Arc GLOW provides day habilitation services to individuals with disabilities to help build self-esteem and independence while introducing a variety of experiences, friends, and possible volunteer opportunities. 



Adults in Motion (AIM) and Without Walls (WOW) are innovative Day Habilitation programs held at the Genesee Orleans Training Opportunity (GOTO) Hub offering adults opportunities in educational and community exploration. Activities within our community include using resources at Genesee Community College and volunteering at Richmond Memorial Library, Genesee County Animal Shelter, Wyoming County SPCA, Meals on Wheels, United Way Backpack Program and the Office for the Aging. AIM & WOW Day Habilitation Programs are based in Batavia, NY. 


Day Habilitation Center

Arc GLOW also provides a center-based day habilitation program, in Elba, New York, for individuals with disabilities to help build self-esteem and independence while introducing a variety of experiences, friends, and possible volunteer opportunities. 

This Day Habilitation program offers structured training opportunities based on individual needs in self-care, communication, socialization, independent living skills, and healthy living. It also links individuals with disabilities to the community through volunteer work, recreation and leisure activities. Professional services include nursing, speech therapy, occupational and physical therapy, and behavior support.


Washington Street Day Habilitation

Our Washington Street Day Habilitation program in Albion provides life-skills training to enhance and expand a person's ability to interact with the community. Individuals participate in music, crafts and community adventures, plus volunteer at the following locations: 

  • Meals on Wheels

  • Central Orleans Volunteer Ambulance

  • The Salvation Army, Medina Lions Club

  • Chamber of Commerce

  • Orleans Office for the Aging

  • Hoag Library

  • Cornell Cooperative Extension

  • The Villages of Orleans Health & Rehabilitation Center


Academy Street Day Habilitation

The Academy Street Day Habilitation program, also located in Albion, provides a variety of experiences and community interactions aimed at helping your loved one develop new interests. Individuals participate in music, crafts, volunteer opportunities and community excursions. A variety of guest speakers, local artisans and musicians also come to the site.


Open Roads Day Habilitation for Seniors

Open Roads Day Habilitation is a productive and meaningful retirement option for older people who no longer desire to work. Our program provides older individuals with disabilities an opportunity to participate in leisure activities such as community outings, physical activities, crafts and more.

Open Roads is a sister program to Uptown Day Habilitation. Both Uptown and Open Roads programs provide assistance in improving the skills needed to perform daily activities away from home. 

Additionally, both programs focus on giving back to the community through volunteerism and participation in local community opportunities. Since 2012, Arc GLOW has staffed up to 780 volunteers and offered 5,300 total work hours through the Open Roads program. Additionally, Arc received a 2016 Partnership Award for the program’s efforts. Jobs offered include grounds work, baking, event promotion and more.


Our Day Habilitation programs have supported these partners:

  • US Army Corps of Engineers at the Mt. Morris Dam

  • Livingston County Nursing and Rehabilitation

  • Letchworth Central School Backpack Program

  • Arc Events

  • Springwater Fire Department for Fireman Appreciation

  • Mt. Morris Police Appreciation

  • Geneseo United Methodist Church

  • Batavia Holland Land Office Museum

  • Steuben Arc Pen Pal Letters

  • Breast Cancer Awareness Fundraiser Baskets


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To learn more about the Arc GLOW's Day Habilitation, contact us at 585-658-2828 or

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