The HASC Center mission is to advocate for, educate, and assist individuals with developmental and intellectual challenges to make life choices, exercise independence, and develop responsibility. In this endeavor, HASC Center encourages all individuals to maximize their dreams and become productive members of the community. This is accomplished by providing an array of individual and family supports through a dedicated team of professionals and support staff.
HASC Center provides a full range of support services for children and adults with developmental and intellectual challenges through a variety of programs (Residential, Educational, Vocational, Habilitation, Service Coordination, Supported Employment, Respite, Recreation, Benefits/Entitlement, Clinical & Medical).
May has been proclaimed by President Obama and United States Congress, Jewish American Heritage Month. Despite years of oppression and persecution, Jews have always risen up to help bring improvement and progress to society.
The International Center for Autism Research and Education (Icare4autism), a New York City- based non-profit organization, announced plans to create the world’s first Global Autism Center on Mt. Scopus in Jerusalem, Israel.