Job Path Wins Autism Speaks House to Home Prize

 

Job Path was awarded the top prize in the daily support category for CHIC: Changing Housing into Community. CHIC is a parent-initiated program that represents a partnership between Job Path, a group of parents and Adaptations, a social program at the JCC of Manhattan. CHIC offers the support of a group home without the group home. People have their own apartments but live near one another.  Everyone has the personalized supports they need to manage their households and participate in community life. We are even creating an app, Pieced, that is designed to help people hire their own staff. Think Tinder meets Linked In. Our first CHIC community, which we call West Side Connections, is operating in New York City.

 Click here to watch a short video about CHIC and Pieced. 

 Autism Speaks Video Award Picture

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David Kranz

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Gideon Pianko

Diana Zeidner

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West Side Connections has gone from the drawing board to reality: several young people are now in their own apartments. Director, Lauren Enos, manages the day-to-day details and helps connect the young people to one another and to community life.

Job Path’s First Art Heist Fundraiser

 

 

Did you miss our Art Heist? The event, held at the Brooklyn Brewery, featured art donated by artists and friends from Job Path. Click here to watch a short clip and we hope to see you next year!