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HOME-NEST CONSULTATION SERVICES Serving People with Mental Health & Developmental Disabilities Please call: 917-662-8379 or email Homenestfam@gmail.com

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Queens Tiles Unlimited helps girl with cerebral palsy on NBC series ‘George to the Rescue’
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“Making a difference one square foot at a time” is the mission statement of Tiles Unlimited in Queens and a belief best exemplified through the company’s continuing partnership with NBC’s home renovation series, “George to the Rescue.” The latest season of the popular show, which stars contractor George Oliphant and his team of workers and […]

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Blizzard of 2016 immobilizes Life’s WORC adult day centers Monday
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Life’s WORC day centers for those with developmental disabilities were hit with nearly two feet of snow this weekend across Queens and Long Island, suspending services at some centers through Monday. A private, nonprofit organization that supports individuals with developmental disabilities inclusive of those on the autism spectrum, Life’s WORC has nearly 40 residential group homes throughout […]

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New club in Howard Beach takes ‘Aktion’ to help disabled adults
Photos courtesy of New York Families for Autistic Children

Two Howard Beach-based organizations have answered the call for action to help improve the lives of developmentally disabled adults. The Kiwanis Club of Howard Beach and New York Families for Autistic Children (NYFAC) announced this week the formation of the Aktion Club of Howard Beach, an affiliate designed to “provide adults living with disabilities an […]

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Glendale Business to be Featured on NBC’s George to the Rescue
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The popular NBC television show “George to the Rescue” will feature Queens’ own Tiles Unlimited for two episodes airing on September 26 and October 17. The home renovation series stars contractor, George Oliphant and his team of workers and volunteers, as they renovate the homes of deserving families. For five years, George and his team […]

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