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Older adults and technology, a contradiction in terms or lifesaver?

There is something intangibly profound about the real impact that assistive technology can have on older adults. To the average person, assistive technology is not...

WIHD welcomes trainees

The Westchester Institute for Human Development (WIHD) welcomed 25 trainees to the 2018-2019 class for its LEND program.

Westchester Institute for Human Development appoints program director

Jenean Castillo will lead the federally funded Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and related Disabilities (LEND) interdisciplinary training program.

Business Council appoints co-chairs to Not-For-Profit Council

The Not-For-Profit Council is comprised of members of nonprofit organizations and meets quarterly to address issues, develop partnerships and highlight the economic contributions of the nonprofit community. "We are honored to have such distinguished leaders from the not-for-profit community to chair our Not-For-Profit Council,” said Business Council president and CEO Marsha Gordon.

WIHD receives funds, equipment from dental foundation

The Westchester Institute for Human Development in Valhalla has received $5,000 plus a portable hand-held X-ray unit from the New York State Dental Foundation.

Doctors of Distinction celebrates best in Westchester medicine

The annual awards, co-sponsored by the Westchester County Business Journal, recognized a wide range of doctor specialties at a ceremony on Tuesday.

Sorority donates backpacks to WIHD

The Westchester Institute for Human Development received 60 new backpacks filled with school supplies.

Fox named to state group

Susan Fox has been named to the stakeholders group formed by the New York State Department of Health for its Disability and Health Program.

Westchester Institute for Human Development receives medical research grant

The $547,000 grant will be used to fund research and educational efforts related to studying disability and human development.

LEND program graduates 26

LEND is an interdisciplinary leadership training program funded by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau of the federal government at 52 universities around the country.