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Saratoga Bridges has proudly provided the highest level of quality professional services to people with developmental disabilities and their families for more than 60 years.   Our services include a broad range of innovative and effective programs designed to foster independence by promoting their abilities and achievements. 

As one of the largest non-profit organizations in Saratoga County, Saratoga Bridges is committed to ensuring that individuals are able to empower their  hopes and dreams.  Our dedicated, conscientious, hard working and specially trained staff members offer person-centered opportunities combined with great compassion for people to work, volunteer, socialize and recreate in the community while leading full, productive and contributing lives.   


Our philosophy is that every day is full of possibilities!

Saratoga Bridges is a Chapter of NYSARC, Inc., the largest not-for-profit in New York State serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. The 53 Chapters comprising NYSARC, Inc. are located in every county in New York State. The Organization supports over 60,000 individuals, employs over 30,000 people and has a membership of over 110,000.

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On this #ThankfulThursday, we want to express our upmost gratitude again to our friends at Better As One. Jackie Ahn, one of the Founders pictured with Associate Executive Director Greg Cuda, stopped by with a check from the proceeds of their Recipe Share. You can continue to support us by purchasing a cookbook at bit.ly/2OjndA6

#SaratogaBridges #BetterAsOne #CommunitySupport #SkidmoreStudents #RecipeShare
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Saratoga Bridges, A chapter of The Arc New York

March is recognized as Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month to increase public awareness of the potential and capabilities of the individuals we are privileged to support. Throughout the month, we will be celebrating their amazing achievements and invite you to share them as well.

#DDAwareness21 #DDAM
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During Moe Road's Music Group on Saturday, DSP 2 Sophia Bisceglia and Cathy enjoyed singing Music, Music, Music and Swing Low, Sweet Chariot. We hope you do as well... 🎶⭐️

#BridgesStrong #MusicSaturdays #KeepItPositive #Singing #WeLoveOurDSPs #SaratogaBridges #BeADifferenceMaker
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We want to express our gratitude to our friends at Better As One. Jackie Ahn, pictured with Associate Executive Director Greg Cuda, presented a check from the proceeds of their Recipe Share. You can support us by purchasing a cookbook at https://bit.ly/2OjndA6
#ThankfulThurs

March is recognized as Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month to increase public awareness of the potential and capabilities of the individuals we are privileged to support. Throughout the month, we will be celebrating their amazing achievements.

#DDAwareness21 #DDAM

During Moe Road's Music Group on Saturday, DSP 2 Sophia Bisceglia and Cathy enjoyed singing Music, Music and Swing Low, Sweet Chariot. We hope you do as well... 🎶⭐️

#BridgesStrong #MusicSaturdays #KeepItPositive #Singing #WeLoveOurDSPs #SaratogaBridges #BeADifferenceMaker

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