Families are drawn to our school because we meet the multiple demands of raising a child with severe disabilities.
Ferncliff Manor, Inc. Cordially Invite You to Their 78th Anniversary
Spring Expressions Gala
Tuesday, April 16th, 2013
The Fountainhead, 55 Quaker Ridge Rd., New Rochelle, NY
6:30 PM to 10:00 PM
Sumptuous Food & Spirits with a Raffle & Auction will be part of the experience our guests will enjoy at this event.
Emcee: Marcus Solis, Reporter, WABC-TV Entertainment will be provided by Cookie Time Productions, LLC.
Ferncliff Manor’s 2013 Spring Expressions Gala Honorees:
Steven Wolf, M.D., a Pediatric Neurologist at Ferncliff Manor, and Director of the Developmental Disability Center at Roosevelt Hospital and the Director of Pediatric Epilepsy at Beth Israel Medical Center and EEG Lab at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center.
Patricia Engel-McGoldrick, NP, MPA, MSN, a Nurse Practitioner and a Medical Physician Assistant, she is also Associate Director of the Developmental Disability Center at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital and Co-director of the Tuberous Sclerosis Clinic at Beth Israel Medical Center.
Sik-Kay Poon, M.D., a Family Practitioner who has worked at Ferncliff for the past twenty-four years. He is also in private practice in Yonkers. We would love to see you!
Thank you in advance for supporting our children!
GALA DOWNLOAD FORM (Journal, Invitation & Raffle)
About the Artwork for Auction: Over the past several months the students at the School for Adaptive & Integration Learning at Ferncliff Manor accomplished this wonderful painting. Inspired by the work of Vincent Van Gogh’s’ Irises, this remarkable acrylic on canvas measures 5’ X 5’. All of the children had some part in creating the work. Under the direction of Art Teacher Melissa Gilbert the students painted these flowers and used their fingers to create the violet blooms. If you look closely you can see the many hand prints that created this work.
Ferncliff Manor, Inc is a not-for-profit organization supporting the mission of a unique residential school for children with developmental disabilities. Ferncliff Manor supports special programs for the children
and the development of our new campus. Founded in 1935, the organization is celebrating its 78th Anniversary! It is dedicated to meeting the needs of people with developmental disabilities, their families and the community utilizing research-based, adaptive and integrative strategies. Services
provided include educational, rehabilitative, specialized residential, health care, creative arts therapies and recreation programs. Our mission is to enable each individual to learn, develop and enjoy a meaningful and personally rewarding life.