Check out STAR's video by Rubberband for the Walk, Roll & Stroll
Please view these videos to learn more about the depth and breadth of our programs and services for infants, children and adults with developmental disabilities. If you become aware of additional video coverage related to STAR, please let us know! Contact Megan Johnson at 203-846-9581 x339 or email@example.com.
STAR's Employment Services program links partnering businesses with individuals with developmental disabilities who very much want to work. Take a look at some of our STARs.
STAR's Rubberband on Fox 61 News!
STAR's Rubberband profiled on the video news station, It's Relevant (www.itsrelevant.com). Click image above to view story.
Check out STAR's Special Olympics connection with Sharon Crowley of FOX News NY (a friend of STAR, who was moderator of our last 2 speakers luncheons) interviewing the Shrivers and former STAR client Jack Piscitell and mom Cathleen Piscitell. We are so inspired by our STAR families' accomplishments!
STAR awarded grant from State of CT Nonprofit Grant Program to purchase 14 new vans from Honda of Westport! Story on "It's Relevant" (ckick above)
The world can be yours! Please watch this video to see how STAR, Inc. makes a difference in the lives of so many children and adults with developmental disabilities.
10th Annual STAR Walk, Roll & Stroll held at Sherwood Island State Park on Sunday, May 3, 2015 profiled on the video news station, It's Relevant. Click image above to view story.
10th Annual STAR Walk, Roll & Stroll video produced by sponsor CVC Creative Video Corporation!
Check out video on It's Relevant.com about STAR's Galaxy of Gourmets event with chefs from top restaurants and businesses in the area to benefit STAR!
STAR, Inc makes a difference in so many lives of children and adults with developmental disabilities.
STAR, Inc encourages adults with developmental disabilities to get involved in the community and volunteer!
A Day In The Life of A STAR told by Billy Tolles
STAR's Employment Services Program matches
individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities with local employers. This STAR Works
video shows how the program changes lives. Copywrite 2016. Produced by volunteer Katrine Ryan. Music by Rascal Flatts.