Early InterventionEarly Intervention provides primarily home-based services to infants and toddlers, ages birth through 2 years 11 months, who meet the criteria set forth by the New York State Department of Health.
This center-based program is designed to address the physical, pre-academic and social needs of children, ages 3-5 displaying a wide range of abilities. Related services are also available to children in other schools and community settings.
The School Age Program is a comprehensive educational and therapeutic service designed to meet the needs of students with developmental disabilities (5-21 years of age) who require specialized services outside their home school district.
The Children’s Center offers comprehensive assistive technology services.
The Children's Residential Program
The Children’s Residential Program (CRP) is innovative in that it incorporates exemplary residential and educational services to nurture the growth and development of each child.
(Mobility Opportunities via Education)
The Children’s Center, identified as a model site for MOVE®, supports the belief that functional movement is the foundation for learning and independence. Educational and therapeutic services are provided within this philosophical context.