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SKHOV successfully reopened in person schooling for Summer 2020.

Our school reopened, as per Governor Cuomo's latest executive order.

It is more important than ever for all children to continue their education uninterrupted.  Shema Kolainu – Hear our Voices (SKHOV) has successfully adapted their specialized education services, bringing them directly to students. We are opening the classrooms and we are going to service our children face to face. 

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Shema Kolainu - Hear Our Voices Invites Everyone to Enjoy Annual "Virtual" Legislative Breakfast

 

 

Shema Kolainu – Hear Our Voices hosted its first virtual Annual Legislative Breakfast. The event honored and celebrates the advocacy efforts of many distinguished individuals on behalf of children with autism.

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Dr. Weinstein Discusses Online Learning

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Chaya Sara Templeman, SLP-CF, TSSLD Presenting Workshop on Augmentative Alternative Communication
Shema Kolainu – Hear Our Voices Webinar Brings Hundreds Together to Explore Augmentative Alternative Communication

A wide audience of participants took part in a free webinar workshop to learn about the different types of Augmentative Alternative Communications available

Wed Jul 29 12:10 PM

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#Givingwithlove - Support over 1000 people with Autism by making a donation to Shema Kolainu - Hear Our Voices

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How remote learning has influenced my autistic child: “I didn’t like second grade...I only like Mom school” New Post
How remote learning has influenced my autistic child: “I didn’t like second grade...I only like Mom school”

Since the start of the Coronavirus quarantine several months ago, remote learning has proven to be extremely challenging for many children with autism and their parents.

Thu Jul 09 09:25 AM

Synesthesia, a sensory processing disorder that results in mixed sensory perceptions (i.e. “seeing” colors or “tasting” music), affects up to 20% of people with autism
Autism and Synesthesia. Can you hear colors and taste certain music too?

Synesthesia, a sensory processing disorder that results in mixed sensory perceptions (i.e. “seeing” colors or “tasting” music), affects up to 20% of people with autism.

Thu Jul 02 03:26 PM

06/26/2020
Student from Flushing wins a $2,500 prize for essay on inclusion and diversity in annual competition

Isabella Sicilian, a 10th-grade student from Queens, won $2,500 for her essay promoting understanding and inclusion of students on the autism spectrum.

Fri Jun 26 09:42 AM

06/25/2020
The “New Normal” after Lockdown

Many young adults with autism in the U.K. are anxious about the ending of the Coronavirus lockdown.

Thu Jun 25 08:56 AM

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SHEMA KOLAINU SCHOOL

Offering a broad spectrum of evidence-based education and therapeutic programs to children with autism spectrum disorder, developmental delays and related disabilities in a warm and nurturing environment.

To hear the voices of the children and families that we serve as they strive to achieve their full potential for independence, productivity, and inclusion in the community. The high standard and quality of care displayed by all of our staff is achieved through their expertise and ability to hear, and learn from, those who they serve.

Our Story

Shema Kolainu - Hear Our Voices was founded in 1998 by Dr. Joshua Weinstein, Ph.D., M.B.A., in response to the growing need in the New York metropolitan area's education system for programs that effectively fill the learning and emotional requirements of children with autism.

Mission Statement
Shema Kolainu means “Hear Our Voices.” True to our name, our mission is to hear the voices of the families and children that we serve, inspiring and encouraging them to achieve their full potential for independence, productivity, and personal growth. Our exceptional staff of therapists and educators works tirelessly to create a warm, nurturing environment, and to provide the highest quality of care and education for all of the children in our program.

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How remote learning has influenced my autistic child: “I didn’t like second grade...I only like Mom school” New Post
How remote learning has influenced my autistic child: “I didn’t like second grade...I only like Mom school”

Since the start of the Coronavirus quarantine several months ago, remote learning has proven to be extremely challenging for many children with autism and their parents.

Thu Jul 09 09:25 AM

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