What does YAI do?

What does YAI do?

What does YAI do?

What is YAI? YAI and its network of affiliate agencies offer children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) a comprehensive range of services. Committed to seeing beyond disability, YAI provides opportunities for people to live, love, work, and learn in their communities.

Is YAI a nonprofit?

YAI, which employs 4,000 people and touches the lives of more than 20,000 children and adults each year, is one of the largest nonprofit agencies in New York.

What is YAI stand for?


Acronym Definition
YAI You and I
YAI You’re an Idiot
YAI Yachting Association of India
YAI Youth Action International (Traverse City, MI)

When was Yai founded?

YAI was launched in February of 1957 out of a small school in Brooklyn, New York. Initially staffed by Co-Founders Bert MacLeech and Pearl Maze MacLeech alone, their pilot program served just seven people.

What does Yia mean?


Acronym Definition
YIA Youth in Action
YIA Young Investigator Award
YIA Yes I Am
YIA Yate International Academy (UK)

What do you call Greek grandparents?

Greece: Maybe because it just sounds joyful, the Greek YaYa is a popular grandmother nickname. It’s sometimes hyphenated and sometimes rendered as YiaYia. Hawaii: Tutu is often used for grandparents of both genders, although technically grandmothers are Tutu Wahine and grandfathers are Tutu Kane.

What is a Papou?

The most commonly used Greek term for grandfather is pappous. This is, of course, a phonetic or Americanized spelling since the Greek language uses a different alphabet. You may also see it rendered as pappoo, papu, or papou.