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Programs within the formal education system at elementary, secondary or postsecondary levels, or offered by outside agencies, that provide non-instructional services which support the admission of students to an educational program, their health and living conditions while students, their extracurricular activities options, and their ability to choose an appropriate course of study and adjust to and remain in school through the completion of their high school diplomas or college/university degrees.

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AFTER SCHOOL SERVICES-HUNTINGTONProvides respite services to developmentally disabled youngsters who exhibit skills deficits and/or severe behavioral problems and are in need of services beyond the normal school day. Also provides individual programming in the areas of behavioral intervention, self-care skills, communication skills, pre-academic skills, and functional academics.SuffolkAFTER SCHOOL SERVICES-HUNTINGTONDEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES INSTITUTE
AFTER SCHOOL SERVICES-SMITHTOWNProvides respite and educational services to developmentally disabled adolescents who exhibit skills deficits and/or severe behavioral problems and are in need of services beyond the normal school day. Also provides individual programming in the areas of behavioral intervention, self-care skills, communication skills, socialization, leisure skills and functional academics.SuffolkAFTER SCHOOL SERVICES-SMITHTOWNDEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES INSTITUTE
ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOLOffers students in grades 10-12 the chance to complete their high school education and earn a diploma granted by their home school district. Those with attendance or social adjustment problems or those in need of supportive services not available at their home school may find this program helpful. Students may remain in the program for as long as necessary to meet the requirements for a high school diploma. Flexible hours along with web-based instruction are available to address the individual needs of each student. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOLWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
AUGMENTATIVE AND ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGYAssists in the identification of students in need of augmentative communication intervention services. They will conduct comprehensive augmentative communication evaluations on students presenting with severe communication impairments, provide consultation/support services for all staff working with students who utilize augmentative communication aids, techniques and strategies and conduct individual and/or small group trainings related to the use of specific augmentative communication aids, technique and strategies. The Assistive program evaluates a student's ability to access the curriculum depending on his/her disability. Evaluators collaborate with the educational team to identify software programs and/or adaptive equipment to enable the student to access the curriculum as independently as possible. They will provide training/consultations to students, staff and family in the use and implementations of the recommended adaptive equipment and/or software. Also equipment orders are placed for the component school districts upon request. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkAUGMENTATIVE AND ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGYEASTERN 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
BELLPORT ACADEMIC CENTERServices students who have mild to moderate behavioral and/or intensive counseling concerns and/or mild to moderate learning disabilities. Ninth and Tenth grade students receive a full day departmentalized academic program of New York State Regents curriculum. This same program is offered to eleventh and twelfth grades with options available for students interested in a half day academic and a half day Career and Technical Education component. Students are offered a departmentalized program of New York State Regents curriculum. Psychiatric services are available through collaboration with Sagamore Children’s Center. Program services students ages 14 – 21 and grades 9th - 12th. Students have the ability to transition to the following included sites: BAC @ Patchogue Medford High School. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkBELLPORT ACADEMIC CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
BILINGUAL AIS/ESL BRIDGE PROGRAMEducational objectives include: Provide beginning English literacy, pre-literacy and language skills necessary to transition students into their home school’s bi-lingual program; Develop oral and written English proficiency consistent with youths in middle school; Furnish subject-based instruction in the student’s native language (i.e. Spanish) to raise comfort level while learning content; Recognize a host of transitions with middle-school-aged students, promote cultural sensitivity towards young English language learners, and address socio-emotional and cognitive changes typical of this age range; Foster basic civic education through ESL and content-based instruction and Utilize native language (Spanish) as a support to learning basic English skills. Call for information regarding this program.SuffolkBILINGUAL AIS/ESL BRIDGE PROGRAMWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
BILINGUAL HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY PREPARATIONCourses are taught in Spanish to prepare students age 16 to 21 to take the equivalency exam in Spanish. English instruction is offered to help prepare these students for the English proficiency exam. Basic skills instruction is also available to help raise a student's academic standing. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkBILINGUAL HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY PREPARATIONWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
BROOKHAVEN LEARNING CENTEROffers a secondary school that empowers students to develop functional academic, personal, and pre-vocational skills. Our mission is to encourage independence and self-advocacy, and to prepare students to successfully transition from the school environment to post-school options. Skilled staff, in partnership with families, districts and the community, provides quality instruction and services to students. Diverse educational strategies, aligned with the Common Core Learning Standards, offer curriculum accessing real life settings, in conjunction with community-based education and work experiences. Together, these provide unique opportunities to enrich each student's education. The strength of the Brookhaven Learning Center lies in the integration of these dynamics which are designed to maximize opportunities so that each student can achieve his/her fullest potential. The Brookhaven Learning Center provides a continuum of services for students with moderate to severe developmental disabilities. Students participate in a modified New York State Curriculum with an emphasis on life skills. Serves students ages 12-21 in grades 7th-12th at the Middle School and Secondary Level. Classroom options are 8:1:1; 8:1:1+2; 8:1:1+3 and .12:1:1. Students are classified as: Moderate to severe developmental disabilities; Life Skills and significantly modified state curriculum; Modified Alternate Assessment Schedule and Half Day program in conjunction with TSP@BLC. The Brookhaven Learning Center is offered at various locations. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkBROOKHAVEN LEARNING CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
BROOKLYN DEMOCRACY ACADEMYOperates as a transfer school for youngsters aged 16-20 who are unable to function in a traditional high school. Provides individualized guidance and support through workshops, seminars, independent living skills training, paid internships, community service and college and employment counseling.BROOKLYN DEMOCRACY ACADEMYJEWISH CHILD CARE ASSOCIATION
COMPASS PROJECTProvides a resource and socialization program for high school and college students on the Autism Spectrum, and/or those who have learning disabilities, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and other special needs. Designed to help youth and their families through the transition from high school to college and other post-secondary alternatives. Offers counseling, career assessment, and guidance for individuals and their families, all within a Jewish context.NassauCOMPASS PROJECTJEWISH CHILD CARE ASSOCIATION
DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATIONOffers a broad spectrum of classes and services that are highly specialized to meet the diverse needs of students with disabilities, as well as non-classified students in need of alternative school settings. Classes are offered for students ranging in age from 5 to 21 years in Eastern Suffolk BOCES centers, as well as inclusive settings in our component district buildings. Students enrolled in our district sites are provided with opportunities for inclusion in general education academic classes, special subject classes, and building-wide activities while receiving specialized support services and instruction from Eastern Suffolk BOCES. All programs are aligned with Common Core Learning Standards and are designed to achieve appropriate educational outcomes for each student we serve. These outcomes include completion of a New York State Regents course of study, as well as academic, behavioral, and social skills development. These skills are developed along the continuum of student needs exhibited within the Eastern Suffolk BOCES area. All of our programs have received accreditation by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. We continue to work toward improving student outcomes through a focus on transition, research and assessment of best practices, and emerging trends in the field. Call for more information on programs and services offered.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATIONEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
DISABILITY SUPPORT SERVICES/SUCCESS THROUGH EXPANDED EDUCATION PROGRAMProvides a supportive environment for students with documented disabilities and is committed to complying with all applicable provisions of: The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA); ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Disability Support Services/Success Through Expanded Education Program (DSS/STEEP) at Molloy College strives to provide access to an equal educational experience for qualified students with documented disabilities, while ensuring that the integrity of all college standards and requirements is maintained. In support of the College's commitment to transformative education, DSS/STEEP aspires to educate the Molloy community so as to increase awareness, knowledge, and integration of those with disabilities. If you are a prospective or current student and would like to discuss your eligibility and services offered please call or email for more detailed information.NassauDISABILITY SUPPORT SERVICES/SUCCESS THROUGH EXPANDED EDUCATION PROGRAMMOLLOY COLLEGE
DOWNSTATE CHAPTERProvides support for Christian homeschooling. Offers opportunities for field trips, cooperative learning, and sports. Newsletter and calendar available on website. Speakers available. Call for additional information.NassauDOWNSTATE CHAPTERNEW YORK STATE LOVING EDUCATION AT HOME
EDUCATIONAL ADVOCACY-HAUPPAUGEAssists low income students in obtaining educational services to which they are legally entitled. Offers advice and representation at school related meetings, information and referral services, and training for students, parents, educators and other professionals. Services also offered at Nassau Office: 999 Herricks Road, New Hyde Park, NY 11040.SuffolkEDUCATIONAL ADVOCACY-HAUPPAUGELONG ISLAND ADVOCACY CENTER, INC.
EDUCATIONAL ADVOCACY-NEW HYDE PARKAssists low income students in obtaining educational services to which they are legally entitled. Offers advice and representation at school related meetings, information and referral services, and training for students, parents, educators and other professionals. Services also available at Suffolk Office: 490 Wheeler Rd., Suite 165 C, Hauppauge, NY 11788.NassauEDUCATIONAL ADVOCACY-NEW HYDE PARKLONG ISLAND ADVOCACY CENTER, INC.
EDWARD J. MILLIKEN TECHNICAL CENTERMission at the Edward J. Milliken Technical Center is to educate all secondary and adult students of the diverse communities we service to become responsible, independent thinkers, who are creative, contributing, productive citizens who strive for personal excellence, function successfully and enrich society. We will accomplish our mission in active partnership with component school districts, parents, community, business and industry, by providing: a broad based technical curriculum, knowledgeable instructors, administrators and support staff, appropriate facilities, current instructional technology with extracurricular activities in a safe and caring environment. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkEDWARD J. MILLIKEN TECHNICAL CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
EQUIVALENT ATTENDANCEProvides GED preparation, academic remediation, ESL, career and technical education, counseling and support services for out-of-school youth and teen parents under 21 years of age who are not currently enrolled in school. Students are self-referred or enrolled at district request. Monthly rosters are sent to district representative to confirm residency and for state reporting enrollment. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkEQUIVALENT ATTENDANCEWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
ESPERANZA HOMELESS CHILDREN AND YOUTH PROGRAMServes migrant eligible children and youth ages 3 – 22 that are also affected by homelessness in the Long Island – Metro region. Students that meet the NYSED – MEP criteria as “Priority for Service” (PFS) are considered to be at higher risk for needing assistance, and will be assigned a greater level of support through this funding source. These students are provided with additional advocacy, school supplies, emergency assistance such as food and clothing if needed, as well as supplemental educational support. Services are designed to support students and school districts in providing access and assistance to homeless, migrant students, and to remove the additional barriers to education that they experience due to their lack of stable housing. These services are available to families meeting the traditional migrant eligibility, as well as the criteria for homelessness, as stated in the McKinney-Vento Homeless Children and Youth Act, and are provided at no charge to families or school districts. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkESPERANZA HOMELESS CHILDREN AND YOUTH PROGRAMEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES GRANTS AND SPECIALLY FUNDED PROGRAMS
GARY D. BIXHORN TECHNICAL CENTERProvides a safe and positive learning environment, addressing the academic and career needs of a diversified community of students through the efforts and abilities of a knowledgeable and caring staff. Our goal is to prepare students for the workforce and/or post-secondary education by building upon the strengths, talents, skills, and resources of peers, educators, industries, communities, and of the students themselves. The Academy programs encourage students to develop emotionally, intellectually, socially, and physically. Through the use of innovative and traditional approaches to instruction, assessment and current technology, as well as the promotion of ethical values, we commit to empowering all of our students to be self-directed, creative citizens who will thrive in an ever-changing global community. Call for more detailed information. SuffolkGARY D. BIXHORN TECHNICAL CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
HARRISON HALE COMMUNITY EDUCATIONAL & RESOURCE CENTERProvides community outreach services, educational support programs, information and referral services, employment preparation and more. Call for further information.SuffolkHARRISON HALE COMMUNITY EDUCATIONAL & RESOURCE CENTERCORNERSTONE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
H.B. WARD TECHNICAL AND ACADEMIC CENTEROffers an integrated career and technical campus. Our mission is to provide high-quality education to a diverse population of secondary and adult students, empowering them to be successful in post-secondary education and/or career choices. Programs are structured to provide educational experiences incorporating teamwork, responsibility, discipline, professionalism, leadership, community service, and communication skills in a safe environment conducive to learning. We remain focused on offering quality education for the rapidly changing world. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkH.B. WARD TECHNICAL AND ACADEMIC CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
HORIZONSProvides age appropriate primary prevention programs to schools and youth groups (K-12) focuses on refusal skills, conflict management, character building, life skills, drug education, decision making, and problem solving skills. Drug and alcohol education programs also available to community, church, and civic groups. Call for more information. Licensed by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (NYS OASAS).SuffolkHORIZONS COUNSELING AND EDUCATION CENTERTOWN OF SMITHTOWN
ISA/WYANDANCH HIGH SCHOOL PARTNERSHIPProgram works in partnership with the school and the school district. Provides extensive, customized professional development and more on-the-ground support for its partners than other whole school reform intermediaries provide, and is designed to deliver sustainable outcomes. ISA has two small learning communities within Wyandanch High School, designated the Junior Academy and the Senior Academy. Call for further information.SuffolkISA/WYANDANCH HIGH SCHOOL PARTNERSHIPINSTITUTE FOR STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT
ISLIP ACADEMIC CENTERProvides specialized, individually structured, standards-based education deeply embedded in the Common Core, while integrating CDOS standards into classroom and community based and service learning activities. Career assessment, level one interviews and transition planning interface with school-to-work learning. Career-based training and related internship experiences provide students with participation in the community. Our commitment to a safe and nurturing environment allows students to access these opportunities based on their individual needs. We offer our students academic and employability skills with social growth opportunities and real world connections, while preparing them for challenges of the future. This multifaceted academic program at Islip Academic Center is available to secondary special education and non-classified "at-risk" students ages 14-21 in grades 9th-12th with severe behavioral concerns and limited anger management skills. The Islip Academic Center offers both a 6-1-1 modified program and an 8-1-1 departmentalized program based on the New York State Regents Curriculum. All students receive weekly counseling at least one time individually and one time in a group setting to address social skills and behavior management needs. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkISLIP ACADEMIC CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
JEFFERSON ACADEMIC CENTEROffers an academic program to special education and non-classified “at risk” students who require an alternate approach to learning. The students have moderate to severe learning disabilities, Autism Spectrum disorders, or moderate to severe behavioral and/or intensive counseling concerns. Psychiatric services are also available through collaboration with Sagamore Children's Center. The center services students ages 12-14 in grades 7th-8th. Class size options include 6:1:1; 8:1:1 and 8:1:1+2. The student’s profiles include: Moderate to severe learning disabilities; Asperger/high functioning Autism; Moderate to severe behavioral and/or intensive counseling concerns; Severe psychiatric needs that require intensive school counseling; Non-classified students with behavioral and discipline concerns and Sagamore psychiatric services. All students participate in a building-wide behavior management system designed to encourage behaviors that support learning and successful social interaction. Students have the ability to transition to the following included site: JAC @ Oregon Middle School. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkJEFFERSON ACADEMIC CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
LEARNING RESOURCE PROGRAMProvides support services to students with learning disabilities. The mission of the program is to provide an inclusive environment that enables students with documented Learning Disabilities and/or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder attain their educational goals. Using a supportive environment for academic and social success, the Program delivers individualized sessions provided by educational and counseling professionals that focus on the strengths, talents and needs of the student. Services and supports also include collaboration with faculty, staff and campus-wide support services, which foster independence and integration, consistent with the Adelphi University experience. Call or visit the website for further information and admissions procedure.NassauLEARNING RESOURCE PROGRAMADELPHI UNIVERSITY
LIFELINE MEDIATION CENTEROffers tutoring services, family counseling, individual counseling, and mentoring services. Also offers a job referral program. Call for more information.SuffolkLIFELINE MEDIATION CENTERLIFELINE MEDIATION CENTER
LONG ISLAND PARENT CENTERAssists patrons and professionals in obtaining services that meet the needs of children with disabilities, ages birth through 21. Provides information about options for required services, educational environments, service delivery system and New York State Education Department reform initiatives. Also offers workshops/training for parents and professionals on topics which may include evaluation, early intervention, transition planning, parent involvement and IEP meetings.SuffolkLONG ISLAND PARENT CENTERLONG ISLAND PARENT CENTER
MASERA LEARNING CENTER @ PAUL J. BELLEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOLOffered as an included site program of the Masera Learning Center. For students ages 5 – 11 and Grades K - 6th. Classroom options include: 8:1:1+2. Student profiles include: Minimal behavioral concerns; Moderate to severe Autism and related developmental disabilities; Autistic with mild to moderate language and social skills deficits; Independent with toileting and other life skills and Ability to work in a group setting. Call for more detailed informationSuffolkMASERA LEARNING CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
MELVILLE LOCATIONProvides information, referral, assessments and evaluations for children with suspected delays in physical, cognitive, language or emotional development. Services also provided in case management, parent/family training, support groups, early intervention programs, preschool services, school age services and evaluations, clinical services for children 0-21 years old. Bilingual teams provide evaluations in over 40 languages(including English). Also provides preschool educational and speech screenings and parent workshops at other locations when requested. Call for more information.SuffolkMELVILLE LOCATIONACHIEVE BEYOND PEDIATRIC THERAPY AND AUSTISM SERVICES
NEW YORK DEAF-BLIND COLLABORATIVEProvides training, technical assistance mentoring and professional development to schools and educational agencies on behalf of children and young adults, ages 0-21, who are deaf-blind. Also offers networking, resources, information and referral as well as support for families and professionals working with the deaf-blind.NEW YORK DEAF-BLIND COLLABORATIVENEW YORK DEAF-BLIND COLLABORATIVE
NINTH GRADE TURNAROUNDOffers a one year program for students entering the ninth grade for the first time and who are at risk of academic failure. This specially designed, self-contained program aims to prepare students to return as a 10th grader to a regular classroom schedule at the home school. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkNINTH GRADE TURNAROUNDWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
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
PERSONS IN NEED OF SUPERVISION-NASSAUProvides an education specialist who serves on the PINS Diversion Team which reviews and assesses if the child has a school problem that requires further intervention, an education advocate will then negotiate, mediate or represent on the student's behalf.NassauPERSONS IN NEED OF SUPERVISION-NASSAULONG ISLAND ADVOCACY CENTER, INC.
PERSONS IN NEED OF SUPERVISION-SUFFOLKProvides an education specialist who serves on the PINS Diversion Team, which reviews and assesses. If the child has a school problem that requires further intervention, an education advocate will then negotiate, mediate or represent on the student's behalf.SuffolkPERSONS IN NEED OF SUPERVISION-SUFFOLKLONG ISLAND ADVOCACY CENTER, INC.
PSYCHIATRIC CONSULTATIONOffers initial psychiatric evaluations of students with behavior, developmental and/or mood disorders by consulting psychiatrists. Psychoeducational and neuropsychological evaluations, classroom observations, medication reviews and follow-up school consultations are available. Call for more information.SuffolkPSYCHIATRIC CONSULTATIONEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL 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
SAYVILLE ACADEMIC CENTEROffers services in collaboration with Sagamore Children’s Center to students with mild to severe learning disabilities and moderate to severe behavioral and/or intensive counseling concerns. A comprehensive, structured school wide behavior management system is used. Educational support services are provided to students who are between the ages of 5-10 and in grades K-4th grade. Class room size is 6:1:1; 8:1:1 and 8:1:1+2 . Students are classified as: Mild to severe learning disabilities; Moderate to severe behavioral and/or intensive counseling concerns; Asperger/high functioning Autism; Severe psychiatric needs that require therapeutic counseling; Sagamore psychiatric services and Hospital psychiatric services (Stony Brook Hospital). Exit outcomes for our students include: Return to home school district; BOCES included placement and other BOCES Educational Centers. Commencement goals include: Local Diploma; Regents Diploma and CDOS. Sayville Academic Center is offered in more than one location. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSAYVILLE ACADEMIC CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
SAYVILLE ACADEMIC CENTER @ SHERWOOD ELEMENTARYOffered at Sherwood Elementary is an included site program of the Sayville Academic Center. This program is for students Ages 7 – 11 and Grades 2nd - 5th. Class size options 8:1:1. Students’ profiles include: Mild to moderate learning disabilities and moderate behavioral and/or intensive counseling concerns. Sayville Academic Center is offered in more than one location. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSAYVILLE ACADEMIC CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
SAYVILLE ACADEMIC CENTER @ STONY BROOK HOSPITALOffered at Stony Brook Hospital which is an included site program of the Sayville Academic Center. The Sayville Academic Center at Stony Brook University Hospital program provides an inpatient psychiatric program for elementary-age students, enabling them to continue their education while undergoing psychiatric treatment. This program, located on Stony Brook's 12N, accepts parent or school referrals and admits youngsters after thorough evaluations by social workers, physicians and psychologists. The length of stay ranges from 1-12 weeks, during which time a full academic curriculum is provided by Eastern Suffolk BOCES. This program is for students Ages 5 – 11 and Grades K - 5th. Classroom option is 6:1:1. Students classifications include: Multiple Disabilities; Autism; Emotional Disturbance; Other Health Impairment; Learning Disabled; Speech and Language Impaired and General Education. Students’ profiles include: General education; Mild to moderate learning disabilities; Moderate to significant behavioral and/or intensive counseling concerns and Moderate to significant psychiatric concerns. Exit outcome for students include: Return to District; Residential Programs and other BOCES Programs. Sayville Academic Center is offered in more than one location. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSAYVILLE ACADEMIC CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
SAYVILLE ACADEMIC CENTER @ TECUMSEH ELEMENTARYOffered at Tecumseh Elementary is an included site program of the Sayville Academic Center. This program is for students Ages 10-12 and Grades: 5th-6th. Classroom options are 8:1:1 and 8:1:1+2. Students profiles include: Mild to moderate learning disabilities and Moderate behavioral and/or intensive counseling concerns. Sayville Academic Center is offered in more than one location. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSAYVILLE ACADEMIC CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
SCIENCE LEARNING CENTEROffers hands on programs in the learning center to students in first through twelfth grades. The programs focus on physical sciences and utilize the inquiry method of teaching along with exploration time with museum exhibits. During school vacations, the museum is open for Scouts, Enrichment/Remedial Programs and Science Clubs. Call for reservations and more information.SuffolkSCIENCE LEARNING CENTERBROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LABORATORY
SEQUOYA HIGH SCHOOLProvides direct instruction and educational support to our diverse community of students in a cooperative setting through partnership with local school districts. Our dedicated staff utilizes the highest quality methods that maximize educational opportunities for all. Our students strive to reach their full potential, achieve success, and become empowered lifelong learners. The Sequoya High School services students who have mild behavioral and/or intensive counseling and/or mild to moderate learning disabilities. Ninth and tenth grade students receive a full day departmentalized academic program aligned to New York State Regents Curriculum. This same program is offered to eleventh and twelfth grade students with options available for students interested in a half day academic program and a half day Career and Technical Education component. Psychiatric services are also available through collaboration with Sagamore Children's Center. Class size options include 8:1:1 for students ages 14-21 years in grades 9th-12th at the secondary level.SuffolkSEQUOYA HIGH SCHOOLEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
STUDENT ACCESSIBILITY SUPPORT CENTERServes as a resource for students and values self-empowerment, self-direction, and self-determination. Our mission is to advocate for a campus environment that meets the needs of students with disabilities. The Student Accessibility Support Center is the designated support service center to help students enable students with disabilities to develop their academic potential, by making their academic experience accessible. In addition to arranging accommodations, a major part of the mission of SASC is to encourage students with disabilities to achieve a high level of autonomy at Stony Brook and far beyond. We provide services and accommodations that advocate for the needs of students. We improve academic and environmental accessibility to foster individual growth, student empowerment, and support a community of care. Services are provided to all eligible Stony Brook students covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendment Act (ADAA). Documentation will be requested to verify a disability and to determine appropriate accommodations. Services can only be initiated when students self-disclose their disabilities and request some type of assistance. All information and documentation related to a disability is confidential, not part of the academic transcript and is not released without the student's written consent. The staff is here to support your interactions with faculty, staff and community agencies. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSTUDENT ACCESSIBILITY SUPPORT CENTERSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
STUDENT ACCESS OFFICEOffers students services through the Student Access Office. The office achieves their mission by: Providing cost-free assistance and services that are tailored to meet the needs of individuals based on their specific, appropriately documented needs, while preserving Adelphi’s academic integrity and high standards of academic expectations and performance; Encouraging independence through the training of students with disabilities to effectively advocate for themselves within the University community; Serving as a liaison and resource for the University faculty, staff and administrators to foster a greater awareness and appreciation of issues of concern to people with different needs. Accessibility Support Services include: Academic Accommodations and Adjustments for Students with Disabilities; Accessible Classrooms and Campus; Accessible Parking; Assistive Technology; Dietary Modification/Food Allergy; Extended Test Time; Reasonable Flexibility to Attendance Policy; Reduced-Distraction Testing Environment; Requesting Services; Residential Life and Housing Accommodation; Scholarships and Financial Aid Resources; Sign Language Interpreters and Veterans and Military Resources. If you have questions about services or campus housing for a student with a disability, please contact the Office for specific information.NassauSTUDENT ACCESS OFFICEADELPHI UNIVERSITY
STUDENT ACCESS SERVICESArranges academic accommodations and provides support for students with physical, learning and/or psychological disabilities. In order to access services, students must first formally disclose their disability by registering with the office, and then must submit appropriate documentation for review. Staff members are available to help students with the registration process, and then will work with students to determine which accommodations are appropriate for their needs at the college level. In addition to arranging accommodations, a major part of the mission of SAS is to help students develop the skills they will need to be effective self-advocates at Hofstra and beyond. The programs and services will encourage active involvement from students in managing their own disabilities, while offering coaching and support along the way. Sample program offerings include: Program for Academic Learning Skills (PALS) and Academic Coaching. Some of these services are fee based. Call for more detailed information.NassauSTUDENT ACCESS SERVICESHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
WESTHAMPTON BEACH LEARNING CENTERProvides high quality, evidence based instruction and support services that meet the unique needs of each student. Our diverse specialty programs foster student engagement, independence and promote high expectations to ensure that students are challenged to meet the Common Core State Standards and are prepared for success in their post-school lives. Programs are offered at the Elementary, Middle and Secondary Level at multiple locations for students with various developmental disabilities. Call for detailed information regarding each program.SuffolkWESTHAMPTON BEACH LEARNING CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

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