INCLUDEnyc works to bring equity and access to young people with all disabilities in NYC by providing them and their families the resources and support they need.
They have an extensive list of resources for learning and school, family support, parenting and advocacy, employment, and social resources.
INCLUDEnyc has a help line with specialists that can provide in-depth, one-to-one help and referral information.
The Early Childhood Direction Center (ECDC), provides information and referral services for children with disabilities ages birth through five, as well as professional development and technical assistance for families and preschool providers to improve results for preschool students with disabilities.
The NYS Special Education Parent Centers provide parents of children with disabilities with information, resources, and strategies to:
LEICC is an advisory group by the NYC Commission of Health and Mental Hygiene. The members consist of parents of infants and toddlers with disabilities or parents of children aged three to twelve with disabilities, representatives of other city agencies, and providers of early intervention services. The LEICC meets in an open forum on a regular basis.
Little Miracles offers a center-based full day program to 3-5 year-old children with Autism or PDD (Pervasive Developmental Disorder).
Programming focuses on learning readiness skills, academics, social skills, play skills and self-help skills.
75 Skyline Drive
Staten Island NY, 10304
Home-based early intervention service for infants and toddlers (0-3 years), center-based early intervention services for infants and toddlers (0-2), and Full-day preschool (3-5 years of age).