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Variety, a children’s charity, is searching for 150 eligible children with disabilities to receive adaptive bikes before April 1, 2014.
On Thursday, January 16 Kimmy is leaving on a jet plane and traveling to Santa Rosa, California to the Canine Companion for Independence National Headquarters.
The Achievement Center’s Executive Director, Rebecca Brumagin, was thrilled to be reunited with a former client, Jeremy Smith, when he donated coloring books to the agency.
Volunteer: To offer or give of one’s own accord. The Achievement Center is pleased to have many regular volunteers that assist us throughout the year. Marilyn Murphy is one of them.
Christina Colon is the Achievement Center's first Behavior Specialist to obtain the new Pennsylvania State Licensure.
The Achievement Center Inc. is pleased to announce the relocation of the downtown agency and satellite offices supported in part by a capital campaign. The Achievement Center and Erie Commerce, LLC., have entered into an agreement for the purchase of a portion of the former Steris Complex, 2424 West 23rd Street, Erie. The Beyond Expectation! Capital Campaign is underway and will assist in supporting the relocation, growth, and mission of the agency.
A Special Time for Children: A “Signing” Story Time; the Achievement Center Creates an Interactive E
A Signing Story Time will provide a special time for children ages 6 months to 18 months. This event is especially designed for children who are deaf or hard of hearing to enjoy an interactive experience during story time. Join us Friday, January 25th from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the Blasco Library Children’s Story Time Room to share an interactive experience of stories, songs, and sign language.
Don't miss out on changing the lives of children with special needs. Join us at the 22nd Annual Erie Trivia Night, Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at the Bayfront Convention Center. Prepare your team for the ultimate challenge in Erie Trivia and the ultimate fundraising event in Erie.
Have no fear it’s your friendly neighborhood golden retriever, Kimmy the Wonder Dog is here! Kimmy uses her extraordinary powers and abilities to assist in a Superheroes Social Skills program based on superheroes that have good social skills. Kimmy the Wonder Dog is helping young boys to learn and get along with their peers. For Kimmy it’s all in a day’s work!
Highmark representatives presented a check for $30,000 to the Achievement Center. Funding will help a new Achievement Center program Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT).