Thank you for celebrating abilities and inclusion with us!

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A Message from Our President

We are always glad to meet people interested in our mission of bringing abilities to life and building a community where all are included fully. We'll post the latest news and events weekly. Questions? Please e-mail us at info@alsigl.org.

Thomas O'Connor

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CP Rochester

CP Rochester provides a network of services for people with physical disabilities®, from infancy through their senior years, to ensure that they safely determine their own pathways in life and live as full members of their communities. Over 65 years of dedicated service,
CP Rochester continues to open doors and change lives.

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Epilepsy-Pralid, Inc.

Epilepsy-Pralid, Inc. provides education, advocacy, and tailored services for people with epilepsy, traumatic brain injury, and other brain conditions. Our region encompasses the Rochester, Syracuse, and Binghamton areas.

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Medical Motor Services

Medical Motor Services provides direct transportation services to children, adults, and senior citizens with disabilities® and special needs, arranges transportation using other community providers and offers a vehicle maintenance service to other not-for-profit organizations.

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National Multiple Sclerosis Society Upstate New York Chapter

National Multiple Sclerosis Society Upstate New York Chapter provides comprehensive services to families who live with the unpredictable effects of multiple sclerosis through education, information, advocacy, health and wellness activities.

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Rochester Hearing and Speech Center

Rochester Hearing and Speech Center identifies, evaluates and provides treatment for anyone of any age with speech, language, or hearing challenges to enable communication for life.

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Rochester Rehabilitation

Rochester Rehabilitation achieves its mission of Work, Wellness, Independence, by getting people back to work and fostering active living. It provides an array of vocational, mental health, specialized driver evaluation/training, plus adaptive sports and recreation services for people with disabilities® designed to assist them in achieving vocational goals, independent living, and healthy active lifestyles.

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Support the Al Sigl Community

This year marks the 50th Anniversary of Al Sigl Community of Agencies’ flagship campus on Elmwood Avenue. Justin Vigdor, Al Sigl’s Founding Board Chair, has seen our agencies grow from serving 3,000 people to serving over 55,000 children and adults and their families on six campuses. Reflecting, Mr. Vigdor shared:

“In 1968, our dream was realized as the doors opened at Elmwood and South to welcome people of all ages and abilities to learn, grow and have their needs addressed. With no existing model to follow, a dedicated group of parents, advocates, and community volunteers explored new ways of thinking about collaboration, accessibility, and the demonstrated need to help people with special needs and their families. The final result was a fully-accessible building, the very first of its kind, with spaces adaptable to the unique needs of each agency, along with shared spaces open to all. I’m honored to have been a part of this story.”

Please join Justin Vigdor and the entire Al Sigl Community of Agencies as we celebrate this 50 year milestone.

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Al Sigl Community of Agencies

We’re a collaborative community network that provides high-quality, cost-effective real estate and business services to a growing array of organizations that serve children and adults with disabilities® and special needs.

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29th Annual WalkAbout

  Thank you to everyone who helped make this year’s Al Sigl Community WalkAbout such a wonderful celebration together! Visit the links below to check out the great costumes and happy smiles. Thank you again for celebrating abilities and inclusion with us! Photos by Jolana Babacek Photography Hype Photo Booth Photos You can still help your favorite […]

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Leaders Secure $500k to Support Golisano Autism Center

Assembly Majority Leader Joseph D. Morelle and Assemblymember Harry B. Bronson announced that they have secured a $500,000 state grant supporting the construction of the new Golisano Autism Center in Rochester. Of the announcement, Assembly Majority Leader Morelle said, “The Golisano Autism Center will provide families in our community with access to comprehensive and coordinated […]

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2nd Annual Al Sigl Council Holiday Paddle Tournament

  • November 17, 2018, 12:30 p.m. at Tennis Club of Rochester

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