34 West 139th Street New York, NY 10037
The Harlem Child Development Center is a program that is part of The Jewish Board and has many services that will help children of many ages with many developmental, neurological, emotional, and behavioral problems.
There are individual and group services for the children, their families, and those who take care of them.
The services include a Therapeutic Nursery School, Special Education Itinerant Teaching Program, Early Childhood Consultation, and an Outpatient Clinic.
The outpatient clinic serves families with infants, toddlers, and children up to age 8. The clinic offers a variety of services to support your child’s development and wellbeing, including: child’s comprehensive evaluation, individual play therapy, and parental groups for families. Learn more about the Virginia and Leonard Marx Outpatient Clinic.
For information about other programs and services offered by The Jewish Board click, here or call (212) 690-7234.
419 East 86th Street, New York, NY, 10028
ABC is located in the Upper East Side has programs that benefit children and families such as:
Early Childhood: Programs that offer therapy and lessons at the centers or at home for children of low income families, with disabilities, or those that have gone through trauma or homelessness.
OpenDoor: offers programs for all family members such as computer and job training, English classes, help getting citizenship, immigration help, domestic violence support groups, and more.
Youth Services: offers after-school and summer programs, job training for youth with disabilities, and study buddies for kids and teens ages 5-21 years old.
Family Programs to help families with money management, legal assistance, housing and childcare.
To contact ABC click the blue link here.
Provides assistance to parents, advocacy groups, and schools in regards to services and programs for students with disabilities. See the Parent’s Guide to Special Education in NYS at http://www.p12.nysed.gov/specialed/publications/policy/parentsguide.pdf.
The Autism Society of America has been improving the lives of all affected by autism for over 50 years and envisions a world where individuals and families living with autism are able to maximize their quality of life, are treated with the highest level of dignity, and live in a society in which their talents and skills are appreciated and valued. We provide advocacy, education, information and referral, support, and the community at national, state and local levels through our strong nationwide network of Affiliates. Information for parents of children with autism. Topics include health, education, and safety. Search for local events and resources.
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