UPDATED April: After-school activities, classes, and other fun programs for kids with special needs and learning differences in Westchester County.
UPDATED April: After-school activities, classes, and other fun programs for kids with special needs and learning differences on Long Island.
We've gathered the best family-friendly events for children with special needs in New York City in April, including sensory-friendly screening of Hotel Transylvania at AMC theaters, mouth and foot painting at Children's Museum of Art in Soho, and art classes at MoMA.
A roundup of cooking classes for kids with special needs in Rockland and Bergen counties
A roundup of cooking classes for kids with special needs in Westchester County
A roundup of cooking classes for kids with special needs on Long Island
Chuck E. Cheese’s is introducing a Sensory Sensitive Sundays program this April for children with special needs.
A roundup of cooking classes for kids with special needs in Queens
A roundup of cooking classes for kids with special needs in Brooklyn
A roundup of cooking classes for kids with special needs in Manhattan
On Thursday, April 27 at 7:30pm, Temple Beth Sholom in New City will welcome 80-plus adult guests from Rockland ARC, Camp Venture, HVDDSO, and Jawonio for a Havdalah celebration.
Daniel's Music Foundation in East Harlem now offers private music lessons and more for the community.
HappyFest is the very first all-ages, all-abilities obstacle course and festival of its kind and will be held fat Long Island Sports Park, in Calverton, NY, on Oct. 15th.
Safari Adventure in Riverhead has been refinished and now includes arcade games and inflatables as well as a sensory calming spa for kids with special needs.
A multi-sensory instructional program designed to aid children with learning disabilities, launches at Comprehensive Consultation Psychological Services, P.C.
UPDATED April 2017: April is Autism Awareness Month. Help raise awareness and have some fun with Autism Awareness Month events and more in the New York metro area.
The Big Apple Circus presents specially adapted matinee performances of its new show, The Grand Tour, for children with special needs.
Miriam Skydell and Associates has partnered with BounceU to offer Sensory Bounce at the BounceU Nanuet location. Sensory Bounce is a fun form of therapy that promotes social skills.
Looking for a venue to hold a birthday party for your child with special needs? There's a new option right on Long Island.
Evolution Youth Fitness, a children's gym in Port Jefferson Station, began a fitness program for children with autism last month. The fitness program for children on the spectrum aims to help children gain physical, social, and cognitive skills.
Pump It Up, a children's entertainment facility and birthday party location in Norwalk, now offers sensory-friendly birthday parties for children with special needs.
Bounce! Trampoline Sports in Valley Cottage, an indoor trampoline park, now offers Sensory Bounce, trampoline time tailored to children with special needs.
Traveling with children can be a challenge, but traveling with children with special needs can be even more challenging. Here are seven vacations, including Autism on the Seas and AdventureSmith, that cater to special needs to make your vacation an actual vacation, plus tips for traveling with a wheelchair.
It's easy to get used to hearing about all the things your child with special needs can't do, but there are so many within their grasp with the right modifications and help. We spoke to various experts, parents, and even kids themselves for tips on how you can turn 'can't' into 'can.'
IF you thought piano lessons were not an option for your child with special needs, think again. Kristyn Rushton, a residential program manager at Life's WORC shares what to look for in a piano teacher and details about a program that was designed specifically for children with special needs.