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UPDATED January 2019: Support your child with special needs with these services catered specifically for children with special needs, such as ADHD, autism, learning disabilities, and behavioral issues. Services offered for children with special needs include Applied Behavior Analysis; speech, occupational, and physical therapy; psychological services; diagnostic evaluation and treatment; early intervention; support groups; and tutoring. Find special education services and schools for your child with special needs throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties on Long Island, serving Baldwin, Carle Place, Levittown, Lynbrook, Manhasset, Massapequa Park, Plainview, Roslyn Heights, Seaford, and Syosset in Nassau County and Commack, East Northport, Huntington, Melville, Patchogue, Port Washington, and Smithtown in Suffolk County.
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1116 Main Road, Aquebogue
600 South Service Road, Dix Hills
14 Research Way, East Setauket
168 Hill St., Southampton
Providing quality, affordable daycare and special education services since 1988. Creating a natural learning environment fostering each child’s development. Early Intervention and Preschool Special Education evaluation site and provider. Preschool special education, integrated classes, daycare; classes taught by NYS special education and early childhood teachers, and certified daycare staff.
BUILDING BLOCKS DEVELOPMENTAL PRESCHOOL
29 Pinewood Drive, Commack
Building Blocks is an early childhood learning center focusing on education of all young children. We offer parent and child groups, preschool classes, and childcare. As a New York state-accredited special education program for more than 30 years, we provide special instruction, ABA, speech, occupational, and physical therapy, psychological and diagnostic services.
DR. STEVE IMBER, PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL CONSULTANTS
Serving Nassau and Suffolk Counties as well as the five boroughs of NYC
61-43 186th St., Fresh Meadows
166 Valley St., Providence, RI
Dr. Imber has more than 40 years of experience consulting, evaluating, and advocating for children, adolescents, and adults with various disabilities including autism (e.g. Asperger’s syndrome), attention deficit disorders, intellectual disabilities, emotional and behavioral disorders, and learning disabilities.
GERSH ACADEMY (THE)
21 Sweet Hollow Road Suite 1, Huntington
In 1999, Gersh Academy opened with a vision of creating a world where individuals on the autism spectrum are empowered to thrive. Today our vision remains the same, but we're more than just a school. We are a collective of professionals dedicated to making a real difference in the world. We're dedicated to fulfilling the hopes and dreams of parents by bringing autism spectrum disorder out of the shadows and into the light. We're committed to expanding our reach across the globe, in order to create the world we know is possible.
HAGEDORN LITTLE VILLAGE SCHOOL, JACK JOEL CENTER FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN (THE)
750 Hicksville Road, Seaford
The Hagedorn Little Village School is a not-for-profit school highly regarded for providing outstanding educational and therapeutic services for children with a wide range of developmental disabilities. HLVS provides year-round programs and services that include diagnostic evaluations and treatment, early intervention, a preschool, an elementary school, SEIT, and related services.
HUNTINGTON LEARNING CENTERS (LI)
656 Sunrise Highway, Baldwin
607 E. Main St., Bay Shore
79-81 Westbury Ave., Carle Place
Elwood Shopping Center
1928B Jericho Turnpike, East Northport
639 Sunrise Highway, Lynbrook
1506 Northern Blvd., Manhasset
South Gate Shopping Center
49-34 Merrick Road, Massapequa Park
499-5 Sunrise Highway, Patchogue
443 South Oyster Bay Road, Suite B, 2nd floor
Smithtown Shopping Center
8 Miller Place, Smithtown
Huntington Learning Center is the premier tutoring and test prep provider for kindergarten students through 12th grade. Founded in 1977, its mission is to give every student the best education possible. The company prides itself on personalized attention and proven results with individualized programs taught by certified teachers at accredited centers.
School districts consult their attorneys, why shouldn’t you? Brad H. Rosken is an experienced trial attorney. He’s also a parent of a child with special needs. He knows how far to push a school district to obtain the maximum that your child is entitled to under law. He’ll guide you, decipher lingo, and develop effective strategies. He’s also a New York state-certified impartial hearing officer who hears cases in New York City, Rockland, and Westchester counties.
Dr. Mora works with children and adults. He specializes in psychological testing, which helps improve diagnosing and treatment planning. Such testing includes neuropsychological testing, giftedness examinations, and evaluating for the presence of psychological disorders. This includes evaluating for ADHD and possible consequences of head injury. He has years of experience doing such testing with various populations. He earned his doctorate in clinical psychology and postdoctoral education in forensic psychology from St. John’s University. He is also an adjunct professor of psychology at St. Francis College.
RODRO BOOKS & EDUCATION SERVING ALL OF SUFFOLK COUNTY
A carefully constructed series of unique, captivating stories and arts activities provide customized one-on-one educational enrichment targeting confidence, impulse control, mindfulness, focus, self-respect, creativity, initiative, and bullying prevention. Typical children, those with ADHD, anxiety, and other challenges develop vital, self-affirming social-emotional skills that put them in control of their learning.
Founded more than 20 years ago, Sappo School is one of the leading independent private schools on Long Island for students grades K-12th. We are forerunners in the movement toward educational reform and academic excellence. For more than 20 years, Sappo School has been providing a safe and nurturing environment for students. We offer small class sizes and a tailored approach to learning. We have had proven success in working with students with anxiety, ADHD, dyslexia, and ENL students. We offer College Prep, SAT Prep, STEM, music, and arts programs.
STEPS TO SOCIALIZATION
13 South Bayles Ave., Port Washington
Steps to Socialization was created by Evelyn Kashinsky, a parent of children with special needs, to help children who have difficulty socializing. Steps to Socialization is more than just a social skills program. We teach children how to think socially, step by step. Working in small groups of three to four students, we cover a variety of topics, including how to establish and maintain friendships and initiating and maintaining conversations.
SYLVAN LEARNING CENTERS OF MINEOLA AND HUNTINGTON
393 Jericho Turnpike, Mineola
1160 E. Jericho Turnpike
Sylvan’s Personalized Tutoring programs in reading, writing, mathematics, SAT and ACT Prep will improve your child's skills and confidence. We use a state-of-the-art assessment, personal learning plans, and certified teachers to ensure the high level of quality instruction and support that Sylvan prides itself on. Plus, our sessions are available in the afternoons, evenings, and on Saturdays, so that you can pick what works best with your busy schedule.
VARIETY CHILD LEARNING CENTER
47 Humphrey Drive, Syosset
Variety Child Learning Center at the Gallow School
72 Farmedge Road, Levittown
Variety Child Learning Center provides services to more than 750 children and families annually. Services include evaluation to determine eligibility, early intervention, special education, Special Classes in an Integrated Setting, Special Education Itinerant Services, Applied Behavioral Analysis, Family Center Sunday Respite and Recreation Program, Social Skills Training Groups, and Lufrano Training.
VINCENT SMITH SCHOOL
322 Port Washington Blvd., Port Washington
Vincent Smith School is Long Island’s premier prep school serving students with learning issues such as school anxiety, AD/HD, dyslexia, and auditory and language disorders in grades first-12th. VSS students travel from Long Island and Manhattan to take advantage of the school's comprehensive program. What makes VSS stand out? Differentiated, personalized instruction in small classes (5-to-1 student-teacher ratio); on-site counseling, reading, speech, and occupational therapy (OT); highly-engaged teachers passionate about their mission; emphasis on multi-sensory learning; college and vocational prep, approximately 85 percent of VSS graduates go to college.
Winston Preparatory School is a highly individualized and responsive setting for students in grades third through 12th with learning differences. Our unique model of education for the individual provides intense skill remediation while encouraging students to build independence, resilience, responsibility, self-awareness, and self-advocacy.