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    Taxonomy Code: YJ-8750.0025

    Adults who have physical, sensory, developmental, cognitive, mental or emotional limitations, illnesses or injuries that affect their ability to engage in one or more major life activities.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    ADULT SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, and Reader's Advisory. Offers ESOL Classes, Computer Classes, Career Counseling, Citizenship Preparation Classes, World Festivals, Homebound delivery and a wide range of programs which may include book discussions, services to people with disabilities including the Books for Dessert program, a book club for adults with intellectual disabilities, and technology assistance.NassauADULT SERVICESPORT WASHINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
    AMPLIFYING YOUTH VOICE AND PEER ADVOCACYOffers regional youth leadership forums and supported leadership activities across New York State for youth, ages 14-24 with developmental and other disabilities. Provides opportunities for participants to acquire self-advocacy and leadership skills.AMPLIFYING YOUTH VOICE AND PEER ADVOCACYFAMILIES TOGETHER IN NEW YORK STATE, INC.
    CENTER FOR COMMUNITY INCLUSIONProvides families, educators, early interventionists, medical professionals, employers and the community at large with resources to support individuals with disabilities, enabling them to become active members of their communities and meet their full potential in all aspects of life. The CCI provides multi-faceted assistance and enrichment through a variety of resources, services, events, programs, seminars, and workshops. The Center on Community Inclusion at the C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University is dedicated to providing resources to school districts, service providers and families so that individuals with disabilities will meet with success in inclusive environments. The CCI offers a variety of programs to the community including: intensive autism training for professionals in the special needs field, programs that build family bonds and communication, and workshops that build independence, confidence and skills in individuals with special needs. For more information contact the CCI at 516-299-2231 or e-mail kathleen.feeley@liu.edu.NassauCENTER FOR COMMUNITY INCLUSIONLIU POST
    CMA RECREATIONAL PROGRAMMINGProvides a variety of activities for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Offers activities that promote socialization through recreation. Call for additional information.NassauCMA RECREATIONAL PROGRAMMINGCOMMUNITY MAINSTREAMING ASSOCIATES, INC.
    CUSTOMIZED EMPLOYMENTProvides assessment, job development and job coaching services to adults with developmental disabilities including autism. Assists in obtaining and maintaining employment for individuals with developmental disabilities.NassauCUSTOMIZED EMPLOYMENTLIFE'S WORC, INC.
    DOGABILITY CENTEROffer multiple canine-assisted activities, utilizing certified therapy dogs who engage with participants in one-on-one experiences including elements found in canine sports. Participants include a large variety of individuals and groups of children and adults with and without special needs.NassauDOGABILITY CENTERDOGABILITY CENTER
    EDUCATIONAL SERVICES AND TRANSITION PLANNINGProvides a comprehensive consultation on the numerous support services available to adults with disabilities. Topics include a review of Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), Medicaid and Medicare. This service allows individuals to make informed choices concerning their employment goals and expected outcomes.SuffolkEDUCATIONAL SERVICES AND TRANSITION PLANNINGSUFFOLK INDEPENDENT LIVING ORGANIZATION (SILO)
    LITERACY NASSAU'S NEXT CHAPTER BOOK CLUBSOffers adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities the opportunity to read for pleasure and socialize in the community on a weekly basis.NassauLITERACY NASSAU'S NEXT CHAPTER BOOK CLUBSLITERACY NASSAU
    NEW YORK INSTITUTE FOR SELF-ADVOCACYProvides self-advocacy training for individuals age 21 and older with developmental disabilities. Offers instruction in public speaking, elected representative relations, social media literacy, budgeting and other skills. Offers opportunities to participate in the Project Advisory Group, Sustainability Task Force and to attend the annual Self-Advocacy Institute.NEW YORK INSTITUTE FOR SELF-ADVOCACYFAMILIES TOGETHER IN NEW YORK STATE, INC.
    RESIDENTIAL SERVICESAssists men and women with intellectual and developmental disabilities live in their communities by providing residential services in 11 family-like residences with five to twelve residents. Provides long-term living arrangements that have the necessary supervision and structure including instruction in everyday tasks like doing laundry and cooking, coping with upsetting situations, conflicts with friends and family, and planning leisure time and activities. Referral required. Appointment needed.NassauRESIDENTIAL SERVICESCOMMUNITY MAINSTREAMING ASSOCIATES, INC.
    THE CORPORATE SOURCEProvides opportunities for people with disabilities to obtain competitive employment through long-term contracts with government agencies and businesses. Offers vocational assessments, training and job coach support.NassauTHE CORPORATE SOURCETHE CORPORATE SOURCE

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