Developmental Disabilities

Autism spectrum disorders; metabolic and degenerative disorders, More

AHRC NYC
Add To Favorites In PHR
Aims absorbing and worthwhile as possible, with an emphasis on helping clients live up to their maximum potential in the community.

ARC: New York State
Add To Favorites In PHR
Assists persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities in every manner possible, including education, training, rehabilitation, recreation and guardianship. Works to foster and conduct study and research of the problems, causes and treatment of intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Aspire of Western New York
Add To Favorites In PHR
Serves individuals with developmental disabilities which include conditions causing mental or physical limitations and occur before the age of 22. Aspire also provides services and support to persons who are challenged physically and cognitively as a result of traumatic brain injuries, strokes, hearing and visual impairment, as well as other disabling conditions.

Autism Society of America - New York Chapters
Add To Favorites In PHR
Promotes lifelong access and opportunity for all individuals within the autism spectrum, and their families, to be fully participating, included members of their community. Education, advocacy at state and federal levels, active public awareness and the promotion of research form the cornerstones of ASA's efforts to carry forth its mission.

Camp Venture, Inc.
Add To Favorites In PHR
Provides services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Services include a summer camp, assistance for families, after-school recreation and adult residential and day programs.

Center for Autism and Related Disabilities: Albany SUNY
Add To Favorites In PHR
A community-based program that provides program development, training, and support for individuals, families, professionals and peers of people with autism and related disabilities.

Info for Consumers - Disability and Health in New York State
Add To Favorites In PHR
Provides information including supportive online brochures and notices of upcoming events relevant to the disabled. Provided by the NY State Department of Health.

Learning Disabilities Association of Central New York, Inc.
Add To Favorites In PHR
Provides educational consultation, information and support to adults, recreation programs, referral to experts and access to a library and audio-visual resources for those with learning disabilities in Central New York.

New York Institute for Special Education
Add To Favorites In PHR
A private, nonprofit, nonsectarian educational facility which provides quality programs for children who are blind or visually disabled, emotionally and learning disabled and preschoolers who are developmentally delayed.

New York State Association of Community & Residential Agencies
Add To Favorites In PHR
A grassroots organization comprised of 200 voluntary agencies which provide services to people with developmental disabilities. NYSACRA acts as a resource to provide services, advocacy, information, technical assistance, education and collaboration and networking experiences to its members.

New York State Industries for the Disabled
Add To Favorites In PHR
Helps find employment opportunities for New Yorkers with disabilities.

New York State Institute on Disability
Add To Favorites In PHR
A non -governmental, not-for-profit and tax-exempt disability "incubator" that develops projects in conjunction with independent living centers and other organizations throughout the State of New York.

New York University Child Study Center
Add To Favorites In PHR
The Center offers expert psychiatric and psychological services for children and their families, with emphasis on early diagnosis and intervention. Our vision is to be the premier source of child mental health information, improve and influence the practice of child mental health professionals, and in doing so, change the face of child mental health.

Office For People With Developmental Disabilities - New York State
Add To Favorites In PHR
Coordinates and provides services for people with developmental disabilities and their families and conducts research into the causes and prevention of developmental disabilities.

Parent to Parent of New York
Add To Favorites In PHR
Connects and supports families of individuals with special needs. This website serves as a representative sample of how the organization can help a parent of an individual with a disability or special health care need.

Promise - United Cerebral Palsy & Handicapped Persons Assoc. of the Utica Area
Add To Favorites In PHR
Addresses, and works to correct, severe deficits in emotional and language development, behavior control and learning skills of selected preschool children, ages two through five. It is intended to replicate successful models and initiatives offered in other parts of the country which use an Applied Behavior Analysis (or ABA) treatment protocol.

Referral and Information Service - NY State Society for Clinical Social Work, Inc.
Add To Favorites In PHR
Provides telephone and email crisis counseling, information about mental illness problems and referrals to professional counselors and licensed therapists.

Special Education Resources: New York Professionals
Add To Favorites In PHR
A NY State directory provided by the Internet Special Education Resources Web site. Includes pointers to expertise in Learning Disabilities Assessment, Educational Alternatives, Learning Centers, Therapy, Advocacy, and Non-profit Resource Centers.

Strong Center for Developmental Disabilities
Add To Favorites In PHR
Provides interdisciplinary diagnostic and treatment services to children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families from the western New York region. Clinical services focus on intellectual and developmental disabilities, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and other complex developmental disabilities. A program of the University of Rochester Medical Center/Golisano Children's Hospital.

Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities (VESID)
Add To Favorites In PHR
Provides vocational rehabilitation, services to disabled children, and independent living services to the physically and mentally disabled of New York State.

Wildwood Programs
Add To Favorites In PHR
Works collaboratively with families and community to empower and enable children and adults with neurologically- based learning disabilities, autism, and other developmental disorders to lead independent, productive and fulfilling lives.

Workers With Disabilities Programs
Add To Favorites In PHR
Questions and Answers for disabled workers about Obtaining State Employment through Sections 55-b (Non-Veterans) and 55-c (Wartime Veterans) of the Civil Service Law. Provided by the NY State Department of Civil Service.

 
Processing...


Driving Walking/Biking Public Transit  Get Directions