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In New York State, we provide educational services to children with disabilities at several locations
Resources for caregivers, including for military families, are also available here.
Throughout New York State, we offer educational services to children with disabilites. See the web page for each location for more details.
Our Bronx Child Development Center provides preschool special education to close to 200 young children with disabilities. At the Bronx Child Development Center, children ages 3-5 receive Individualized Education Plans and customized speech, physical, occupational, and play therapies to ensure their continued development.
Project Discovery in Port Jervis offers a fully integrated educational program for preschoolers which includes special education services, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and counseling within an integrated educational environment for children with special needs as well as those without.
Project Explore in Valhalla focuses on Cognitive Development, Social Development and Language Development through the After School, Integrated Preschool and Inclusive Child Day Care Programs.
Project Excel in Monticello offers integrated preschool classes with “push-in services” for children ages 2.9 years to 5 years of age.
The Kessler Center in Rochester is an approved private special education (853) school offering both residential (CRP) and day placements for students with developmental disabilities.
Project Soar in Carmel offers an educational program for preschoolers which includes special education services, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy and counseling within an integrated educational environment for children with special needs as well as those without.
Our Child Development Center in Staten Island provides 3K, PreK For All and special education services for children ages 3-5 years old