Season 8 Resources

Angela’s House

In 1992, the non for profit Angela’s House, was created to offer families and professionals an agency to call to help medically frail children and their families. Angela’s House has helped to simplify home care options for families by coordinating the extensive array of services needed to support medically frail children at home.




The Center for Special Needs Trust Administration, Inc.

centersThe Center for Special Needs Trust Administration, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that administers Pooled Trusts and Special Needs Trusts. From the time of its founding on December 8, 2000, it quickly grew to become the largest Pooled Trust provider in the country and has been a clear industry leader ever since.

As consultants, we help guide clients to meaningful choices by making complex issues understandable in normal every-day terms. Because of our multi-company approach, we are able to offer creative solutions that match the specific needs of our clients instead of merely offering products.



Independent Group Home Living Program, Inc.

ighlProviding lifetime alternatives for people with intellectual disabilities.





Red Bandanna Project

RBP-Logo2Supported by the Fetzer Institute in partnership with the Welles Remy Crowther Charitable Trust, the Red Bandanna Project, social and emotional learning curricula for students of all ages, has been created. The lessons taught are Leadership, Caring for Others, TEAM, The Power of One, Bridging Divides, Forgiveness andCarpe Diem. Five separate curricula for elementary, middle and high school classrooms, sports teams and camps/youth programs have been pilot tested in 100 schools and youth programs across the country and received by teachers, students , coaches and parents with much enthusiasm.


Russo Law Group, P.C. (Formerly Vincent J. Russo & Associates, P.C.)

Russo Law Group, P.C., Long Island’s Signature Elder Law, Special Needs and Estate Planning Law Firm with offices in Garden City, Islandia, Lido Beach, and Manhattan, New York has championed the rights of seniors and people with special needs since 1985.



Welles Remy Crowther Charitable Trust

Crowther-Trust-LogoThe Welles Remy Crowther Charitable Trust was established in September 2001 by the Crowther Family to honor and keep their beloved son’s memory alive through good works benefiting young people. The mission of the Welles Remy Crowther Trust recognizes and awards academic and athletic excellence in young men and women who serve their communities through education, health, recreation and character development. The Trust supports other not-for-profit organizations that benefit young people through annual gifts and special awards.