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Programs that are designed to develop specific cognitive skills, usually in the language arts and mathematics, from a deficient level to one that is appropriate to the educational level and aspirations of a particular student. Diagnostic testing to determine the nature and extent of the problem may also be included.

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AFTER SCHOOL HOMEWORK ASSISTANCE PROGRAMProvides an education-focused group to assist youth age 12 and under with remedial support. Learning tools include arts and crafts, field trips, guest speakers and discussion groups. Program Sites: Clara H. Carlson School-235 Belmont Boulevard, Elmont, New York 11003 and the Gotham Avenue School-Gotham Avenue, Elmont, New York 11003. Call for more information.NassauAFTER SCHOOL HOMEWORK ASSISTANCE PROGRAMGATEWAY YOUTH OUTREACH, INC.
ALTERNATIVE TO INCARCERATION (ATI)Provides the ATI program. The goal of the ATI program is to reduce recidivism through educational achievement and employability development. ATI is designed to meet the individual needs of youth 16 - 21, who are assigned as a court placement or for high-risk students whose needs are not being met in their current school setting. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkALTERNATIVE TO INCARCERATION (ATI)EASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
AUTISM CONSULTANT SERVICES/PARENT TRAINING/HOME ABA SERVICESConsultations and trainings are designed to assist staff to work effectively at sites with the most challenging students on the autism spectrum. These services are added to a District’s Commitment Form when the service of a behavioral specialist or autism consultant is recommended by the CSE for implementation on a regular basis over a period of time. Autism consultants will address applied behavior analysis strategies, behavioral strategies, and educational strategies. Through Parent Training, they can assist parents in utilizing strategies in the home that are consistent with those used in school to facilitate student progress. Home ABA Services are designed to meet the needs of component districts for students with autism spectrum disorders to provide for continuity and generalization. Methodologies include applied behavior analysis, discrete trial instruction, and task analysis. Progress is tracked and monitored to emphasize effective collaboration and consistency between home, school, and community. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkAUTISM CONSULTANT SERVICES/PARENT TRAINING/HOME ABA SERVICESEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
BASIC SKILLSOffers basic skills classes. Course offerings include: Foundations for College Success; A Grammar Refresher; Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking; Study Skills; Time Management; Improving Your Writing Skills and Introduction to Math for Everyday life. Courses vary each semester and are located at various locations. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkBASIC SKILLSSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
BRENNAN MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAMServes disabled adolescents, ages eleven through fourteen. This program provides an enriched educational environment that incorporates the Common Core Learning Standard while responding to many of the students’ social and psychological needs. Beyond basic academic instructions, many students receive services from consulting psychiatrist either employed by the Office of Mental Health or BOCES and participate in a wide range of extracurricular activities. The classroom teacher, the paraprofessional(s), a psychologist and a social worker assigned to each classroom unit create a team approach. Outreach services to involve families within the school community is an integral part of the Middle School Program. Also offered is the The PASS program at the Brennan Middle/High School. This program is serving disabled and non-disabled students of middle and high school ages. This program offers a highly structured environment in which instructional and behavioral deficits can be addressed within a small group setting for high school aged students. The educational environment parallels that of the Brennan High School. Students may or may not be classified as special education students. All are in need of alternative education. Truancy, non-compliance with school rules and generally disruptive behavior often characterize a student in crisis; such a student is appropriate for the PASS program. Students who are at risk due to poor achievement may also be referred to this program where they will be afforded many support services to ensure success. Call for detailed information.SuffolkBRENNAN MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAMWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND INFORMATION SUPPORT SERVICESProvides local school districts with a range of educational support services, including leadership training, professional development, curriculum-writing and instructional technology staff and programs. Support and training are available for student information systems, as well as special education software, test scoring, data warehouse and student data analysis. Researched-based and targeted to local needs, these services are available to teachers, administrators, boards of education, support staff, parents, and students. Initiatives include, but are not limited to, responding to the Common Core Standards and alignment, meeting the needs of diverse learners, instructional technology, distance learning, educational leadership, the arts, library media, shared decision making, and strategic planning. Workshops and seminars provide opportunities for participating districts to learn from the foremost experts in the field, with on-site or in-class experience, providing the link between theory and practice. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND INFORMATION SUPPORT SERVICESEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
EASTERN LONG ISLAND ACADEMY OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGYServes high school juniors and seniors with rigorous and relevant learning in specific technical fields. Our broad array of programs are designed to meet the needs of component districts, students and our local workforce. We prescribe to continuous improvement, with a focus on improving student outcomes, meeting or exceeding New York State Education Department standards, offering career and technical courses that are New York State Education Department approved, and utilizing research and best practices related to our student needs. Courses are offered in: Animal Science; Art. Design and Visual Communications; Audio Production; Auto Body Repair and Car Customizing; Automotive Technology; Aviation/Professional Pilot Training; Barbering; Carpentry/Residential Construction and Home Improvement; Certified Personal Training; Clinical Medical Assisting; Computer Science and App Development; Computer Technology and Repair; Cosmetology; Culinary Arts/Restaurant Operations Management; Dental Chairside Assisting; Drone Technology; Early Childhood Education; Electrical Trade and Alternative Energy; Engineering Collaborative - Regional STEM High School; Fashion Merchandising and Design; Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC); Law Enforcement; Marine/Motorsports Technology; Nurse Assisting; Physical Therapy Aide; Plumbing and Heating; Practical Nursing; Professional Photography/Digital Photography; Television, Video and Digital Film Production and Welding/Metal Fabrication. Call for more detailed information. Our efforts reflect our ongoing commitment to deliver quality programs that transform the lives of our secondary and adult learners. For more information, please visit LONG ISLAND ACADEMY OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGYEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMDesigned to provide the opportunity of a college education to capable students who are historically disadvantaged due to limited financial resources and inadequate academic preparation. EOP students are provided ongoing support services and resources to help insure their collegiate success. Once admitted to the college via EOP, students have access to a myriad of services including but not limited to academic, pre-professional and personal counseling; tutoring; workshops; advocacy; and supplemental financial support. The Educational Opportunity Program is committed to excellence and seeks students who are truly motivated and willing to work hard to achieve their goals. Eligible students for the EOP program are students who are: Students who are residents of New York State; Students who have a high school diploma or its equivalent; Students who do not meet the regular admissions requirements of SUNY Farmingdale, but fall within the range of EOP standards and demonstrate academic potential; Students who are historically disadvantaged and meet the economic guidelines of eligibility as established by the Office of Special Programs in Albany and Students of all ethnic origins. For more details, please contact the EOP office directly. SuffolkEDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
EQUIVALENT AID PROGRAMDelivers basic literacy courses to out-of-school youth between 18-21. Instruction is provided in reading, writing, mathematics and the development of English speaking, listening and writing skills. This program also provides for an assessment and support services program to help young adults plan for future employment. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkEQUIVALENT AID PROGRAMEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY PREPARATIONProvides 16 to 18 year old students an opportunity to achieve a high school equivalency diploma, now TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion). This program serves eligible students who cannot earn the number of credits necessary to receive a diploma, or who have been out of school (grade 9 or above) for at least one year. Students attend classes at least 14 hours per week. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkHIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY PREPARATIONWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
JEA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PROGRAMStudents, ages five through twelve, are educated at the elementary school of the Special Education Division. This program provides instruction in basic skills of reading, writing, communication and math. For those students with multiple disabilities, instructional emphasis is on Activities of Daily Living, mobility and basic communication. In addition to basic classroom instruction students may receive adaptive physical education if needed. An enrichment program in basic skills and basic technology education is part of the core curriculum which assists students in preparing for the New York State standardized tests or Alternative Assessments. A wide range of special activities help stimulate each student's social skills. In addition, some students receive services from a consulting psychiatrist. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkJEA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PROGRAMWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
JERUSALEM AVENUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLProvides a dynamic, child-centered, educational experience at the Jerusalem Avenue School, which is staffed by certified special educators dedicated to providing a high-quality, individualized learning environment. Class ratios, as determined by student need, are 6:1:1 or 9:1:2. Reading, language arts, math, science, and social studies are aligned to the New York State Common Core Learning Standards and address students' cognitive levels and learning styles. Learning, behavioral or developmental disabilities that interfere with students’ abilities to succeed in general education are addressed by social and emotional supports integrated into classroom activities. A school-wide growth recognition PBIS (Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support) program addresses social and emotional needs and a specific plan is developed for each child by the child's teacher and counselor. Social learning skills are emphasized throughout the curriculum and students work as a team to support each other in social growth. Parents are kept informed concerning their child's progress and are encouraged to be active partners in the education of their child by reinforcing what the child learns in school at home. Supportive and related services are available as needed. Psychologists and social workers work closely with students in individual and group sessions to support the development of positive social skills and behaviors and are available to parents on a group or individual basis. Occupational and physical therapies assist students in meeting goals. Speech and Language services are designed to increase students' learning potential and address receptive and expressive difficulties. Different modes of communication are used to meet individual students' needs. The Jerusalem Avenue School also provides the Intensive Support Program (ISP) through a collaborative program developed by Nassau BOCES and the North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center for students with significant emotional difficulties with an on-site psychiatrist, psychiatric social workers and coordinator. Services include psychiatric supervision and ongoing parent counseling to address emotional and behavioral issues that interfere with the achievement of educational goals. In addition to the center-based program in North Bellmore, two 9:1:2 classes located in the Michael F. Stokes Elementary School in the Island Trees School District provide students with opportunities for integration with non-disabled peers during specific activities during the day. Call for more detailed information.NassauJERUSALEM AVENUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
LITERACY AND LEARNING DEVELOPMENT CENTEROffers individual instruction in reading and writing-literacy as well as evaluations for children in grades 2 through 6 and high school students for SAT/Writing help. Instruction given by graduate students working towards masters' degrees in reading or special education, and supervised by college faculty. Call for additional information and to register.SuffolkLITERACY AND LEARNING DEVELOPMENT CENTERLONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY-BRENTWOOD CAMPUS
LITERACY CENTERProvides literacy assessment and instruction for students entering grades 1-12 who are experiencing difficulties in reading and/or writing. This includes problems with decoding, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, writing, and study skills. Teachers employ a variety of instructional approaches, based on the most current educational theory and research. Assessment and instruction are provided by New York State-certified teachers completing certification or a Master’s degree in literacy. Each new student entrant is individually evaluated before the instructional sessions begin, and an individualized plan is developed to meet the specific literacy needs of each student. The evaluation includes a combination of formal and informal assessments, personal interviews, and writing samples. Based on the results of the evaluation, students are placed in either small groups (no more than four students) or in an individual setting. Conferences inform parents of progress and make recommendations for support at home. At the end of the semester, a summary report is written for all students. Programs are offered during three semesters per year: Fall, Spring, and Summer. During the Fall and Spring semesters, classes meet for twenty, forty-five minute instructional sessions. In addition, Saturday classes are available; a single, ninety-minute session will be held per week. The cost of instruction is based on group or individual placement. A summer session is also available. For more information, contact the Literacy Center.NassauLITERACY CENTERADELPHI UNIVERSITY
LITERACY & LEARNING DEVELOPMENT CENTERProvides strategic learning skills to selected clients in the local community and serve as a supervised training facility for our graduate student interns. The Centers are staffed by graduate student interns who are in the process of completing a Master's degree in either Literacy or Special Education. Each clinician is closely supervised by professors who are faculty members of the department. The Clients are Students in grades two through six who have marked discrepancy between their potential and their actual achievement and will be considered as applicants for various programs. Programs include: Individual Assessment: Each student is administered a series of diagnostic tests which measures educational achievement, physical factors and intellectual potential. Detailed development history interview completes the appraisal. An individual program is designed for each client based on the results of the evaluation. Literacy (Reading) Instruction is on a one-to-one basis. The major goal of this program is to develop reading, writing, spelling and study skill strategies. Written summary reports detail outcomes and recommendations. Special Education (Learning) This program is designed to assist students to improve school related tasks. Instruction is on a one-to-one basis. Written summary reports detail outcomes and recommendations. Call for more detailed information.NassauLITERACY & LEARNING DEVELOPMENT CENTERLIU POST
LITERACY PEERSEmploys services of 13-20 year olds to deliver literacy and education activities to After School Program participants ages 5-11 year olds.NassauLITERACY PEERSLITTIG HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.
LITERACY PROGRAMCollaborates with Literacy Suffolk, Inc. to offer services of trained literacy volunteers. Provides help with reading/writing skills and English as a second language (ESOL). Offers support services for tutors, clients. Conducts interviews with clients, tutors prior to inclusion in program. Call for information/appointment.SuffolkLITERACY PROGRAMMASTICS-MORICHES-SHIRLEY COMMUNITY LIBRARY
LONG ISLAND ASSOCIATION OF SPECIAL EDUCATION ADMINISTRATORSGroup of special education administrators who are responsible for programs and services for stuents with disabilities in public and private schools.SuffolkLONG ISLAND ASSOCIATION OF SPECIAL EDUCATION ADMINISTRATORSLONG ISLAND ASSOCIATION OF SPECIAL EDUCATION ADMINISTRATORS
OPERATION SUCCESS-BAY SHOREProvides Bay Shore School District students in kindergarten through 4th Grade assistance in reading, writing, math and social skills.SuffolkOPERATION SUCCESS-BAY SHOREFAMILY SERVICE LEAGUE, INC.
OPERATION SUCCESS-HUNTINGTON STATIONProvides Huntington School District students in kindergarten through 4th Grade assistance in reading, writing, math and social skills.SuffolkOPERATION SUCCESS-HUNTINGTON STATIONFAMILY SERVICE LEAGUE, INC.
OPERATION SUCCESS-RIVERHEADProvides Riverhead School District students in kindergarten through 4th Grade assistance in reading, writing, math and social skills.SuffolkOPERATION SUCCESS-RIVERHEADFAMILY SERVICE LEAGUE, INC.
OUTREACH HOUSE ACADEMIC CENTEROffers the Outreach House Academic Center which is an included site program of the Islip Academic Center. This program serves students ages 14 – 21 in grades 9th - 12th at the secondary level. Class options include: 8:1:1. The Student Profiles include: Provides specialized, individually structured, standards-based education embedded in the Common Core to residential male and female students struggling with alcohol and/or other substance abuse and available to secondary special education and non-classified students in the residential program. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkISLIP ACADEMIC CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
PORT WASHINGTON COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPProvides opportunity for children in grades four through eight to improve math/science skills through participation in educational workshops offered by Long Island Children's Museums.NassauPORT WASHINGTON COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPLITTIG HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.
PROGRAM FOR INCARCERATED ADULTSProvides an in-jail educational and counseling program for persons above the age of 21. Individuals will have the opportunity to enroll in an Adult Basic Education program leading to a High School Equivalency Diploma or an English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) classes. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkPROGRAM FOR INCARCERATED ADULTSEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
PROGRAM FOR INCARCERATED YOUTHSProvides educational and counseling services for incarcerated youth under 21 years of age. The program is designed to prepare students to complete the requirements for a Regents, Local or High School Equivalency Diploma. Courses of study infuse contextualized learning, career preparation and skills achievement into daily lessons. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkPROGRAM FOR INCARCERATED YOUTHSEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
READING PARTNERSOffers assistance to small group ( six children) of 5 to 11 year-olds who have demonstrated reading difficulties. Employs services of literacy instructors with credentials in education, literacy, and early childhood development.NassauREADING PARTNERSLITTIG HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.
READING/WRITING LEARNING CLINICDedicated to providing literacy support to children, adolescents, and adults in an environment where learners have the safety and support that allow them to take risks and gain confidence as they move toward developing mature control of literacy skills. The Reading/Writing Learning Clinic provides services to families in the communities that adjoin Hofstra University as well as in the larger metropolitan area. New York state-certified literacy specialists provide weekly small group or individual instruction. Instructional sessions focus on reading and writing as meaning construction and are carefully crafted to develop a flexible set of reading and writing strategies to use while reading or composing texts. Phonics and spelling skills are addressed and taught in the context of meaningful language study. Our program is modeled on a Reading/Writing workshop approach that creates an environment for engagement in author study, literature circles, and strategic reading and writing instruction. Students also participate in inquiry-based projects making use of fiction and/or nonfiction texts available from our library collection of award-winning children and adolescent literature, as well as through digital technology. The Reading/Writing Learning Clinic also offers professional reading and writing evaluations for school-aged children and adults. Our evaluations are qualitative assessments that describe the learner’s use of reading and writing strategies when transacting with and composing texts. The assessment process culminates with the development of a Biographic Literacy Profile which provides a detailed appraisal of the learner’s reading and writing strengths. Each literacy evaluation is conducted to advocate for the learner. Reading and writing proficiency is described in terms of meaning construction and our evaluations provide parents and teachers with straight-forward and individualized recommendations to support literacy development inside and outside of school settings. Call for more detailed information.NassauREADING/WRITING LEARNING CLINICHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY-JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
REGIONAL ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMProvides students, ages 16-21, who have been identified as having needs not being met in current school programs in our region. The program will be located in local area high schools and/or BOCES programs and offers our “at risk” students an opportunity to address individual and family issues that are currently hampering their progress toward a New York State diploma. The program will continue to offer academic education at a commencement level, development of transition skills, and development of social skills designed to foster improved functioning in a school setting. The Regional Alternative High School Program is also offering placement to students that have been suspended or are awaiting an out of district placement, as well as offering students the option to attend for credit recovery and test preparation for state assessments. The Regional Alternative High School is also offering placement to students who are English Language Learners. Students enrolled in this program will have a daily schedule that consists of four hour departmentalized format. Instruction takes place in “blocks” focusing on two core subjects (ELA and Math), and includes a daily CTE component. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkREGIONAL ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
REGIONAL SPECIAL EDUCATION SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAMOffers a program that was developed in response to requests from local school districts. Eastern Suffolk BOCES organized a consortium to create and oversee a regional summer school program. The program is located in local area school districts and serves students who attend their home districts during the traditional school year. Students with intensive management and/or educational needs require a continuation of district curriculum and instructional approaches during the summer months to prevent regression. Call for more detailed information. SuffolkREGIONAL SPECIAL EDUCATION SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAMEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOLAny two school districts that house summer school populations at a common site may participate in the Regional Summer School. Courses offered are determined by the participating districts in collaboration with Nassau BOCES, The Regional Summer School enables students to enrich their education through additional courses; credit recovery or work not complete during the school year; or improve their competencies in basic elementary skills. It also provides for the administration of Regents examinations in accordance with the New York State Education Commissioner’s regulations. Call for more detailed information.NassauREGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOLNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOLOffers remedial courses for students in grades 6–12 to make up deficiencies in academic work. This wide variety of remedial courses can benefit students with low or failing grades. Residents within the participating districts whose children are registered in public, private or parochial schools, grades 6-12, are eligible to attend, with permission of their home school principal or designee. Non-resident students are permitted to register after all residents are accommodated. Non-residents are required to show proof of immunization and authorization from their home school allowing them to register for specific courses and/or Regents/RCT examinations. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkREGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOLWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES
RELATED SERVICES; CENTER FOR ALTERNATIVE EDUCATIONStudents with disabilities enrolled in our Center for Alternative Education may require specific support services to supplement their overall educational program. Related services available include: Resource Room and English as a Second Language. Call for detailed information.SuffolkRELATED SERVICES; CENTER FOR ALTERNATIVE EDUCATIONWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
THE ADULT LEARNING CENTER OF LONG BEACHThe Center is funded by the New York State Education Department for adults 18 years and older. The following programs and services are free: Computer Education (beginning, intermediate and advanced), Academic and Career Counseling, High School Equivalency, English as a Second Language, Citizenship Education, Civil Service Test Preparation, Career, Family and Life Skills, Job Club, Reading and Math Skills, and TASC Preparation.NassauTHE ADULT LEARNING CENTER OF LONG BEACHLONG BEACH CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

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