Honorees for the Art for Autism Gala Announced!

On Saturday, November 14, 2015, at the Hilton Garden Inn on Staten Island, Eden II will be hosting the annual gala. The event, known this year as the Art for Autism Gala, is Eden II’s most significant annual fundraising event and an opportunity to honor those who have proven to be leaders in our community and in serving the needs…

Eden II’s Executive Director to Receive “Top Women In Business” Award

Please join us in congratulating Eden II’s Executive Director, Dr. Joanne Gerenser, as she receives the 2015 Staten Island “Top Women In Business” award! This award is presented to women who have positively impacted their communities through tireless support, advocacy and business leadership. Past honorees and esteemed attendees have included Michael Bloomberg, Bill de Blasio, Rosanna…

Eden II's Executive Director to Receive "Top Women In Business" Award

Please join us in congratulating Eden II’s Executive Director, Dr. Joanne Gerenser, as she receives the 2015 Staten Island “Top Women In Business” award! This award is presented to women who have positively impacted their communities through tireless support, advocacy and business leadership. Past honorees and esteemed attendees have included Michael Bloomberg, Bill de Blasio, Rosanna…

Eden II Board Member Publishes Book

Team Eden II

Dolores Morris, a member of Eden II’s Board of Trustees, has published a new, exciting book! “The Soldier That Wagged Her Tail” tells the story of William A. Morris, Dolores’ father, and his service during WWII. While staying in a port village in England, William encounters a small terrier, who he later names “Trixie”. Trixie became William’s constant companion during the war, never leaving his side. 

NY Autism Insurance Mandate: What You Need to Know

puzzleNew York is one of 39 states in the country to enact an autism insurance mandate, which allows for coverage of a number of medical and behavioral treatments, including Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). There are many questions families of children with autism might have, such as what services are covered and if children receiving an Individualized Education Program (IEP) are eligible for insurance funded services. Here are some basic facts you should know about the insurance mandate: