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

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    AFTER SCHOOL RESPITE-EAST SETAUKETProvides after school recreation, respite, and transportation for learning disabled and/or developmentally disabled youth ages 12 years and up living at home. Call. Referral and appointment required.SuffolkAFTER SCHOOL RESPITE-EAST SETAUKETTHE REHABILITATION INSTITUTE
    AFTER SCHOOL RESPITE-HAUPPAUGEProvides after school recreation, respite, and transportation for learning disabled and/or developmentally disabled youth ages 12 years and up living at home. Call. Referral and appointment required.SuffolkAFTER SCHOOL RESPITE-HAUPPAUGETHE REHABILITATION INSTITUTE
    ANSWERING THE NEEDS OF CITIZENS WITH HANDICAPS THROUGH ORGANIZED RECREATIONThe program provides during the summer, a six week summer day camp (Camp Anchor). During the school year it provides afternoon and evening programs on weekdays and a Saturday Recreation Program. Transportation is provided by local pick up point system for camp and Saturday Recreation Programs only. Activities include: art, music, physical education, dance, home economics, fitness, bowling, drama, nature, swimming, ceramics, sports, field trips, and special events.NassauANSWERING THE NEEDS OF CITIZENS WITH HANDICAPS THROUGH ORGANIZED RECREATIONTOWN OF HEMPSTEAD
    BELLPORT DAY TREATMENT PROGRAMProvides daily mental health services in conjunction with BOCES special education. Specific mental health services include individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, psychopharmacology, psychological, psychiatric and social assessment, crisis intervention, and case management.SuffolkBELLPORT DAY TREATMENT PROGRAMSAGAMORE CHILDREN'S PSYCHIATRIC CENTER
    BROOKHAVEN LEARNING CENTER @ SAMOSET MIDDLE SCHOOLOffers Brookhaven Learning Center at Samoset Middle School which is an included site program of the Brookhaven Learning Center. 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 ages 12 – 21 and Grades 7th - 12th at the Middle School and Secondary Level. Classroom options are 8:1:1. Students are classified as Moderate to severe developmental disabilities; Life Skills and significantly modified state curriculum and Sensory Motor friendly environment. The Brookhaven Learning Center is offered at various locations. Call for more detailed information. SuffolkBROOKHAVEN LEARNING CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    CAMP HORSEABILITYOffers therapeutic equine facilitated programming for individuals with special needs including Therapeutic Riding and Hippotherapy. Also operates a camp for children age 2 1/2 to adult with disabilities offering swimming, horseback riding, arts and crafts, and indoor/outdoor sports. Offers one-day field trips for individuals, schools, and organizations to introduce participants to Horseability.CAMP HORSEABILITYHORSEABILITY
    CASE MANAGEMENT FOR THE CARE AT HOME PROGRAMProvides case management and service coordination for the Care at Home Program. The case manager will assist and enable a child and family to access the full range of eligible services and resources to maintain the child at home.SuffolkCASE MANAGEMENT FOR THE CARE AT HOME PROGRAMANGELA'S HOUSE
    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
    CHILDREN'S SERVICESProvides funds for children under age 14 (or under 21 if multi-disabled). Offers services of children's consultant to develop a plan of services, including services provided in the home, community, and/or with other rehabilitation agencies. Provides family counseling/guidance, advocacy services, case management, educational consultation and vocational coordination.NassauCHILDREN'S SERVICESNEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES-COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND AND VISUALLY HANDICAPPED
    COMMUNITY HABILITATIONOffers at home support to children and adults with developmental disabilities and autism. Provides one-on-one trained staff to assist individuals with skill development in activities of daily living, community integration and travel training.NassauCOMMUNITY HABILITATIONLIFE'S WORC, INC.
    CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMResponds to the needs of developmentally disabled individuals and their families/caregivers who are experiencing a crisis situation. Crisis intervention may include any situation by which a developmentally disabled individual needs an immediate alternative day or residential option, when traditional service delivery models do not meet families' needs and when linkage and referral services are needed to connect the individual with ongoing services which address behavioral, medical, or situational needs.SuffolkCRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMEAST END DISABILITY ASSOCIATES, 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
    EARLY CHILDHOOD HOME AND COMMUNITY SERVICESOffers a wide range of specialized services, home and community based, to children from birth to age 21. Services include special education, ABA (applied behavior analysis), Discrete Trial Instruction, speech, occupational and physical therapy, psychology and social work and Parent Education and Counseling.SuffolkEARLY CHILDHOOD HOME AND COMMUNITY SERVICESDEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES INSTITUTE
    EARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAMProvides services for children under the age of three with developmental delays or have a diagnosed disability, who are determined eligible for service based upon evaluations. Services include home visits for speech, physical and other therapies, child development groups, and family training.SuffolkEARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF SERVICES FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
    ELEMENTARY LEVEL DEVELOPMENTAL PROGRAMS AT WESTHAMPTON BEACH LEARNING CENTERProvide 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. The Elementary Level Developmental Programs services students with various developmental disabilities. Services are for students ages 5-11 and in grades K-6th grade. Class size options include 8:1:1, 8:1:1 +2, 8:1:1 +3 and 12:1:4 depending on which program. The primary goal of the program is to maximize each student's potential and to teach skills that will enable them to become as independent as possible within the confines of his/her disability. Program components include improving cognition with an emphasis on sensory motor skills development. Functional assessments of behavior and behavior intervention plans are put in place for support when needed. Students are classified as Multiple Disabilities; Autism; Intellectual Disability and Other Health Impairment. The Academic Program services students with learning and behavioral disabilities. The primary goal of the program is to maximize each student's potential. Program components include instruction that is comprised of the general education curriculum and which supports the Common Core State Standards. Behavior management, self advocacy and social skills are addressed. A building-wide behavior management plan is an integral part of the program. Functional behavior assessments (FBA's) and behavior intervention plans (BIP's) are implemented for support when needed. The 12:1:4 Program emphasizes a multi-sensory approach to learning. Emphasis is placed on improving cognition, sensory motor skills development and use of adaptive equipment to aid movement and independence. Students placed in the 12:1:4 class component are dependent upon staff for meeting their needs throughout the school day. Classroom instruction is provided with hand over hand assistance. Related services of speech, occupational therapy and physical therapy are provided on a group push-in basis. All students are assessed using the New York State Alternate Assessment. The Autism Program services students with various development disabilities. The primary goal of the program is to maximize each student's potential and to teach skills that will enable them to become as independent as possible within the confines of his/her disability. Program components include academics with an emphasis on functional skill development. Behavior management, independent living, and social skills are also addressed. Where needed, discrete trial instruction and applied behavioral analysis are utilized in conjunction with grade level curriculum. Functional assessments of behavior and behavior intervention plans are implemented for support when needed. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkWESTHAMPTON BEACH LEARNING CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    ELEMENTARY LEVEL PROGRAMS AT PREMM LEARNING CENTEROffers programs that serves students with moderate to severe developmental delays, plays an integral part in the lives of the students we teach. We work as a team, in cooperation with the parents, to ensure that each student develops to his/her maximum potential academically, socially, and physically and achieves his/her highest level of independence. Multi-modality approaches to learning best serves our students while striving to achieve their goals. Services are for students ages 5-11 and in grades K-5th grade. Class size options include 8:1:1, 8:1:1 +2 and 12:1:4 depending on which program. At the Elementary Level programs Premm offers Center-Based Functional Academic Skills Program. The Functional Academic Skills Program at Premm Learning Center services students with moderate to severe development disabilities. The primary goal of the program is to maximize each student's potential and to teach skills that will enable them to become as independent as possible within the confines of their disability. Program components include academics with an emphasis on functional skill development, utilizing a modified Common Core Curriculum. Behavior management, independent living and social skills are also addressed. Functional assessments of behavior and behavior intervention plans are implemented for support when needed. All students are assessed using the New York State Alternate Assessment. Students are classified as: Multiple Disabilities; Intellectually Disabled; Speech Impairment; Visual Impairment; Autism; Hearing Impairment and other Health Impairment. The 12:1:4 Program at Premm Learning Center emphasizes a multi-sensory approach to learning. Emphasis is placed on improving cognition, sensory motor skills development and use of adaptive equipment to aid movement and independence. Students placed in the 12:1:4 class component are non-ambulatory and are dependent upon staff for meeting their needs throughout the school day. Classroom instruction is provided with hand over hand assistance. Related services of speech, occupational therapy and physical therapy are provided on a group push-in basis. All students are assessed using the New York State Alternate Assessment. Also offered is the Included Class Satellite Services. The Premm Learning Center offers included class components for elementary students within off site district mainstream programs. The students serviced within the included programs experience learning disabilities but exhibit minimal to no behavioral concerns. The primary goal of the included class program is to maximize each student's potential and to act as the bridge to possibly return to home school district. Instruction in these classes emphasizes a modified Common Core Curriculum, behavior management, and self-advocacy and social skills, while also providing for the opportunity to be integrated with the mainstream population for special subject classes, lunch, assemblies and academic subjects when appropriate. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkPREMM LEARNING CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    EMERGENCY RESPITEOffers temporary crisis support and assistance with payment for a respite relief worker to assist in caring for a child during a challenging time.SuffolkEMERGENCY RESPITEANGELA'S HOUSE
    EQUIPMENT CLINICProvides technological services promoting independent functions including customized seating.SuffolkEQUIPMENT CLINICST. CHARLES HOSPITAL
    FAMILY COUNSELING, TRAINING AND ADVOCACYAssists in navigating the complex system of service while empowering parents with the necessary knowledge to obtain other supports afforded to them.SuffolkFAMILY COUNSELING, TRAINING AND ADVOCACYANGELA'S HOUSE
    FAMILY EVENTS AND PARTIESEnables families to participate in fun filled events during the year including Fall Festival, Holiday Parties and the Angela's House Walk. Call for further information.SuffolkFAMILY EVENTS AND PARTIESANGELA'S HOUSE
    HOFSTRA REACH PROGRAMOffers an exciting opportunity for campers with autism spectrum disorders and other special needs to experience Hofstra Specialty Camps with peers. The REACH Program provides a safe and positive setting for campers with disabilities to be included in Specialty Camps, activities, and enjoy peer interactions, with supports and/or modifications when necessary (not applicable to Sports Academy Camps). The REACH Program provides a perfect setting for ongoing interventions during the summer break. Campers have ample opportunities to generalize and enhance social and daily living skills. Please be aware that space is extremely limited so get your paperwork in right away. The entire application is received and reviewed by the director of this program you will be contacted by the camp office. If you have any questions you can reach the director by email at REACH@hofstra.edu or call the camp office at 516-463-2267. If you register without a prior approval, your camper may not be eligible for our staffing or consulting services. Call for more detailed information.NassauHOFSTRA REACH PROGRAMHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
    INTENSIVE SKILLS PROGRAM (ISP)Prepares students with special needs for employment or for participation in regular career education courses. Providing a smaller class size (15:1:1) and a more individualized approach with psychological support, the ISP emphasizes the personal skills and characteristics necessary for successful employment, including personal initiative, positive attitude, cooperation, dependability, punctuality, and a good attendance record. Upon completion of high school, ISP students are expected to be capable of employment or able to continue career training and complete the CDOS credential requirements. The career courses that students may select are: Animal Care Skills; Animation and Digital Media Skills; Auto Skills; Child Care Skills; Computer Game Design and Programming Skills; Construction Trades Skills; Culinary Arts Skills; Health Care Skills; Horse Science and Management Skills; Office Assistant Skills and Retail Skills. Call for more detailed information.NassauINTENSIVE SKILLS PROGRAM (ISP)NASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS
    KEHILLA CAMPSProvides a summer day camp for children and teens with minimal learning disabilities, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD), and other special needs. Meets the needs of children who are not able to meet socialization demands of regular day camps but who are too high functioning for traditional special education camps. Appointment required. Call to set up screening or for futher information.NassauKEHILLA CAMPSSID JACOBSON JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
    LEARNING TO LEARN CENTERProvides a range of specialized assessments and evaluations of developmental, learning, neurologic and psychiatric issues in children, adolescents, and young adults. Serves any child ages preschool through young adult who is struggling academically and/or experiencing emotional or behavioral problems related to a neuropsychological deficit. Parent and professional education workshops are offered by North Shore Child and Family Guidance Center staff who have expertise in child development and neuropsychology. Offers school consultation to help educators work with children with neuropsychological deficits more effectively.NassauLEARNING TO LEARN CENTERNORTH SHORE CHILD AND FAMILY GUIDANCE 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
    LUFRANO TRAINING PROGRAMProvides training seminars and institutes on inclusionary issues, autism, early identification, involving families in assessment,remediation and goal setting, working with children with behavior problems, etc. Seminars target early childhood personnel working with children with and without disabilities and their families. Off site training and consultation available. Call for further information.NassauLUFRANO TRAINING PROGRAMVARIETY CHILD LEARNING CENTER
    LYNBROOK SPECIAL EDUCATION PTALynbrook SEPTA is the special education PTA within the school district. Its goals are to expand education opportunities for gifted children and those with special needs including learning disabilities. SEPTA keeps informed on national and state legislation that affects these children.NassauLYNBROOK SPECIAL EDUCATION PTALYNBROOK UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
    MAKING CONNECTIONS/BAY SHORE LOCATIONOffers a respite and socialization program for children on the autism spectrum. Activities include swimming, arts, and crafts, yoga, computer and group games. Facilities include a gym and playground. Call for more information.SuffolkMAKING CONNECTIONS/BAY SHORE LOCATIONLIFE'S WORC, INC.
    MAKING CONNECTIONS/GARDEN CITYOffers a respite and socialization program for children on the autism spectrum. Activities include arts and crafts, yoga, computer and group games. Call for more information.NassauMAKING CONNECTIONS/GARDEN CITYLIFE'S WORC, INC.
    MASERA LEARNING CENTERProvides a transdisciplinary program, reflecting the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis, to address the needs of elementary through middle school aged students with Autism and related developmental disabilities. Common Core Standards are presented through individualized and small group goal driven instruction. All instruction fosters the development of communication, social skills, on-task appropriate behaviors, academics, life skills and prevocational skills; through a hierarchy of structured specialized learning opportunities. The Masera Learning Center provides instruction to children with moderate to severe Autism and related developmental disabilities. The staff provides specialized individual and small group instruction utilizing the following best practice methodologies: Discrete Trial Instruction; Multi-media Instruction; Pre-vocational Skills; Social Stories; Applied Behavioral Analysis; Functional Behavioral Assessment/Behavior Intervention Plans; Community Integration Experiences; ADL(Activities for Daily Living)Skills and Task Analysis. Services are for students ages 5-14 years old and for grades K– 8th grade. Class Size Options are: 8:1:1 and 8:1:1 +3. Student profiles include: Moderate to severe language and social skill deficits; Moderate to severe Autism and related developmental disabilities and Moderate to severe behavioral deficits. Classification program exit outcomes include: Return to District; BOCES Included Placement and Other BOCES Programs. Students have the ability to transition to MLC @ Paul J. Bellew Elementary School. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkMASERA LEARNING CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    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
    MIDDLE SCHOOL LEVEL PROGRAMS AT PREMM LEARNING CENTEROffers programs that serves students with moderate to severe developmental delays, plays an integral part in the lives of the students we teach. We work as a team, in cooperation with the parents, to ensure that each student develops to his/her maximum potential academically, socially, and physically and achieves his/her highest level of independence. Multi-modality approaches to learning best serves our students while striving to achieve their goals. Services are for students ages 11-14 and in grades 6-8th grade. Class size options include 8:1:1, 8:1:1 +2 and 12:1:4 depending on which program. At the Middle School program Premm offers Center-Based Functional Academic Skills Program. The Functional Academic Skills Program at Premm Learning Center services students with moderate to severe development disabilities. The primary goal of the program is to maximize each student's potential and to teach skills that will enable them to become as independent as possible within the confines of their disability. Program components include academics with an emphasis on functional skill development, utilizing a modified Common Core Curriculum. Behavior management, independent living and social skills are also addressed. Functional assessments of behavior and behavior intervention plans are implemented for support when needed. All students are assessed using the New York State Alternate Assessment. Classifications: Multiple Disabilities; Intellectually Disabled; Speech Impairment; Visual Impairment; Autism; Hearing Impairment and other Health Impairment. Also offered is the The 12:1:4 Program at Premm Learning Center emphasizes a multi-sensory approach to learning. Emphasis is placed on improving cognition, sensory motor skills development and use of adaptive equipment to aid movement and independence. Students placed in the 12:1:4 class component are non-ambulatory and are dependent upon staff for meeting their needs throughout the school day. Classroom instruction is provided with hand over hand assistance. Related services of speech, occupational therapy and physical therapy are provided on a group push-in basis. All students are assessed using the New York State Alternate Assessment. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkPREMM LEARNING CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    MIDDLE SCHOOL LEVEL PROGRAMS AT WESTHAMPTON BEACH LEARNING CENTERProvide 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. Middle School Level Programs serves students with various developmental disabilities. Services are for students ages 11-14 and in grades 6-8th grade. Class size options include 8:1:1, 8:1:1 +2, 8:1:1 +3 and 12:1:4 depending on which program. The Prevocational Program services students with various developmental disabilities. The primary goal of the program is to maximize each student's potential and to teach skills that will enable them to become as independent as possible within the confines of his/her disability. Program components include academics with an emphasis on functional skill development, as well as simulated work activities to apply newly acquired knowledge. Behavior management, independent living, and social skills are also addressed. Where needed, discrete trial teaching and applied behavioral analysis is utilized in conjunction with grade level curriculum. Functional assessments of behavior intervention plans are implemented for support when needed. Students are classified as: Multiple Disabilities; Autism; Intellectual Disability; Emotional Disturbance; Speech Impairment and Other Health Impairment. The Secondary Developmental Program services students with various developmental disabilities. The primary goal of the program is to maximize each student's potential and to teach skills that will enable them to become as independent as possible within the confines of his/her disability. Program components include improving cognition with an emphasis on sensory motor skills development. Functional assessments of behavior and behavior intervention plans are put in place for support when needed. The 12:1:4 Program emphasizes a multi-sensory approach to learning. Emphasis is placed on improving cognition, sensory motor skills development and use of adaptive equipment to aid movement and independence. Students placed in the 12:1:4 class component are dependent upon staff for meeting their needs throughout the school day. Classroom instruction is provided with hand over hand assistance. Related services of speech, occupational therapy and physical therapy are provided on a group push-in basis. All students are assessed using the New York State Alternate Assessment. The Academic Center Middle School Program services students with learning and behavioral disabilities. The primary goal of the program is to maximize each student's potential. Program components include instruction that is comprised of the general education curriculum and which supports the Common Core State Standards. Behavior management, self-advocacy and social skills are addressed. A building-wide behavior management plan is an integral part of the program. Functional assessments and behavior intervention plans are implemented for support when needed. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkWESTHAMPTON BEACH LEARNING CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    NASSAU POLICE ATHLETIC LEAGUE-SPECIAL NEEDS UNITProvides dances, basketball leagues and computer classes for special needs children of Nassau County.NassauNASSAU POLICE ATHLETIC LEAGUE-SPECIAL NEEDS UNITNASSAU POLICE ATHLETIC LEAGUE-SPECIAL NEEDS UNIT
    NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR RARE DISORDERSActs as a clearinghouse and referral service for information on rare diseases. Maintains a comprehensive rare disease database, which provides families with information on over 1,100 rare disorders. Its networking program links families with other families who are afflicted with similar disorders. Accumulates and disseminates information about orphan drugs and devices, making known their availability. Advocates the needs of people with rare disorders. Provides disease specific medical reports written in lay language. Also offers a Medication Assistance Program for specific drugs and a medical equipment exchange program. Publishes Orphan Disease Update and Resource Guide . Call for more information.NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR RARE DISORDERSNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR RARE DISORDERS
    NEW INTERDISCIPLINARY SCHOOLProvides early intervention for children birth to five, including speech/language therapy, physical and occupational therapy, special education (self-contained and integrated classes), adapted physical education, computer education, play therapy and family counseling. Also offers a nursery school, Pre-K, day care and a special program for children with autism spectrum disorders. Call for more information.SuffolkNEW INTERDISCIPLINARY SCHOOLNEW INTERDISCIPLINARY SCHOOL
    NON-MEDICAID SERVICE COORDINATIONProgram provides Non-Medicaid Service Coordination and Crisis Intervention will work with families to access eligible service, entitlements and resources for their child.SuffolkNON-MEDICAID SERVICE COORDINATIONANGELA'S HOUSE
    OOOOH THE POSSIBILITIES! FARMProvides a self-directed, self-sustaining farm maintained by young adults with special needs.SuffolkOOOOH THE POSSIBILITIES! FARMOOOOH THE POSSIBILITIES! FARM
    PARENTS TIME OFFOffers monthly 4 hour respite for children with disabilities and their siblings enrolled in program. Parents drop off their children, who are cared for by Director of LITLC, students from Lynbrook High School, and other communities. Program includes dinner, crafts, music, and playtime.NassauPARENTS TIME OFFLONG ISLAND TOY LENDING CENTER FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES
    PREMM LEARNING CENTEROffers a program that serves students with moderate to severe developmental delays and plays an integral part in the lives of the students we teach. We work as a team, in cooperation with the parents, to ensure that each student develops to his/her maximum potential academically, socially, and physically and achieves his/her highest level of independence. Multi-modality approaches to learning best serves our students while striving to achieve their goals. Premm Learning Center offers an Elementary, Middle and Secondary program. The Center-Based Functional Academic Program at Premm Learning Center services students with moderate to severe developmental disabilities. The primary goal of the program is to maximize each student’s potential and to teach skills that will enable them to become as independent as possible within the confines of their disability. Program components include academics with an emphasis on functional skill development, utilizing a modified Common Core Curriculum. Behavior management, independent living and social skills are also addressed. Functional assessments of behavior and behavior intervention plans are implemented for support when needed. Students are classifications include: Multiple Disabilities; Intellectually Disabled; Speech Impairment; Visual Impairment; Autism; Hearing Impairment and other Health Impairments. The Elementary Program services students ages 5-11 years in grades K-5. Class size options are 8:1:1; 8:1:1 + 2 and 12:1:4 . Students do have the ability to transition to other sites. The Middle School Programs serves students ages 11-14 in grades 6-8th. Class size options are 8:1:1; 8:1:1 + 2 and 12:1:4 . Also offered is the The Secondary Developmental Program which services students ages 14-21 in grades 9th -12th and is a 12:1:4 Program. The 12:1:4 Program at Premm Learning Center emphasizes a multi-sensory approach to learning. Emphasis is placed on improving cognition, sensory motor skills development and use of adaptive equipment to aid movement and independence. Students placed in the 12:1:4 class component are non-ambulatory and are dependent upon staff for meeting their needs throughout the school day. Classroom instruction is provided with hand over hand assistance. Related services of speech, occupational therapy and physical therapy are provided on a group push-in basis. All students are assessed using a New York State alternate assessment. Also offered is the Inclusive Class Satellite Services. The Premm Learning Center offers inclusion class components for elementary and middle school aged students within off site district mainstream programs. The students serviced within the inclusion programs, experience learning disabilities but exhibit minimal to no behavioral concerns. The primary goal of the inclusion program is to maximize each student’s potential and to act as the bridge to possible return to home school district. Instruction in these classes emphasizes a modified Common Core Curriculum, behavior management, and self-advocacy and social skills, while also providing for the opportunity to be integrated with the mainstream population for special subject classes, lunch, assemblies and academic subjects when appropriate. Masera Learning Center is offered in more than one location. Call for more detailed information. SuffolkPREMM LEARNING CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    PREMM LEARNING CENTER AT TIMBER POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOLOffered at Timber Point Elementary is an included site program of the Premm Learning Center. This program is for students Ages 5 – 8 and in Grades K – 3rd and Elementary Level. Classroom options are 8:1:1. Student’s profiles include: Mild to moderate behavioral concerns; Mild to moderate learning disabilities and Life Skills and significantly modified state curriculum. The Premm Learning Center offers included class components for elementary students within off site district mainstream programs. The students serviced within the included programs experience learning disabilities but exhibit minimal to no behavioral concerns. The primary goal of the included class program is to maximize each student's potential and to act as the bridge to possibly return to home school district. Instruction in these classes emphasizes a modified Common Core Curriculum, behavior management, and self-advocacy and social skills, while also providing for the opportunity to be integrated with the mainstream population for special subject classes, lunch, assemblies and academic subjects when appropriate. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkPREMM LEARNING CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    PREMM LEARNING CENTER @ MERRIMAC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLOffered at Merrimac Elementary is an included site program of the Premm Learning Center. This program is for students Ages 8-11 and in Grades 3-6th and Elementary Level. Classroom options are 8:1:1 and 8:1:1 + 2. Student’s profiles include: Mild to moderate behavioral concerns; Mild to moderate learning disabilities and Life Skills and significantly modified state curriculum. The Premm Learning Center offers included class components for elementary students within off site district mainstream programs. The students serviced within the included programs experience learning disabilities but exhibit minimal to no behavioral concerns. The primary goal of the included class program is to maximize each student's potential and to act as the bridge to possibly return to home school district. Instruction in these classes emphasizes a modified Common Core Curriculum, behavior management, and self-advocacy and social skills, while also providing for the opportunity to be integrated with the mainstream population for special subject classes, lunch, assemblies and academic subjects when appropriate. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkPREMM LEARNING CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    PRESCHOOL PROGRAM-AQUEBOGUEProvides therapeutic preschool, Universal Pre-Kindergarten (Riverhead School District), and therapeutic services to children ages 2.5 to 5 years. Children with diagnosed disabilities and developmental delays are educated with typically developing peers. Provides evaluation and services in the areas of special education, speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, music therapy, vision therapy, counseling, social work services and psychological services. Consent for evaluation required through school district of residence. Infants and toddlers from birth to 3 years receive in-home evaluations. If eligible, services are provided in natural environments (home/community/day care facilities) through the Early Intervention Program as authorized by Suffolk County Division of Services for Children with Special Needs. For further information or guidance in the selection of child care services, please contact the Child Care Council of Suffolk at (631)462-0303 or the Child Care Council of Nassau at (516)358-9250.SuffolkPRESCHOOL PROGRAM-AQUEBOGUEALTERNATIVES FOR CHILDREN
    PRESCHOOL PROGRAM-DIX HILLSProvides therapeutic preschool, nursery school, and therapeutic services to children ages 2.5 to 5 years. Children with diagnosed disabilities and developmental delays are educated with typically developing nursery school peers. Provide evaluation and services in the areas of special education, speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, music therapy, vision therapy, counseling, social work services and psychological services. Consent for evaluation required through school district of residence. Infants and toddlers from birth to 3 years receive in-home evaluations. If eligible, services are provided in natural environments (home/community/day care facilities) through the Early Intervention Program as authorized by Suffolk County Division of Services for Children with Special Needs. For further information or guidance in the selection of child care services, please contact the Child Care Council of Suffolk at (631)462-0303 or the Child Care Council of Nassau at (516)358-9250.SuffolkPRESCHOOL PROGRAM-DIX HILLSALTERNATIVES FOR CHILDREN
    PRESCHOOL PROGRAM-EAST SETAUKETProvides therapeutic preschool and therapeutic services to children ages 2.5 to 5 years. Children with diagnosed disabilities and developmental delays are educated with typically developing peers in affiliation with childcare program. Provide evaluation and services in the areas of special education, speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, music therapy, vision therapy, counseling, social work services and psychological services. Consent for evaluation required through school district of residence. If eligible, services are provided in natural environments (home/community/day care facilities) through the Early Intervention Program as authorized by Suffolk County Division of Services for Children with Special Needs. For further information or guidance in the selection of child care services, please contact the Child Care Council of Suffolk at (631)462-0303 or the Child Care Council of Nassau at (516)358-9250.SuffolkPRESCHOOL PROGRAM-EAST SETAUKETALTERNATIVES FOR CHILDREN
    PRESCHOOL PROGRAM-SOUTHAMPTONProvides therapeutic preschool, nursery school, and therapeutic services to children ages 2.5 to 5 years. Children with diagnosed disabilities and developmental delays are educated with typically developing nursery school peers. Provides evaluation and services in the areas of special education, speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, music therapy, vision therapy, counseling, social work services and psychological services. Consent for evaluation required through school district of residence. Infants and toddlers from birth to 3 years receive in-home evaluations. If eligible, services are provided in natural environments (home/community/day care facilities) through the Early Intervention Program as authorized by Suffolk County Division of Services for Children with Special Needs. For further information or guidance in the selection of child care services, please contact the Child Care Council of Suffolk at (631)462-0303 or the Child Care Council of Nassau at (516)358-9250.SuffolkPRESCHOOL PROGRAM-SOUTHAMPTONALTERNATIVES FOR CHILDREN
    REGION ONE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTEREmpowers families and informs and involves professionals and other individuals interested in healthy development and educational rights of children. SPAN's foremost commitment is to children with the greatest need due to disability, discrimination, and other special circumstances. Region 1 parent centers are located in: Niantic, Connecticut, Augusta, Maine, Sanford, Maine, Boston, Massachusetts, Concord, New Hampshire, Newark, New Jersey, Rochester, New York, New York City, New York, and Williston, Vermont. Call for more information.REGION ONE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTERTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE ALLIANCE FOR PARENT CENTERS
    REHABILITATION FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTSProvides inpatient rehabilitative therapy for children and adolescents occupational, physical, recreational and speech therapy, psychology, audiology, nursing and social work. Services are offered to children and adolescents with a disability including, but not limited to, brain injury, anoxic encephalopathy, stroke, spinal cord injury, tumors, neuromuscular conditions, orthopedic/rheumatological impairments, amputees, congenital anomalies, burns, and post surgical rehabilitation.SuffolkREHABILITATION FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTSST. CHARLES HOSPITAL
    RESIDENTIAL CAMP FOR PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED CHILDRENProvides residential camping facilities and activities including tennis, track, swimming, arts and crafts, computers, basketball, baseball, fishing, music, sailing as well as off-site trips for physically challenged individuals age 8-18 years. Also offers two three-week sessions and a one-week session for ages 8-18 years. Call.SuffolkRESIDENTIAL CAMP FOR PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED CHILDRENSOUTHAMPTON FRESH AIR HOME
    RESIDENTIAL CARESpecial homes for medically frail children. Includes 24 hour nursing care.SuffolkRESIDENTIAL CAREANGELA'S HOUSE
    RESIDENTIAL RESPITEProvides residential respite services for developmentally disabled individuals living at home.SuffolkRESIDENTIAL RESPITEUCP OF LONG ISLAND
    RESPITE HOUSEOffers a scheduled proactive experience for children with developmental disabilities ages 7 and up and adults who live with their family in Suffolk and Nassau County. Respite is available seven days a week for two individuals at a time.SuffolkRESPITE HOUSEEAST END DISABILITY ASSOCIATES, INC.
    RESPITE, REIMBURSEMENT PROGRAMProvides respite reimbursement for technology dependent, medically fragile, chronically ill and developmentally disabled children ages birth through 18 years.SuffolkRESPITE, REIMBURSEMENT PROGRAMANGELA'S HOUSE
    SATURDAY RESPITE PROGRAMProvides recreation respite services for families with developmentally disabled children ages 21 and under two Saturdays per month.SuffolkSATURDAY RESPITE PROGRAMEAST END DISABILITY ASSOCIATES, INC.
    SAUL AND ELAINE SEIFF EDUCARE CENTERProvides pre-school and school-age programs for 0-21 year olds who are multiply handicapped with intellectual and other developmental disabilities. Also provides visual, auditory and speech education to children birth-5 years who suffer from intellectual or developmental disabilities, multiple handicaps and delayed speech. Transdisciplinary staff includes social workers, psychologists, therapists and medical support team. Family support and crisis intervention counseling provided.SuffolkSAUL AND ELAINE SEIFF EDUCARE CENTERAHRC SUFFOLK
    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
    SCHOOL PROGRAMProvides year round half and full day classes for preschool and kindergarten children with learning, speech/language, or behavior problems, including autism. Offers special education, occupational, physical, and language therapy, ABA, parent counseling and education. English language learning classes available for Spanish speaking children. Support services for families. SEIT(Special Education Itinerant Teacher) services and related services available for classified children. Curriculum is aligned with the NYS Next Generation Learning Standards.NassauSCHOOL PROGRAMVARIETY CHILD LEARNING CENTER
    SECONDARY LEVEL PROGRAMS AT PREMM LEARNING CENTEROffers programs that serves students with moderate to severe developmental delays, plays an integral part in the lives of the students we teach. We work as a team, in cooperation with the parents, to ensure that each student develops to his/her maximum potential academically, socially, and physically and achieves his/her highest level of independence. Multi-modality approaches to learning best serves our students while striving to achieve their goals. Services are for students ages 14-21 and in grades 9th-12th grade. Class size options 12:1:4. The 12:1:4 Program at Premm Learning Center emphasizes a multi-sensory approach to learning. Emphasis is placed on improving cognition, sensory motor skills development and use of adaptive equipment to aid movement and independence. Students placed in the 12:1:4 class component are non-ambulatory and are dependent upon staff for meeting their needs throughout the school day. Classroom instruction is provided with hand over hand assistance. Related services of speech, occupational therapy and physical therapy are provided on a group push-in basis. All students are assessed using the New York State Alternate Assessment. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkPREMM LEARNING CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    SECONDARY LEVEL PROGRAMS AT WESTHAMPTON BEACH LEARNING CENTERProvide 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. Secondary Level Programs services students with various developmental disabilities. Services are for students ages 14-21 and in grades 9th-12th grade. Class size options include 8:1:1, 8:1:1 +2, 8:1:1 +3 and 12:1:4 depending on which program. The Prevocational Program services students with various developmental disabilities. The primary goal of the program is to maximize each student's potential and to teach skills that will enable them to become as independent as possible within the confines of his/her disability. Program components include academics with an emphasis on functional skill development, as well as simulated work activities to apply newly acquired knowledge. Behavior management, independent living, and social skills are also addressed. Where needed, discrete trial teaching and applied behavioral analysis is utilized in conjunction with grade level curriculum. Functional assessments of behavior intervention plans are implemented for support when needed. Students are classified as: Multiple Disabilities; Autism; Intellectual Disability; Emotional Disturbance; Speech Impairment and other Health Impairment. The Secondary Developmental Program services students with various developmental disabilities. The primary goal of the program is to maximize each student's potential and to teach skills that will enable them to become as independent as possible within the confines of his/her disability. Program components include improving cognition with an emphasis on sensory motor skills development. Functional assessments of behavior and behavior intervention plans are put in place for support when needed. The 12:1:4 Program emphasizes a multi-sensory approach to learning. Emphasis is placed on improving cognition, sensory motor skills development and use of adaptive equipment to aid movement and independence. Students placed in the 12:1:4 class component are dependent upon staff for meeting their needs throughout the school day. Classroom instruction is provided with hand over hand assistance. Related services of speech, occupational therapy and physical therapy are provided on a group push-in basis. All students are assessed using the New York State Alternate Assessment. The District Based Program held (Half day at WHBLC @ Shoreham-Wading River High School / Half day at H.B. Ward Career & Tech SCE or TSP @ BLC) services students with various developmental disabilities. The primary goal is to introduce the students to work skills that may prepare them for entry level employment or help them achieve success in their transitional plan. Functional assessments of behavior and behavior intervention plans are put in place for support when needed. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkWESTHAMPTON BEACH LEARNING CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    SECONDARY PROGRAMProvides education to students who are deaf and multiply handicapped deaf in a mainstream and individual class setting.SuffolkSECONDARY PROGRAMCLEARY SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
    SIBLING SUPPORTSpecializes in working with children who have a brother or sister with special needs. Adult volunteer mentors give these children special one-on-one attention in a one-to-one, professionally supported relationship, monitored by dedicated case manager. Volunteers are screened and trained. Also match the special needs children with volunteers whenever appropriate.NassauSIBLING SUPPORTBIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF LONG ISLAND
    SINGLE POINT OF ACCESS FOR CHILDREN (SPOA)Offers Nassau County residents, a single referral site for intensive in-home and out of home Department of Mental Health services for children. Assessment by a committee of providers will determine the appropriate level of care.NassauSINGLE POINT OF ACCESS FOR CHILDREN (SPOA)NASSAU COUNTY OFFICE OF MENTAL HEALTH, CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES SERVICES
    SPECIAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENTProvides educational services including special placement and individualized programming, instruction and support services for exceptional children and youths.SuffolkSPECIAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENTPATCHOGUE MEDFORD UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
    SPECIAL NEEDS AQUATIC PROGRAMGroup swimming lessons for children with high functioning special needs. Two students per one instructor. First class is for children aged 4-6 and second class is for children aged 7-10.NassauSPECIAL NEEDS AQUATIC PROGRAMSID JACOBSON JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
    SPECIAL SERVICES CENTERProvides programs for children 5 years old to young adults with special needs including learning disabilities, Aspergers Syndrome, speech and language delays and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD). Offers a supportive environment to promote self growth, enhance self image and foster interpersonal relationlships and socialization. Appointment required. Call for more information.NassauSPECIAL SERVICES CENTERSID JACOBSON JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
    ST. MARY'S HOME CAREProvides short-term skilled care and support services at home for patients with disabilities and complex medical conditions from newborn to 44 years of age. Offers a family-centered, team approach to caregiving with the goal of improving patients' independence and quality of life. Treats patients with a wide spectrum of health conditions including Cerebral Palsy, HIV/AIDS, seizures, Failure to Thrive, Hydrocephalus, Diabetes and Asthma. Offers physical, occupational, speech and respiratory therapy, specialized pediatric nursing, private duty nursing, home health and personal care aides, skilled nursing visits, palliative care, medical equipment and supplies.ST. MARY'S HOME CAREST. MARY'S HEALTHCARE SYSTEM FOR CHILDREN
    ST. MARY'S HOME CARE ASTHMA MANAGEMENT PROGRAMOffers a team approach (nurses, social workers, therapists and nutritionists) to provide patient/family centered asthma education and manage asthma care at home. Services include medication management, environmental and lifestyle assessment, emergency management and health monitoring through a telehealth program. Works collaboratively with patient's physician to follow treatment plans and manage asthma effectively. Communicates with school health staff and educators as needed to support children attending school.NassauST. MARY'S HOME CARE ASTHMA MANAGEMENT PROGRAMST. MARY'S HEALTHCARE SYSTEM FOR CHILDREN
    STONY BROOK/EASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES PSYCHIATRIC INPATIENT PROGRAMProvides an inpatient psychiatry program for elementary-age students enabling them to continue their education while undergoing psychiatric treatment. Students are referred through parent or school referrals and admits youngsters, after thorough evaluation by social worker, psychologists and physicians. The length of stay ranges from 1-12 weeks, during which time a full academic curriculum is provided by Eastern Suffolk BOCES. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSTONY BROOK/EASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES PSYCHIATRIC INPATIENT PROGRAMEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    SUFFOLK COUNTY CARE COORDINATION/CASE MANAGEMENTProvides case management services in the community to seriously emotionally disturbed children and adolescents, ages 5-18 years. Referral and appointment required. All work is performed in the field in private homes, schools, etc.SuffolkSUFFOLK COUNTY CARE COORDINATION/CASE MANAGEMENTSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF COMMUNITY MENTAL HYGIENE
    SULAM-LIProvides a religious school for Jewish children with special needs. Also offers cultural enrichment, parent support groups and socialization groups.NassauSULAM-LISULAM-LI
    THERAPEUTIC HORSEBACK RIDINGHelps people with special needs develop strength, confidence, and increased self esteem. Offers private 30 minute sessions, as well as group sessions.NassauTHERAPEUTIC HORSEBACK RIDINGSKY RIDING LONG ISLAND
    THREE TO FIVE YEAR OLD PROGRAM; PRESCHOOL PROGRAMProvides services for children from three to five years of age with half and full day sessions. Program offers a nursery school environment with educational and related services such as occupational, physical, and speech therapies, adaptive physical education, dance, music, and computers. Mainstreaming available with non-handicapped peers. In-house library, toys, books and audiovisual material collection. For further information or guidance in the selection of child care services, please contact the Child Care Council of Suffolk at (631)462-0303 or the Child Care Council of Nassau at (516)358-9250.NassauTHREE TO FIVE YEAR OLD PROGRAM; PRESCHOOL PROGRAMACDS, INC.
    UNITED PARENT SYNDICATE ON DISABILITIESUPSD is a source for information on all actions of government that affect individuals with disabilities and their families. UPSD is committed to alerting the community, the press, and congressmen before decisions are made that affect its members. Provides at no cost the Toys 'R' US Toy Guide For Differently-Abled Kids. Publishes a newsletter, The Voice, Our National Newsletter. Visit the website and the UPSD link for monthly national news updates and membership information.UNITED PARENT SYNDICATE ON DISABILITIESPARENTS EDUCATING PARENTS AND PROFESSIONALS, INC.
    UP WEE GROW, INC.Provides evaluations and therapies for children birth through age five in their homes or in a preschool/daycare facility setting. Offers services in Arabic, Chinese, Creole, Hindi, Portuguese, Spanish and Urdu. Please call for an appointment.SuffolkUP WEE GROW, INC.UP WEE GROW, INC.
    VACATION RESPITE PROGRAMProvides respite services for families with developmentally disabled children ages 21 and under during all major school vacations except the winter break. Offers onsite recreational activities as well as offsite trips to local parks, playgrounds and activity centers.SuffolkVACATION RESPITE PROGRAMEAST END DISABILITY ASSOCIATES, INC.
    VINCENT SMITH SCHOOLProvides individualized programs for students in grades 1-12 with AD/HD and learning disorders.NassauVINCENT SMITH SCHOOLVINCENT SMITH SCHOOL
    WEEKEND RECREATIONAL RESPITEProvides recreational activities for children and young adults with a disability who require minimal supervision. Referral required.SuffolkWEEKEND RECREATIONAL RESPITEMARYHAVEN CENTER OF HOPE, INC.
    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
    WESTHAMPTON BEACH LEARNING CENTER@ EAST MORICHES ELEMENTARY SCHOOLOffered at East Moriches Elementary School is an included site program of the Westhampton Beach Learning Center. This program is for students Ages 5 – 10 and in Grades K - 4th. Classroom options are 8:1:1. Student’s profiles include: Mild to moderate behavioral concerns and Mild to moderate learning disabilities. The Westhampton Beach Learning Center is offered in more than one location. Call for more detailed information. The Westhampton Beach Learning Center is offered in more than one location. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkWESTHAMPTON BEACH LEARNING CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    WESTHAMPTON BEACH LEARNING CENTER@ EAST MORICHES MIDDLE SCHOOLOffered at East Moriches Middle School is an included site program of the Westhampton Beach Learning Center. This program is for students ages Ages 11 – 14 at the Middle School Level. Classroom options are 12:1:1. Student’s profiles include: Mild to moderate behavioral concerns, Mild to moderate developmental disabilities and Life Skills and significantly modified state curriculum. The Westhampton Beach Learning Center is offered in more than one location. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkWESTHAMPTON BEACH LEARNING CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    WESTHAMPTON BEACH LEARNING CENTER @ SHOREHAM-WADING RIVER HIGH SCHOOLOffered at Shoreham-Wading River High School is an included site program of the Westhampton Beach Learning Center. This program is for students Ages 14 – 21 in Grades 9th - 12th and at the Secondary Level. Classroom options are 12:1:1. Student Profile’s include; Half day Career & Tech program at H.B. Ward Career & Tech Center – CTE; Mild to moderate behavioral concerns; Mild to moderate developmental disabilities and Life Skills and modified state curriculum. The Westhampton Beach Learning Center is offered in more than one location. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkWESTHAMPTON BEACH LEARNING CENTEREASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    WOODMERE HASCProvides a range of services for children ages Birth-21 with speech, Learning of Motor Limitations and Behavioral Difficulties. Includes Early Intervention(EI), Preschool Programs, School Age Program, Camp HASC.NassauWOODMERE HASCHEBREW ACADEMY FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN, INC.-HASC
    YOUTH CAMPProvides camp for children ages 8-14 and for children with special needs (approx. 20 limited space). Activities include swimming and canoeing, paddle boating, hiking, kickball, soccer, fishing, arts and crafts, movies, volleyball, nature hikes, campfire, overnights in Tipi Village, scavenger hunts, skits, basketball, and rainy day activities. Call for further information.NassauYOUTH CAMPNEW YORK DISTRICT KIWANIS FOUNDATION
    YOUTH POWER! (LONG ISLAND REGIONAL TEAM)Provides youth ages 14-29, labeled with disability or experience in the New York State system (special education, juvenile justice, mental health, foster care) opportunities to voice their opinions about personally relevant topics, participate in forums, outreach activities and advocate for positive changes in New York State programs and local communities.YOUTH POWER! (LONG ISLAND REGIONAL TEAM)FAMILIES TOGETHER IN NEW YORK STATE, INC.

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