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Special Needs • Teens

Funding for special needs programs is provided through generous grants from the J.E. and Z.B. Butler Foundation, Kids Club, UJA Federation, Hudson Valley DDSO and individual contributions.

 

Sunday in the Neighborhood

Ages 14-17
Sundays, October through May, 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM

October 7, 14, 28, November 4, 11, 18, December 2, 9, 16, January 6, 13, 27, February 3, 24, March 3, 10, 24, April 7, 14, 28, May 5, 19
Members: $550; Non-Members: $600
Participants must bring their own lunch.

Sunday in the Neighborhood is a social and life skills program that is geared towards teens and adults on the autism spectrum and with related developmental disabilities. Through peer relationships, social justice experiences, community service and prevocational and life skills opportunities, each participant learns the necessary skill sets that encourage them to reach their most independent potentials.

Sunday in the Neighborhood is a 2:1 staffing ratio setting. Intakes and IEP/504 is required.

 

Saturday Night Out

Ages 15 to 21
6 Saturdays, Times Vary

September 22, October 13, 27, November 3, 17, December 15
Members: $225; Non-Members: $250 plus additional fee per trip

Participants must register by September 5th, 2018.
To register, contact Tricia Gressel, Program Coordinator, at (845) 793-3363 or trishg57@aol.com

Due to staffing we will not be taking any new registrations after that date.
Intakes and IEP/504 is required.

Social program for ages 15 to 21 years. Participants will build friendships through field trip experiences such as train trip to Cold Springs, Bowlmor, Greenburgh Multiplex Movie Theatre and more. TRIPS DO NOT DEPART FROM THE JCC. Prior to the program start date the Program Coordinator will send out an email to those registered with the official schedule with information regarding each trip; times, additional fee per trip and the meet up spot for drop-off and pick-up.

Amanda Gabel

Director of Special Needs Services

(914) 366-7898 x1108

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