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Professional Services for Children with Special Needs in Westchester County

Professional Services for Children with Special Needs in Westchester County

Find the right support for your child with special needs.



Get the proper care for your child with special needs with these helpful resources in Westchester County. Find the perfect school or therapy program online.


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Special Needs Professional Services


CREATIVE WONDERS THERAPY CENTER
470 Mamaroneck Ave., suite 204, White Plains
914-421-8270 ext. 1
101 South Bedford Road suite 404, Mt. Kisco
914-373-6823


Creative Wonders is a pediatric therapy center located in White Plains and Mt. Kisco. Seasoned occupational, physical, and speech therapists are trained in specialties including sensory integration, PROMPT, and therapeutic listening. Strict cleaning guidelines, therapists in masks, and Alen BreatheSmart 75i and 45i True HEPA Air Purifiers in both locations.


INSTITUTE FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM AND RELATED DISORDERS, INC. (THE)
646-831-0378
Email icawestchester@gmail.com

The Institute for Children with Autism and Related Disorders, Inc. (ICA) was founded in 2000. With offices in Riverhead, Melville, and White Plains, ICA’s mission is to provide state-of-the-science consultation directly to students, their families, and the school districts and community agencies that serve them.


YALE CHILD STUDY CENTER – AUTISM RESEARCH PROGRAM
230 S. Frontage Road, New Haven
203-737-3439, Erin MacDonnell
Email autism@yale.edu

If you or your child are between 6 and 40 years of age, you can participate in our study to help learn about brain development. The McPartland Lab at the Yale School of Medicine is seeking individuals with autism spectrum disorder or typically developing individuals. Participants receive an evaluation and compensation.


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