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Support Groups & Associations
UPDATED MARCH 2016: Raising a child with special needs in The Bronx? Find support by connecting with other families, parents, and caregivers in the Bronx who have kids with special needs.
Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center’s Autism Parent Support Group 1650 Selwyn Ave., Suite 6D, Claremont 718-960-1410 Ambreen Khan, email@example.com This support group meets on the first Monday of every month to discuss legal advocacy, education services, social support, and more. Resources such as developmental pediatricians, pediatric neurologists, and special education attorneys are also available to help children with autism spectrum disorders.
National Association for Parents of Children with Visual Impairments New York Institute for Special Education999 Pelham Parkway, Pelham Gardens718-519-7000 x127 firstname.lastname@example.orgThrough a support group, several conferences, and meetings the association seeks to empower parents raising children with visual impairments. Parents are also able to connect through an online forum where parents can upload photos, share stories, and participate in a supportive community.
Support Groups for Parents of Children with Special Needs in Brooklyn
Support Groups for Parents of Children with Special Needs in Manhattan
Support Groups for Parents of Children with Special Needs in Queens
Suffolk County Support Groups for Raising Kids with Special Needs
Nassau County Support Groups for Raising Kids with Special Needs
Staten Island Support Groups for Raising Children with Special Needs
Queens Support Groups for Raising Children with Special Needs
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