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Seasons of Fun!

Summer is the season of heat, scorching sand, coconut sunblock and melted ice cream. To celebrate our hottest season, PCC has gathered the best of Long Island's cool summer fun. Let your sizzling summer begin! 

Visit our revamped Seasons of Fun section on our website's homepage and check out the lists we compiled for your sizzling summer fun needs!

Speed-friending is officially fun!

We are proud to announce that Positive Community Connections received a 2024 grant from Real Transition Partners to host offical PB Academy Speed-friending game nights. We are so excited to share our lives, likes, stories and interests with all our new friends! 

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PCC at the Jigsaw Run, Commack Septa and Strides for Autism Pride events

PCC recognizes that our local communities play a huge role in providing support resources for Self-Directed individual and their families. Our goal is to celebrate these communities, strengthen their bonds with our participants and create a network of support. With that in mind PCC was proud to take part in three incredible community resource and fundraising events this April. 

tal and tom

On Sunday April 30th PCC joined our friends at the EJ Autism Foundation for their Annual Jigsaw Run at the East Islip Marina!

Tom (PCC Community Connector), Tal and active PCC member Jonathan, were at the event handing out flyers and sharing information as PCC representatives.  They had so much fun under the PCC tent making connections while cheering for all the amazing runners!

valentines cards

Positive Community Connection's is proud to have spread some love and comfort to the children of Mount Sinai South Nassau Hospital. Our crafters from Nassau Arts and Crafting and Crafting Connections did a great job making Valentines Day cards for the children in the pediatric wing. These lovely cards made the holiday just a little extra sweet! 

We encourage you to read the thank you note our members recieved from the hospital. 

Our PCC Members welcomed in the first days of spring by hiking the beautiful grounds of the Bayard Cutting Arboretum. The grounds of this historic Long Island manor is home the hundreds of species of trees and plants. Surrounded by the Connetquot River, waterfowl, turtles and the occasional happy human can be found floating around its shores!!

This was the perfect meetup to relax and enjoy the beauty of nature. 

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