This artwork was created by Yossi at SKHOV art therapy class with Tzippy Silberman
In School Program
Individualized sessions that alternate with small-group activities that teach children to relate to classmates and participate in social situations. Each child's schedule of learning activities is especially designed to meet his or her needs and goals
All intervention activities are data based, teachers, therapists, and parents directly observe daily performance and collect data to provide objective feedback and ongoing evaluations of the effects of each intervention.
Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Waivers
an OPWDD-certified agency serving people with developmental disabilities
Practicing and learning daily living skills goals at home to better achieve independence with personal care activities no matter where they find themselves. Whether at home, school, work or in the community. For ages 3-adult.
Serving infants and toddlers ages 0-3 diagnosed with autism and developmental disabilities. Individualized services focus on learning readiness; language; play; family participation; daily routines
The Special Education Itinerant Teacher Program serves children ages 3-5. This individualized program operates throughout the 5 boroughs of New York City that utilizes the child's natural environment for learning.