2,000 for summer activity expenses in non-residential programs; and $4,000 for the traveling arts program for residents who are unable to get to one of the three art centers located in Albany, Saratoga and Schenectady. The Employee Appeal Fund was created by employees for the benefit of those who come to Living Resources for services.

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Living Resources Corporation and Affiliates Financial Statements Combined Statement of Financial Position December 31, 2008

Combined Statement of Activities and Changes in Net Assets For the Year Ended December 31, 2008

ASSETS Cash and cash equivalents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 886,566 Investments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173,582 Receivables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,673,636 Prepaid expenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80,323 Property, Plant & Equipment, Net . . . . . . . . . . 14,212,574 Other assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 989,979 Total Assets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21,016,660

REVENUE Program services revenue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33,557,566 Other revenue. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190,626 Total Revenue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33,748,192

LIABILITIES Accounts payable and accrued expenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,197,516 Current portion of long term debt . . . . . . . . . . . . 455,277 Deferred revenue. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127,377 Interest rate swap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,176,000 Long term debt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,947,862 Other liabilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 563,541 Total Liabilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17,467,573 NET ASSETS Net Assets, unrestricted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,549,087 Total Liabilities and Net Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . 21,016,660

EXPENSES Salaries and wages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18,366,669 Fringe benefits. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,879,066 Other than personal services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,188,327 Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,576,841 Total Expenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33,010,903 Change in net assets before swap contract. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 737,289 Change in fair value of interest rate swap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,176,000 Change in Net Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (438,711) Net Assets, unrestricted, Beginning of Year . . 3,987,798 Net Assets, unrestricted, End of Year. . . . . . . . 3,549,087

Revenue increased 8.1% from 2007. Audit conducted by: Cusack & Company, Certified Public Accountants LLC


Services Provided in 2008 Programs & Health Agencies

Individuals Served

Acquired Brain Injury Services

121

Adventure Program

20

After School Program

50

Carriage House Arts Center

217

Certified Home Health Agency

195*

Clinical Services

241

College Experience Program Day Services (community-based) Day Services (site-based) Employment Services

17 130 69 126

Hearing Impaired & Interpreting Services

83

In-Home Support Services

31

Licensed Home Care Agency

154

Residential Services**

296

Rotaract

11

Service Coordination

281

Total individual program enrollments

2,042

Total unduplicated individuals served

1,226

* This number includes individuals who received only a single service during 2008 such as the Peer Review Instrument assessments required annually by Medicaid waivered programs. ** Including 76 homes and apartments for people with developmental disabilities living in Albany, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady and Westchester Counties.


Partnerships in Caring Donations received January 1, 2008 through December 31, 2008

Living Resources is grateful for the support of its many community partners. The important work of this agency on behalf of individuals with disabilities and acquired/traumatic brain injuries can only continue with a commitment of time and a sufficiency of dollars from all segments of the community. Without the ongoing support of board members, those we serve and their families, our employees, interns and volunteers, and our community stakeholders, innovative programming and the successful delivery of requisite services would not be possible. Thank you.

Gifts to the After School Program Stewart’s Foundation Holiday Match WGY Christmas Wish Campaign

Gifts to the Carriage House Arts Center Albany County Convention & Visitors Bureau Community ART$ Grant – a program of the NYS Council on the Arts and the Arts Center of the Capital Region Ethel Haslow James Kenneally Martin & Mary Ann Kenneally Kelli McLeod McMurry Charities John & Lynn Polster SEFCU Peg O’Brien Tucker

Gifts to the Day Opportunities Program Patricia Hernandez Betty Ann Rich

Gifts to the Site-based Day Program Pamela M. Sorocco

Gifts in Support of Services to Individuals with Disabilities Albany County Convention & Visitors Bureau

Lawrence F. Anito, Jr. Robert & Bonnie Bailey Manning & Lois Balcom Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Bandel, Esq. Mr. & Mrs. Daniel H. Bassett John & Laurel Berbach Karen Berney Hon. Robert M. Blais Mr. & Mrs. Raymond A. Bleser, Jr.

Michael Cooley Paul & Phyllis Cooney Mr. & Mrs. Bruce N. Covey Robert S. Cummings William Davies Robert H. Day, Jr. Jack & Lynn Delaney Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Demers Katherine P. Dixon

CEO Fredrick Erlich, Foundation Board President Dr. Jill Braverman-Panza, and Dr. William J. Cromie of CDPHP officially opened the Living Resources Employee Health and Fitness Center this past summer. At the request of CDPHP, a major donor to the center, the center was named in honor of Dr. Cromie to commemorate his retirement. Sister Virginia Bonan Vladia C. Boniewski Jill Braverman-Panza, M.D. Mr. & Mrs. Gary Brucker L.H. Buhrmaster Mr. & Mrs. Robert Bylancik James Carey/JMC Contracting Daniel J. Carroll Peter & Joanne Champagne Richard & Jeanne Cody Marjorie Coello

Jack & Barbara Draffen Susan & John Dunnigan Daryl Dupuis Mr. & Mrs. Fredrick W. Erlich Rachel Fridholm Dr. & Mrs. Roy Fruiterman Richard A. Fuerst, Esq. Elizabeth J. Gallagher Arthur & Deborah Goldstein Neil & Jane Golub Gerald A. Grabcheski

Thomas Greeley Joan & Jim Healey Mr. & Mrs. J.G. Fred Hiss, Jr. iGive.com Martin & Mary Ann Kenneally Maggie Kirwin, Ed.D. Mr. & Mrs. Adam J. Koblensky Leonard J. Kot Constance Laymon Jane & Mark Levine Ted & Patricia Levine Julie Lombardo & Eric Mason Timothy Lytton & Rachel Anisfeld Philip McCallion William & Sheila McVeigh Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Meckler Mr. & Mrs. Donald G. Medick Dr. Richard Medved Mary E. Mounteer Carmella Murphy Deborah A. Newkirk Bob & Sharon Ormerod David & Kristin McVeigh Parente Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred B. Pauquette Randall & Barbara Perry Mr. & Mrs. William B. Picotte Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Piotrowski Ronald & Cynthia Placek Mr. & Mrs. Robert Plattner Mr. & Mrs. John J. Puig Fran & Charles Rasmussen Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Rogan Debbie & Kevin Rose Daniel Round Donald S. Rubin James Sartore Alta & Bernie Schallehn Helga A. Schroeter


MeetingLife’s Challenges Greg & Michele Schwab SEFCU Jim & Robin Sevinsky David Shulan, M.D. & Mollie Shulan, M.D. Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth C. Skinner, Jr. Dorothy S. Stevens Rosemary “Rowie” Taylor Kathlene Thiel & J. Eric King Susan Thrasher, M.D., Ph.D. Richard & Laura Thumen Peg O’Brien Tucker Kevin Tully Carolyn & Mario Vaccaro John G. Walsh Christopher & Sara Ward Charlene & David Welcome Edward V. Wilcenski, Esq. Tom & Mary Ellen Windish

Imagine this… Appeal for Innovation Anonymous Manning & Lois Balcom Mary Anne Barber Kwesi Blankson Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC Vladia C. Boniewski Brian Boodrow David B. Borge Dr. & Mrs. Donald D. Bourque Dave & Dorothy Brownell Marybeth Burditt Sergio & Laurel Camacho James Carey/JMC Contracting Mr. & Mrs. Philip Catchpole Michael & Macaire Cognetti Steve & Kathy Condon John Charles Cook Kimberly Darling Stephanie DiCocco Bianca DiLella Celia A. Donnelly Anne Doyle Karen Doyle

Barbara Dragon Tracy Drobish Susan & John Dunnigan Michael Brian English Mr. & Mrs. Fredrick W. Erlich Maggie Erlich & Reed Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Richard Fountain Ron & Judi Frey Joel & Bette Frisino Richard A. Fuerst, Esq. Erin Gapp

Marc W. Lustick Eileen Martel Jason & Keri Mazzuca William & Sheila McVeigh Tara & Joseph Morelli Pauline & Timothy Morris Janet & Neil Murray Deb & Gordon Murtagh David Noonan Bob & Sharon Ormerod Christine Pamberi Randy & Lawanda Patterson

Paul & Kimberly Valente Anne Valliere Janeen VanAuken Sue White Patricia G. Williams Tamara Wong

Imagine this… Acquired Brain Injury Program Review Foundation

Imagine this… Employee Health & Fitness Center CDPHP

Imagine this… Endowment Lawrence I. & Blanche H. Rhodes Memorial Fund Alta & Bernie Schallehn

Thanks to donations from board members and a $7,500 matching grant from SEFCU, Living Resources was able to renovate space at our Schenectady site for two new art classrooms. Classes in painting, drawing, sculpture, collage, mosaics, jewelry making, photography and videography will be offered beginning in the spring of 2009.

Denise Hamedy Francine Hemans Rachelle Hicks Janice Hundley Freddie L. Johnson, III Maggie Kirwin, Ed.D. Joseph LaMalfa Martha Lamb Lori Lawrence Donald Led Duke Jim Levay Kay Levine Julie Liss Michelle A. Locke Susan & Colin Lovelock

Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Poitras David & Christy Putman Kathleen Quinn & James Lortsher Lisa, John & Joseph Razanousky Jennifer Richard Charlene Saide Helga A. Schroeter Jim & Robin Sevinsky Ruth E. Smith Dorothy S. Stevens April Symanski Andrea Taichnar Carolyn & Mario Vaccaro

Imagine this… Miller Sanders Gallery M&T Charitable Foundation Michael Marsello/Blown Away Salon Joan & Jim Meyer The Prudential Foundation Drue Sanders Timothy & Bonnie Unser

Matching Gifts GE Foundation

United Way/SEFA Anonymous Edward P. Brennan Patricia Brennan Steven E. Brown Andrea Cass Felix Donnelly Sylvia Gray Kathleen Henault Stanley J. Kelly


Living Resources Kelvin Keraga James Lane William Mahoney Philip McCallion Neil Murray Vicki Perry Carolyn Peterson-Vaccaro James Phillips Eileen Pierce Constance Rue Mary Shoudy Thomas Shoudy Michael R. Symanski Sherry-Jean Waite

Bishop Howard J. Hubbard Awards Luncheon Honoring Dr. R. Mark Sullivan & Assemblyman James Tedisco Mary Ann D. Allen Clifford M. Apgar Marcia B. Aronowitz M. Ann Austin-Strayer Stephen Baboulis Colleen Baglascini Manning & Lois Balcom Hon. J. Albert Barsamian BBL Construction Services Hon. Robert Blais Mr. & Mrs. Raymond A. Bleser, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. David B. Borge Donald D. Bourque, Ph.D. Jill Braverman-Panza, M.D. Albert Brooks Dorothy Brownell Marcus Buckley Shari Butler Barbara A. Carr Karin Carr Bryant J. Cassella James & Rhea Clark David Clarke Robert M. Conway, Jr. Peter Cornell Bartley J. Costello, III Kim Darling Mike D’Attilio Katherine P. Dixon

Karen Doyle John R. Dunne Sister Kathleen M. Eagan, C.S.J. Paul & Diane Ehmann Fredrick W. Erlich Maggie Erlich Mark Felthousen Judi Frey Richard A. Fuerst, Esq. Ruben S. Gersowitz Patricia R. Gorman

Micki Jiminez Karen B. Johnson E. Stewart Jones, Jr. Bill & Irene Juron John Kaiser Maggie Kirwin, Ed.D. Brent Kosoc Chuck Kreuter Kevin G. & Mary Langan Deb LeBlanc Susan Lovelock Jeanne Maloy

A Legislative grant and mini-grants from Stewart’s Holiday Match and WGY Christmas Wish have provided funding to start music and drumming classes for students in the After School and Adventure Programs. Thank you, Stewart’s and WGY for your continuous support!

Thomas Gorman Mary Grondahl William M. Harris. Esq. Patricia Hernandez Wayne Herron Rachelle Hicks Christine Hough Bishop Howard J. Hubbard Marita Jadlos James F. Jednak Mayor Gerald D. Jennings

Brother James Martino Edmond G. Massa I. Norman & Micki Massry Brother Richard Leo McAlice Bernard & Mary McCue Dennis McDonald Donald McKay Francis McKone Jan & Richard Medved Joan Meyer Richard & Kathleen Meyers

Nancy Michaels Samantha Michaels Dr. Paul Miesing Mitchell W. Miller Alma H. Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. Brendan Mooney M. Edward & Doris Mooradian Joseph Morelli Janet Murray Deborah A. Newkirk John J. Nigro Sally D. Nolan Mary Beth & Frank O’Brien Sari & Kevin O’Connor Randall Perry Carolyn Peterson-Vaccaro Mr. & Mrs. William B. Picotte Program Risk Management Mr. & Mrs. John J. Puig Yono Purnomo Mark Quandt Kathleen Quinn Fran & Charles Rasmussen Phyllis Raymond Relph Benefit Advisors Richard C. Riccio Jennifer Richard Commissioner Diana Jones Ritter Daniel Round Drue Sanders & David Ehmann Alta Schallehn Helga A. Schroeter David Sczcerbacki SEFCU Marion S. Sevinsky Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth C. Skinner, Jr. David M. Slingerland Ruth E. Smith Sister Anne Bryan Smollin John Spadafora Dorothy S. Stevens Jeffrey Stone Kathleen Sullivan Andrea Taichnar Peter M. Taubkin Rosemary “Rowie” Taylor


MeetingLife’s Challenges Tech Valley Communications Marisa Teller Susan Thrasher, M.D., Ph.D. Mr. & Mrs. William A. Toomey, Jr. Trustco Bank Lynette & Michael Tucker Hon. Harry J. Tutunjian Bonnie Unser Paul & Kimberly Valente Janeen VanAuken Michele L. Vennard Shawn Viana Dr. John D. Walko John G. Walsh Christopher Ward Leonard A. Weiss Deborah G. Williams Patricia G. Williams Bill Wolff

GHI Workforce Team Challenge 2008 Charity of Choice Gifts Diana & Armand Aiello Sharon Allen AT&T Michelle Banghart Jill C. Barra Mary Eileen Barret Lillian M. Bier Addie Blabey David Blabey David & Susan Blabey David B. Borge Carolyn Bounds Dorothy Brownell Marybeth Burditt Hon. & Mrs. Christopher E. Cahill James Carey Jamie Carey Angela M. Cerutti Barbara Craft Judy Craft Jeffrey Crandall C.T. Male Associates, P.C. James O. Daviero Janet A. Davignon

Cheryl DeNice Kathy DeVoe Celia A. Donnelly Mahrya Drummer Theresa Ellis Marcos Emralino Fredrick W. Erlich Maggie Erlich Donna L. Evans Cari Faszewski First Niagara Financial Group

Ray Isaac Shawn Jeune Hugh W. Johnson, IV Mary T. Kerbelis Catherine Kovach Martha Lamb Debby LaPorte Kenneth Lasky Pamela Lauridsen Ellen M. Leary Gene Lemme

Living Resources staff member Randy Patterson waves to onlookers at the start of the GHI Run last May. Over 100 Living Resources race participants and volunteers used the opportunity as “2008 Charity of Choice” to raise $4,800 for the Employee Appeal which benefits individuals receiving services from our agency.

Reinaldine Fleury Judi Frey Joel & Bette Frisino Randy & Kathleen Goldberg Alfred Goldberger Bryan Goldberger Jennifer L. Graham Edward Hampston Francine Hemans Robert R. Henion, III Rose Herbst Sarah J. Hill Christine Hough

Jim Levay Ginger Levner, R.N. Elizabeth Lewis-Michl Julie Liss Andrea Lyons Eliot Margolis Michael Marpe Paula S. Marsala Eileen Martel Linda McDermott Mercury Insurance Group Joan Meyer Yousaf Michael

Jane E. Moore Robert J. Moore Robert & Jean Moore Susan A. Moore Joseph Morelli Linda P. Morgan Bernice Mullins Darlene Murell Janet Murray Claire E. Neumann Alexandra P. Newman Matthew A. Notz Donna Noyes-Grosser NYS Department of Health NYS Department of Taxation & Finance NYS Office of General Services NYS Office of the State Comptroller NYS Teachers Retirement System Teresa Oertel Mary I. Ojuro Rose Orellana Tim Patno Randy Patterson Carol Pesnichak Parker D. Race David Rasmussen Fran & Charles Rasmussen Glenn Rasmussen Darlene E. Ricci Jennifer Richard Nicholas J. Rose Bob Rossi Jeffrey St. Gelais Laurie Salvi Stephanie Sanders Karen A. Schlederer Kim Schultheis Betty Scriven Jacob Smelley Patricia Sottong Hyman Stadlen, M.D. Andrea Taichnar Irma Terrell Rob Thomas Martha Townley Trang Trinh


Living Resources Barbara Turpin Unified Court System Bonnie Unser Ian Ushe Anne Valliere Walter Vogt Sara B. Welge Michael White, II Carla R. Williams Linda C. Wolfe Tamara Wong

A Peaceful Place ADvantage Promotions Albany County Convention & Visitors Bureau Albany Marriott Kristyn & Matt Alheim Mary Ann D. Allen American Culinary Federation Angelo’s 677 Prime Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Annese Antara Home Joyce & Cliff Apgar David Ardman

Hike Bagramian Dr. & Mrs. Clint Ballinger Mary Anne Barber Mr. & Mrs. Steve Barber Tina Barber John Barczs Mr. & Mrs. Mark Bardack John & Cindy Barkowski Laura Barokas Holly Bayly BBL Construction Services, LLC Wayne & Angela Beddoe Belisama Body Works

Arlene’s Artist Materials Joseph Armstrong Leon & Carol Aronowitz Artforms Gallery & Framery Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Ausfeld Autism Society of America Albany Chapter

Bellini’s Italian Eatery Bennett Contracting, Inc. John & Laurel Berbach Jeff & Michelle Blaaueboer Maria Blanchard Mr. & Mrs. Raymond A. Bleser, Jr. Ricky Bleser

NYRA Open House & Family Day Mary Anne Barber Dan & Tammie Bertrand Jill Braverman-Panza, M.D. Sergio Camacho Dave Chamberlain Donna & Jonathan Dow Barbara Dragon Fredrick W. Erlich Ginsberg’s Food Service Daniel Griesau Peter Karp Jen Keller Mary T. Kerbalis Julie Liss Jimmy & Michelle Locke Susan Lovelock Dan Owens Dave Putman SYSCO Food Service Bonnie Terry Bonnie, Andrew & Kevin Unser

18th Annual Culinary Cornucopia Presenting Sponsor: Northeastern Fine Jewelry Corporate Sponsors: First Niagara HSBC Rose & Kiernan, Inc. SEFCU Media Sponsors: Clear Channel Radio WNYT News Channel 13

Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC Chris & Alyssa Bonitatibus Joseph Bonkoski Mr. & Mrs. David B. Borge Ven Borromeo Bouchey Financial Group Dr. & Mrs. Donald D. Bourque Braverman-Panza Medical Group The Brighter Choice Foundation Ginny & Dave Bromsey Michael Brown Mrs. Grayce Burian Mr. & Mrs. Dave Buthfer Cabot Cheeses Margaret Callahan Capital Communications Federal Credit Union Capital District Business Review Capital Region BOCES Capital Region Urological Surgeons Vince & Mary Capka Carter, Conboy, Case, Blackmore, Maloney & Laird, PC Brian Casey CDPHP Century House Charles, LLC Chatham Imports, Inc. Brian Christein Citi Smith Barney Kenneth B. Claflin Classe Catering Richard & Jeanne Cody Jim Coleman Comedy Central/The Daily Show Anne Comiskey & Felix Archambeault Community Living & Advocacy Supports Mr. & Mrs. James M. Conboy Bill Connor/Woodward Connor Gillies & Seleman Architects Sue Constantini Cool Insuring Agency, Inc. Michael Cooley & Mary Beth Hanner


MeetingLife’s Challenges Peter Cornell Jenness Cortez Cotton Hill Studios The Country Trunk Courtyard by Marriott/ Saratoga Springs C.R. Gas Logs & Fireplaces Crisafulli Bros. Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning Crossgates Mall Crowne Plaza The Crystal Spa Judi Cuccolo Culinary Institute of America Sean & Kim Culnan Bob & Anita Daly Constance D’Amoto-Boni Loretta Darcy Kim Darling Davies Office Refurbishing, Inc. Leo Dean John DeCelle Dr. & Mrs. A. Thomas Decker Mr. & Mrs. Robert Del Signore Ellen DePan Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Desharnais Dimension Fabricators, Inc. Divinitea Jason Doling Bill & April Dowd Carly & Shawn Dowd Karen Doyle Tracy Drobish Drue Sanders Custom Jewelers Heather Dwyer Joanne Dwyer Edgeco Environmental, Inc. Edison Club Empire Wine Mr. & Mrs. Fredrick W. Erlich Maggie Erlich & Reed Anderson Renee Farley Felthousen’s Florist & Greenhouse Tom Finnigan 1st National Bank of Scotia Bill & Jody Fleming Flores Studio/Crimson Gallery

Fogg’s Automotive & Suzuki Judi Frey Joel & Bette Frisino Florence E. Fritz Dr. & Mrs. Roy Fruiterman Al Fudger & Sarah Perrin Richard A. Fuerst, Esq. Fusion Cuisine Sarah E. Gage Lois Anne & Arnold W. Galbraith Elizabeth J. Gallagher Paul & Kara Gallo

George Mann Tory Tavern Steve Giardino Ginsberg’s Food Service Glen Sanders Mansion Golf Galaxy Bettye & Wayne Goodnow Patricia R. Gorman Thomas & Sylvia Gorman Bill & Kay Gormley Grandma’s Restaurant Thomas Gray Family Great Escape Lodge & Indoor Waterpark Greene Trucking, Inc. Eric & Gretchen Guenther Adventure in Food Trading Gary Guenther Guilderland Chamber of Commerce

Kent & Bonnie McGuire Jones Jones Wilcenski & Pleat, PLLC Sister Maureen Joyce, R.S.M. Joyelle’s Jewelers Mr. & Mrs. Richard Jozwiak Peter Karp Howard & Irene Katz Keeler Motor Car Company Patricia Kellam Jen Keller Bryan Kelley John Kellogg Gregg & Valerie Kelly Vincent P. Kelly KEM Handbags The Kirwin-Marrazzo Family Brent Kosoc Bohdan Kostiuk Krause’s Homemade Candy Scott Krikorian/LaCorte Companies Rhonda Krutz Kate Kucharski Lammon Architects, LLP Gary & Sue Lanahan Lapland Lake, Inc. La Serre Restaurant Lavelle & Finn, LLP Amy R. Levie Mark W. Levine Barbara Hinrichs Patricia & Ted Levine Marialyce and Fred Hiss Chris Lindell Hoffman Development Diana Lindsay Corporation Julie Liss Roy Hogeboom & Cindy Turkett Michelle Locke Holiday Brook Farm Julie Lombardo & Eric Mason Madeline Homeyer Lo Porto Ristorante Melissa Houck Susan Lovelock Huck Finn’s Warehouse Fred & Rachelle Luciani Paul & Donna Hughes Kim & Gary Lynch Inger Hurley Bob & Janet MacLasco Inn at the Bridge Maestro’s Restaurant Jack’s Oyster House Mr. & Mrs. Pat Maher Mr. & Mrs. John James Malkin & Ross Janney Montgomery Scott, LLC Kathy Malloy Mayor Gerald D. Jennings Mallozzi’s at the Italian Community Center John’s Auto Service Leo & Dolores Malossi Mr. & Mrs. Edward Johnson Jeanne Maloy

Habana Premium Cigar Shoppe Clelia Hamilton Henry & Phyllis Lyons Hamlin William M. Harris, Esq. Chris & Amy Hebbard Hermies Music Patricia Hernandez Rachelle Hicks Higgins Roberts Beyerl & Coan, PC Eric Hill & Jeanne O’Connell Mr. & Mrs. Henry R. Hinkel


Living Resources Marche at 74 State Phil & Tracy Margiotta Willie Marlow Cara Marruso Michael Marsello/Blown Away Salon Marshall & Sterling Insurance Eileen Martel Dave Martin D. Martinez & S. Kipper Edmond Massa I. Norman & Micki Massry Matt & Debi Matney Mr. & Mrs. Donald Matusik Mazzeo’s Ristorante Jason Mazzuca Phil McCallion Colleen McCauley Mr. & Mrs. Brian McIlroy Mr. & Mrs. Donald G. Medick Peter & Patricia Menditto Joan & Jim Meyer Nancy & Joseph Michaels Dale L. Miller, CMC, AAC John Miller Mirror Lake Inn Miss Sydney’s M.M. Hayes Company, Inc. Jim & Kay Moody Mooradian’s Furniture Joseph Morelli Tara Morgan Morgan Linen Service The Morgan State House Pauline Morris MTM Pharmacy Mr. & Mrs. Harry G. Mulhall Anne Murphy Mr. & Mrs. John Murray, Jr. Deb Murtagh Sandra & Joseph Nardoci NBT Bank New York Long-Term Care Brokers, LTD Deborah A. Newkirk Mr. & Mrs. John Newkirk John & Marian Nitsky Gail Ann Nizinkirck Jeremy Noble

Jim & Terri Nowicki NYS Developmental Disabilities Planning Council The Old Brick Furniture Company Olympic Center/Whiteface Mountain Chet & Karen Opalka Bob & Sharon Ormerod Lawrence Ormsby James & Joan O’Sullivan Dan & Kate Owens Anthony & Dr. Jill Braverman Panza Lynn J. Pauquette Wendy Peluso Mr. & Mrs. Randall Perry Paul & Cheri Pinkans Ron & Carol Piotrowski Bradley Pivar Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Poitras Joseph Porter Warren & Dorothy Pratt Christian & Tracey Price Proctors Theatre Professor Java’s Coffee Sanctuary Dr. & Mrs. Richard Propp Prudential Manor Homes, Realtors Mr. & Mrs. John J. Puig Dave Putman Mike Quaranta Marylyn Raleigh Randall Perry Photography Fran & Charles Rasmussen Phyllis Raymond Recovery Room Sports Bar & Restaurant Reel Seafood Company Regent Communications, Inc. Relph Benefit Advisors James & Gayla Riccardi Richard C. Riccio/St. Anne Institute Charles Robinson The Rollins Group/Smith Barney Roma Importing Company Debbie, Kevin & Collin Rose

Susan Rosenberg Daniel & Debbie Round Royal Care Pharmacy Rumors Salon & Spa Joe Sabo Bill Salmeri Mike & Betsy Saltsman Sam’s Italian American Restaurant Drue Sanders & David Ehmann Saratoga Performing Arts Center Cynthia Scavo Alan Schaeffer Alta & Bernie Schallehn Schenectady Hardware & Electric Co.

Ray & Helen Schiffer Helga A. Schroeter Schuyler Meadows Country Club Sciocchetti & Associates, PLLC Screen Designs, Inc. Selective Insurance Company of America LeGrande Serras Jim & Robin Sevinsky Shirley Sheridan Gary Siegel & Anne Ogden Frederick & Sylvia Sievers Mr. & Mrs. Donald Sipperly Siver Hills Restaurant and Banquet House at Pinehaven Country Club


MeetingLife’s Challenges Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth C. Skinner, Jr. Donna Smith Onnolee Smith Tom Speight Joel M. Spiro, M.D. Mr. & Mrs. Joel F. Spitzer Nancy & Mark Splonskowski Spoon & Whisk Kitchenware Staff Ciampino & Company, P.C. William Stapleton Robert & Elsie Stenard Sterling & Francine Clark Art Institute Dorothy S. Stevens Harry E. Stevens, III Stewart’s Shops Strategic Pension Services, LLC Mayor Brian U. Stratton Lisa Stratton Stuyvesant Plaza Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Sullivan Dr. & Mrs. R. Mark Sullivan Sunmark Federal Credit Union Teresa Swidorski Sylvan Learning Center SYSCO Food Services Andrea Taichnar Chuck Tallent Susan Taylor Tom & Tracy Teal Tech Valley Communications Patrick Tefft Marissa Teller Brian & Carolyn Temperine Kandi Terry Craig Thaler The College of Saint Rose The Inn at Erlowest The Parker Inn Christina Theriaque Susan Thrasher, M.D., Ph.D. Time Warner Cable Joanne & Bill Toomey, Jr. Virginia Touhey Willard & Mary Towne The Toymaker Mr. & Mrs. Clifford Tryon

Lynette & Michael Tucker Peg O’Brien Tucker Tim & Bonnie Unser Carolyn & Mario Vaccaro Mary Vail Paul & Kimberly Valente Valvoline Instant Oil Change Janeen VanAuken Krista VanAuken Viscusi Builders Ltd. John G. Walsh Christopher & Sara Ward Warren Tire Service Center, Inc.

Gifts Made in Honor of: Louis Bonan from Irene & Timothy Griffin Emily Covey’s 2007 College of Saint Rose graduation from Bruce & Debbie Covey Dr. William J. Cromie from Keeler Motor Car Company Fred Erlich’s birthday from David B. Borge Joan Ferguson from Arthur & Jane Ferguson

Jan & Gary Weitzman Richard & Allison Welty Wheatfields Restaurant Jolene Wheeler Mr. & Mrs. David Wikoff Edward V. Wilcenski, Esq. Dr. Bob Wishoff Todd Woodruff Mary Christine Yamin & Dr. Jon Canin Young Sommer…LLC Benita Zahn Zaika Indian Restaurant Brian & Honey Zink Mr. & Mrs. Ben Ziskin Anna Zito

Terry Galbraith from Lois Anne & Arnold W. Galbraith Denise K. Martinez – Happy New Year to my sister from Darlana C. Martinez Aidan Bennett McGee from Dr. Glenn McGee, Dr. Daniel McGee, Ms. Merolyn McGee & Dr. Summer Johnson John James Murphy from Carmella Murphy Joseph Riccardi from James Riccardi Albert Ritzenberg’s 90th birthday from Ken & Susan Ritzenberg

Ruth Smith from Eugenia & Christina Sperrazza Robin Smolinsky from Suzan & Martin Pollack Dorothy S. Stevens from Richard A. Fuerst, Esq.

Gifts Made in Memory of: Kevin & Theresa Brennan from Theresa Rowcroft Timothy A. Carroll from Mr. & Mrs. Roger Batton Siobhan Blank William & Mary Lou Burkhard Margaret Callahan Marie M. Carroll Patrick & Renee Carroll Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Chudzinski Grace Gleason Henry & Fran Horzempa Jeannie F. Kiley Linda M. Marlinski Mary Marocco NYS Thruway Authority/ Canal Corp. David & Terry Pillittere M. Jane Snell Howard & Ruth Stresing Stephen & Karen Williams Mr. & Mrs. James A. Young Isadore Covkin from Eleanor Smith Robert Cummings, Jr. from Elton & Norma Burns Philip J. Cummings Robert S. Cummings, Sr. Sylvester Fiorillo Ken & Carolyn Mundweiler Mr. & Mrs. Keith Rolfe Ellen E. Soulia The Tired 12 at Western Turnpike Golf Course


Living Resources

Rhonda L. Curley from Sandra & Joseph Nardoci Philip DeJana from Alice B. Poole Nancy Dixon from Katherine P. Dixon Richard A. Fuerst, Esq. Mary Giambalvo from Eleanor Leone Eileen Hart from Elizabeth Moore & David Drach John M. Hurley from Sharon Allen Mark Armstrong Kathy & John Avangelista Kevin Baker Valerie Benacquista Brian Boodrow Marybeth Burditt Joe & Helen Burgio Sue Carmen Charles George Trucking Company Tina Chiarella Mike Cognetti Kim Darling Alan DeCarlo & Family Cheryl DeNice Kathy DeVoe Steve Dorgan & Family

Donna Dow Karen Doyle Barbara Dragon Tracy Drobish James & Deborah Duffy Jackie Famiano Mary Fay Thomas & Janice Fife Scott Flynn & Family Chris Forsyth Judi Frey Ronald & Patricia Graves Roy Hogeboom Jason Howard & Family Kristine Huether Kelly & Robert Ide Michael Jay & Family Chip Johnson Glenn & Ann Marie Keenan Sharon Kendzierski Dorothy Kenny Mary Kerbalis Bernard & Darlene Kiel Kindred Parkview Hospital Unit 3-A Nursing & Respiratory Departments Kate Kucharski Glenn & Carolyn Kuhles Joe & Sue LaMalfa

Martha Lamb Lancaster Staff The Lathrop Family Julie Liss The Family of Michael & Johnna LoBiondo Michelle Locke Amy Macey Eliot Margolis Eileen Martel Linda McDermott Jim McGarrity & Family Joe Meath & Family Theresa Moffit Jean Mowery Anne Murphy Janet Murray Deb Murtagh Juliet Musoke Marlene O’Keefe Diane & Michael Pignato Kathy Quinn Lisa Razanousky Bill & Ruth Russell Sarah Saunders Goodie & John Scherer Peg Sipple Sandy Solomon Beverly Steele Michael Stoll Andrea Taichnar Bonnie Terry Bonnie, Tim & Andy Unser

Anne Valliere Janeen VanAuken John Williams Cindy Winegar Rita Zimmer Mr. & Mrs. James Zimmerman Anthony Leone from Eleanor Leone William J. Muller from Rachel & Robert Muller David Sloan from Barbara Sloan

Gifts Made to the Lorraine Miller Scholarship Fund for the Arts John P. Miller

Gifts In-Kind Benchemark Printing, Inc. Bette & Cring, LLC Joan Clark Chris Eckert Dr. & Mrs. Roy Fruiterman Donna Martin/Village Photo Ed Palmer Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Sievers Dave Whitaker Steven Wilson

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LivingResources Corporation 2008 Board of Directors Officers Donald D. Bourque, Ph.D., President John S. Delaney, Vice President Alta Schallehn, Treasurer Kristin Parente, Secretary Board Members Manning Balcom Ralph W. Bandel, Esq. Vladia C. Boniewski Robert Bylancik Richard T. Cody William Davies William J. Gormley Hal G. Gueutal, Ph.D. William McVeigh Henrietta Messier Bonita Sanchez Rosemary Taylor Paul C. Valente Patricia Williams

LivingResources Certified Home Health Agency 2008 Board of Directors Officers Susan M. Dunnigan, President Allen F. Maikels, Vice President Kevin Tully, Treasurer Marc Lustick, Secretary Board Members Karen M. Berney Joan Gold, Ph.D. William J. Gormley Joan L. Healey John Robinson

LivingResourcesLicensed Home Care Agency 2008 Board of Directors Officers Helga A. Schroeter, President Michael Cooley, Vice President Richard Medved, Ed.D., Treasurer Edward V.Wilcenski, Esq., Secretary Board Members Elizabeth J. Gallagher Joseph LaCivita Philip McCallion, Ph.D. Gary Siegel Kenneth C. Skinner, Jr.

LivingResources Foundation 2008 Board of Directors Officers Jill Braverman-Panza, M.D., President John G. Walsh, Vice President Edmond G. Massa, Treasurer Deborah A. Newkirk, Secretary Board Members Carol L. Aronowitz Raymond A. Bleser, Jr. Donald D. Bourque, Ph.D. Kevin A. Carey Richard T. Cody Peter J. Cornell Richard A. Fuerst, Esq. Jay Jakovic, Esq. James F. Jednak Maggie Kirwin, Ed.D. Robert H. Ormerod Lynn J. Pauquette Carolyn Peterson-Vaccaro John J. Puig Daniel Round Drue Sanders Alta Schallehn James A. Sevinsky, Esq. Dorothy S. Stevens Susan Thrasher, M.D., Ph.D. Paul C. Valente Christopher Walsh Honorary Board Members Bishop Howard J. Hubbard Mayor Gerald D. Jennings Karen B. Johnson Dale L. Miller, C.M.C., A.A.C. Sandra V. Nardoci Rabbi Scott Shpeen

Administrative Staff Fredrick W. Erlich, Chief Executive Officer Roy Hogeboom, Chief Financial Officer Andrea Taichnar, Assistant Executive Director for Program Judith Frey, Assistant Executive Director for Administration Directors Philip Catchpole, Day Services Michael S. Cognetti, Acquired Brain Injury Services Barbara Dragon, R.N., Licensed Home Care Agency Christine Hough, Corporate Compliance Michelle A. Locke, Service Coordination Eileen Martel, Human Resources Jason R. Mazzuca, Quality Assurance Joan Meyer, Public Affairs Joseph J. Morelli, Strategic Planning & Internal Financial Review Dan Owens, Information Services David Putman, Resource Management & Allocation Kathleen Quinn, R.N., Certified Home Health Agency Jennifer Richard, College Experience Program, Westchester County & Intake Rob Thomas, Family Support Services Bonnie Unser, Fund Development Anne Valliere, Employment Services


Partnerships & Affiliations American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities American Network of Community Options & Resources Association for Persons in Supported Employment Brain Injury Association of New York State Home Care Association of New York State Job Placement Consortium National Guardianship Association Network of Choice and Opportunity NeuroPsychologic Rehabilitation Services New York State Association of Community & Residential Agencies New York State Rehabilitation Association Northeastern New York Association of Health Care Recruiters Shenendehowa Central School District Transition Advisory Committee Tech Valley Healthy Kids The College of Saint Rose University at Albany

Meeting Life’s Challenges 300 Washington Avenue Extension Albany, NY 12203-7303 Main Office: 518/218-0000 Certified Home Health Agency 518/867-8800

Licensed Home Care Agency 518/867-8777

Dedicated to providing life-enhancing services to individuals with disabilities. Visit us at www.LivingResources.org

2008 Annual Report  

Living Resources 2008 Annual Report

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