Newsletter

  • Sunday, October 1st, 2006

    Fall 2006

    I can’t quite remember what the weather was like the day I met Bob Policastro from Angela’s House. Everyday had been gloomy and gray until that point. My wife and I had a lot of questions ahead of us, but few answers.

    You see, my wife and I had been living behind a curtain, next to my daughter Kiley’s crib in the pediatric intensive care unit “PICU” of Schneider’s Children’s Hospital for that last week and a half.

  • Tuesday, April 11th, 2006

    Spring 2006

    Evan’s Story Born Sept 23, 1995, Evan was reported to be hypotonic upon arrival in the nursery. At 6 months old, it was noticed that he was not developing, in holding his head up or sitting unaided. He started seeing all types of doctors and had all types of tests (ex: MRI, eyes, ears, nose, […]

  • Saturday, October 1st, 2005

    Fall 2005

    Grace for a Cure Angela’s House works with over 300 children in our community that have life threatening illnesses, severe disabilities and special health care needs. It is not uncommon for us to see some of the rarest diseases or debilitating illnesses affecting our children. One cannot imagine the bravery of families living with children […]

  • Monday, April 11th, 2005

    Spring 2005

    Angela’s House II Opens This beautiful home in Smithtown for medically fragile children is now open. This is the second specialty home on Long Island for children that require 24 hour nursing supervision. The first Angela’s House was built in 2000 in the Policastro’s 10 year effort to have a facility that could care for […]

  • Friday, October 1st, 2004

    Fall 2004

    NYS Assemblyman Harvey Weisenberg Breaks the Trend While most politicians were doing campaign fund raising this past fall, this Assemblyman hosted a Special Brunch for Special Children. Angela’s House was one of the proud recipients of this fund raising effort, which raised $55,000 for Angela’s House II. This event was so beautiful it touched everyone’s […]

  • Sunday, April 11th, 2004

    Spring 2004

    Anthony Morrone of Horan, Martello, Morrone, PC of Hauppauge wrote a special book about a disabled boy. Anthony touched on the very sensitive insight into the mind and heart of a child who had been born severely disabled, and how as a child he grappled within himself why he was so afflicted.

  • Wednesday, October 1st, 2003

    Fall 2003

    Newsday covered a heart-warming story regarding two of Angela’s House’s special children, Ryan and Michael Steubing. Ryan and Michael share a small bedroom in their Levittown home.