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Welcome to the INCLUDEnyc Fair!

About the Fair

Over the past 40 years, the INCLUDEnyc Fair has become New York City’s largest resource fair of educational, recreational, and transition program providers for young people with disabilities from birth to age 26.

During this virtual fair, learn more about organizations and programs supporting young people with disabilities. You’ll have the opportunity to get a head start on exploring financial aid for various programs, including summer camps. Based on your preference, connect with representatives via chat, audio, or video. 

In this program, you’ll find an overview of financial assistance information, organizations in attendance, and how to reach INCLUDEnyc after the fair. If you have questions, please call our free Help Line at (212) 677-4660. 

Learn more about INCLUDEnyc and our programs

Financial Information

If your child has a documented developmental disability, contact your care manager or an Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) provider agency to see if there is any money available through family reimbursement or camp funds.

For the names of provider agencies, contact the Front Door Office at the Developmental Disabilities Regional Office (DDRO) in your borough or view the developmental disability council family support guides below:

Queens: (718) 217-6485

Brooklyn: (718) 642-8576

Manhattan: (646) 766-3220

Bronx: (718) 430-0757

Staten Island: (718) 982-1913

Families with children in self-direction can also use funding for some programs like community classes and camp. Please speak to your self-direction support broker for guidance with this process. 

During today’s fair, only representatives of each program, agency, or organization will be able to provide information and answer questions about financial assistance or scholarships.

Participating Organizations

Jump to: Day Camps Sleepaway Camps Sports Programs Arts Programs Dance/Music Programs Social Programs Health Education Supports & Services

Day Camps

92NY Camps
Tova welcomes campers with IEPs and/or other special needs. Our small camper to staff ratio (4:1) ensures that each camper receives individualized attention each day. Counselors and specialists have special education backgrounds and are committed to providing each child with a positive and rewarding summer experience. Campers swim every day and participate in sports, arts, and outdoor activities.
Locations served: Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens
(212) 415-5573
campmail@92ny.org
www.92ny.org/camps/tova

Girl Scouts of Greater New York
Girl Scouts of Greater New York builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, positioning them to become leaders in their schools, communities, and the world.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 645-4000
customercare@girlscoutsnyc.org
www.girlscoutsnyc.org

Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
The Intrepid Museum celebrates the people and technological innovations that have shaped, and continue to shape, our world. We offer regularly scheduled programs related to history and innovation for individuals with disabilities and their families, and customized programs for schools and organizations.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, NYS, Outside of NY
(646) 381-5158
access@intrepidmuseum.org
www.intrepidmuseum.org

New York Junior Tennis & Learning
The mission of New York Junior Tennis & Learning is to develop the character of young people through tennis and education for a lifetime of success on and off the court. The program is an introduction to tennis, teaching foundational skills, movement, and strokes.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(718) 247-7420
caryleedsinfo@nyjtl.org
nyjtl.org

Southampton Fresh Air Home
SFAH is a summer camp for physically challenged children and young adults. We strive to create an amazing program that is affordable to all.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, NYS, Outside of NY
(631) 283-1594
office@sfah.org
www.sfah.org

AHRC NYC Camping and Recreation
Fun, safe and wonder-filled recreation activities, which includes sleep-away summer camps, day-camps (in the Catskills and the Berkshires), after-school programs, vacation getaways, weekend respite programs and more.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 780-2500
CampandRecInquiry@ahrcnyc.org
https://camping.ahrcnyc.org

Hebrew Educational Society
Community center and social service organization that provides after school programming, weekend recreation, swim, camp and family support services for children and adults with disabilities.
Locations served: Brooklyn
(718) 241-3000 ext. 241
Disabilityservices@thehes.org
www.thehes.org

Kings Bay Y
The Kings Bay Y is committed to providing a welcoming environment for all children. Check out our Kochavim Summer Camp, Inclusion After School Classes, and our Sunday Funday Program all created to provide children with disabilities the opportunity to participate in various recreational activities while encouraging them to build solid foundations for personal growth and independence.
Locations served: Brooklyn
(718) 648-7703
kmccord@kingsbayy.org
www.kingsbayy.org

New York Transit Museum
The New York Transit Museum is located in Downtown Brooklyn in a decommissioned subway station where we share New York’s transit stories. Transit Museum Access Programs include the award-winning Subway Sleuths program as well as family, teen and group programs.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, NYS, Outside of NYS
(718) 694-1823
access@nytransitmuseum.org
www.nytransitmuseum.org

Sleepaway Camps

AHRC New York City Camping and Recreation
Fun, safe and wonder-filled recreation activities, which includes sleep-away summer camps, day-camps (in the Catskills and the Berkshires), after-school programs, vacation getaways, weekend respite programs and more.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 780-2500
campandrecinquiry@ahrcnyc.org
www.ahrcnyccamping.org

Children’s Aid – Wagon Road Camp
WRC offers a unique overnight program serving children with developmental disabilities on school holidays and weekends. This service provides short-term, temporary care that gives children the opportunity for social interaction and growth and their parents or other caregivers relief from the many demands placed on them.
Locations served: Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens
(914) 238-4761
omartinez@childrensaidnyc.org
wagonroadcamp.com

Girl Scouts of Greater New York
Girl Scouts of Greater New York builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, positioning them to become leaders in their schools, communities, and the world.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 645-4000
customercare@girlscoutsnyc.org
www.girlscoutsnyc.org

Maplebrook School
Maplebrook is recognized as one of America’s premier coed boarding schools focused on educating students of below average cognition with neurodiverse and complex learning profiles.
Locations served: Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, New York State, Outside of New York
(845) 373-9511
admissions@maplebrookschool.org
www.maplebrookschool.org

Southampton Fresh Air Home
SFAH is a summer camp for physically challenged children and young adults. We strive to create an amazing program that is affordable to all.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, NYS, Outside of New York
(631) 283-1594
office@sfah.org
www.sfah.org

Camp Lee Mar
Camp Lee Mar is a 6 ½ week, private, residential summer program for campers ages 7-21. Our programming offers a unique learning experience that combines traditional camp activities with strong academics, activities of daily living, and speech and social skills development.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(215) 658-1708
Ari@leemar.com
www.leemar.com

Common Ground Center: Camp Kaleidescope
Camp Kaleidoscope is a summer retreat for families experiencing the autism spectrum, where special activities and support services invite the whole family to let loose. The goal of Camp Kaleidoscope is very simple: to provide a relaxing summer camp experience where families affected by autism can rejuvenate, connect with other families, and create positive memories together.
Locations served: Outside of New York
(802) 453-2592
cgccampkaleidoscope@gmail.com
https://cgcvt.org/family-camps/camp-kaleidoscope/

Heartshare Human Services of New York
In addition to CPSE evaluations, we provide Day Habilitation, Support of Employment, Respite Recreation, Community Habilitation, Family Reimbursement, and Clinical Evaluation for OPWDD eligibility.
Locations served: Brooklyn, Queens
(718) 422-4200
info@heartshare.org
www.heartshare.org

Rising Treetops at Oakhurst
Rising Treetops at Oakhurst’s mission is to enhance the quality of life for children and adults with special needs, including autism and physical and intellectual disabilities, and provide respite for their families through a year-round camp experience, based in Monmouth County, NJ.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(732) 531-0215
info@risingtreetops.org
www.risingtreetops.org

YAI MAC Camping
MAC (Mainstreaming at Camp) is a recreational summer camp program where the focus is having fun in a supportive and inclusive residential camp setting. MAC is run in partnership with Frost Valley YMCA, one of the nation’s largest residential summer camps. Frost Valley YMCA and YAI are leaders in their fields and are able to bring together neurodiverse children and young adults (with and without developmental disabilities), in a way it does not happen anywhere else.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(646) 369-7492
Chloe.dunnell@yai.org
www.yai.org/camping

Sports Programs

AHRC New York City Camping and Recreation
Fun, safe and wonder-filled recreation activities, which includes sleep-away summer camps, day-camps (in the Catskills and the Berkshires), after-school programs, vacation getaways, weekend respite programs and more.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 780-2500
campandrecinquiry@ahrcnyc.org
www.ahrcnyccamping.org

Greenwich Village Little League
Little League’s Challenger Division is a separate, adaptive division of Little League to give boys and girls with physical and developmental challenges, ages 4-18 (or up to age 25 if still enrolled in high school), a chance to enjoy the game of baseball.
Locations served: Brooklyn, Manhattan
(917) 653-0998
gvll.contact@gmail.com
gvllnyc.com

New York Junior Tennis & Learning
The mission of New York Junior Tennis & Learning is to develop the character of young people through tennis and education for a lifetime of success on and off the court. The program is an introduction to tennis, teaching foundational skills, movement, and strokes.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(718) 247-7420
caryleedsinfo@nyjtl.org
nyjtl.org

Open the Lid
Open the Lid offers group and individual web based Technology, Empowerment and Movement classes to disabled people and allies of all ages, locations and labels. These classes are covered by the self direction budget under community classes.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(607) 339-8092
support@openthelid.com
www.openthelid.com

Recess
Our mission at Recess is to provide meaningful, inclusive classes for children and young adults. This includes after-school, weekend and holiday programs. Recess strives to promote an inclusive and safe community where friendships can grow and thrive.
Locations served: Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens
(646) 454-1446
info@recessues.com
www.recessues.com

Special Olympics New York
Through sports, Special Olympics New York provides inclusive opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities to discover and unleash the champion within. With more than six million athletes and Unified Sports partners and one million coaches and volunteers in over 200 accredited Programs, Special Olympics as a whole, delivers more than 30 Olympic-type sports and over 100,000 games and competitions every year.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(646) 491-6035
Lnixon@nyso.org
www.specialolympics-ny.org

Camp Lee Mar
Camp Lee Mar is a 6 ½ week, private, residential summer program for campers ages 7-21. Our programming offers a unique learning experience that combines traditional camp activities with strong academics, activities of daily living, and speech and social skills development.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(215) 658-1708
Ari@leemar.com
www.leemar.com

Kombative Edge Martial Arts
We offer martial arts programs for children and adults with IDD. Our program helps our students focus, pay attention, develop eye hand coordination, maintain fitness while learning basic self-defense.
Locations served: Queens
(516) 782-9625
sifujustin56@gmail.com
www.kombativeEdge.com

New York Road Runners
New York Road Runners offers free wheelchair racing practices and opportunities to race for youth with physical disabilities age 6 to 21 in NYC. Wheelchair racing equipment is provided and no experience is necessary to join!
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 548-7327
amoliere@nyrr.org
nyrr.org/youthwheelchair

POW! Power Of We!
Locations served: Brooklyn
(917) 648-0441
Powkids2020@gmail.com
www.powlers.org

Southampton Fresh Air Home
SFAH is a summer camp for physically challenged children and young adults. We strive to create an amazing program that is affordable to all.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(631) 283-1594
office@sfah.org
www.sfah.org

Arts Programs

AHRC New York City Camping and Recreation
Fun, safe and wonder-filled recreation activities, which includes sleep-away summer camps, day-camps (in the Catskills and the Berkshires), after-school programs, vacation getaways, weekend respite programs and more.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 780-2500
campandrecinquiry@ahrcnyc.org
www.ahrcnyccamping.org

EPIC Players
We are a professional neurodiverse theatre company. We provide accessible theatre education through residency programs with schools and host a program called EPIC Jr for students with disabilities who want to grow their skills in theatre.
Locations served: Brooklyn
(917) 310-2744
info@epicplayersnyc.org
www.epicplayersnyc.org

Intrepid Museum
The Intrepid Museum celebrates the people and technological innovations that have shaped, and continue to shape, our world. We offer regularly scheduled programs related to history and innovation for individuals with disabilities and their families, and customized programs for schools and organizations.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(646) 381-5158
access@intrepidmuseum.org
https://intrepidmuseum.org

Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan
Supportive programming for teens, adults, and their families. Located on the UWS.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(646) 505-4444
info@mmjccm.org
https://mmjccm.org/adults/special-needs-jcc

Music for Autism
Music for Autism is enhancing quality of life and raising public awareness through autism-friendly, interactive concerts developed specifically for individuals with autism and their families.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(574) 485-8409
laura@musicforautism.org
www.musicforautism.org

POW! Power Of We!
Locations served: Brooklyn
(917) 648-0441
Powkids2020@gmail.com
www.powlers.org

Sinergia Inc.
Sinergia Inc is a non-profit organization that assists the special needs community to become more self aware and aims to be the best advocates for themselves. The programs provided consist of Family support services, non-medicaid case management, housing advocacy, residential programs, non medicaid free evaluations, education advocacy, day habilitation, workshops and webinars through our metropolitan parent center, respite, autism Initiative program, amongst many more.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 643-2840
information@sinergiany.org
www.sinergiany.org

Tech Kids Unlimited
The mission of Tech Kids Unlimited (TKU) is to harness the power of technology to ignite equal futures for neurodiverse students. At TKU students who think and learn differently explore their curiosities and gain confidence through online and in-person programs, where they gain tech knowledge, learn and practice social-emotional skills and become career ready.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(601) 274-3215
info@techkidsunlimited.org
www.techkidsunlimited.org

Culikid
Culikid offers adaptive, inclusive culinary programs for neurodiverse people.
Locations served: Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens
info@culikid.org
www.culikid.org

GameU
We teach individuals of all abilities how to make their own video games & Digital Art. Skills such as coding/programming, animation, 3D modeling, creative story writing and more in a Live 1:1 online setting
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(516) 265-7555
accinfo@game-u.com
www.game-u.com

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Lincoln Center’s Passport to the Arts program connects children, teens and adults with disabilities and their families to free arts performances and workshops for all ages with the New York Philharmonic, New York City Ballet, Jazz at Lincoln Center and more.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(212) 875-5375
Access@LincolnCenter.org
LincolnCenter.org/Passport

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Discoveries is The Met’s monthly program for children, youth and adults with developmental and learning disabilities and those on the autism spectrum, together with friends and family.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(212) 650-2010
access@metmuseum.org
www.metmuseum.org/events/programs/access/visitors-with-developmental-and-learning-disabilities

New York Transit Museum
The New York Transit Museum is located in Downtown Brooklyn in a decommissioned subway station where we share New York’s transit stories. Transit Museum Access Programs include the award-winning Subway Sleuths program as well as family, teen and group programs.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(718) 694-1823
access@nytransitmuseum.org
www.nytransitmuseum.org

Recess
Our mission at Recess is to provide meaningful, inclusive classes for children and young adults. This includes after-school, weekend and holiday programs. Recess strives to promote an inclusive and safe community where friendships can grow and thrive.
Locations served: Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens
(646) 454-1446
info@recessues.com
www.recessues.com

Summertime Gallery
Summertime is an art studio and gallery in Brooklyn that champions an art world where artists with and without intellectual disabilities create and display work alongside one another. We provide weekly studio classes that allow people to expand and deepen their creative expression.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(646) 470-8243
anna@summertimegallery.org
summertimegallery.org

Uniquely Me Creative Arts
UMCA’s mission is to improve sensory processing disorder for children with special needs through sensory-focused creative arts activities, while their families engage in family chats led by experts in the special needs field.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(917) 453-3526
umcanyc@gmail.com
www.umcanyc.org

Dance/Music Programs

AHRC New York City Camping and Recreation
Fun, safe and wonder-filled recreation activities, which includes sleep-away summer camps, day-camps (in the Catskills and the Berkshires), after-school programs, vacation getaways, weekend respite programs and more.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 780-2500
campandrecinquiry@ahrcnyc.org
www.ahrcnyccamping.org

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Lincoln Center’s Passport to the Arts program connects children, teens and adults with disabilities and their families to free arts performances and workshops for all ages with the New York Philharmonic, New York City Ballet, Jazz at Lincoln Center and more.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(212) 875-5375
Access@LincolnCenter.org
LincolnCenter.org/Passport

Music for Autism
Music for Autism is enhancing quality of life and raising public awareness through autism-friendly, interactive concerts developed specifically for individuals with autism and their families.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(574) 485-8409
laura@musicforautism.org
www.musicforautism.org

Open the Lid
Open the Lid offers group and individual web based Technology, Empowerment and Movement classes to disabled people and allies of all ages, locations and labels. These classes are covered by the self direction budget under community classes.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(607) 339-8092
support@openthelid.com
www.openthelid.com

Recess
Our mission at Recess is to provide meaningful, inclusive classes for children and young adults. This includes after-school, weekend and holiday programs. Recess strives to promote an inclusive and safe community where friendships can grow and thrive.
Locations served: Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens
(646) 454-1446
info@recessues.com
www.recessues.com

EPIC Players
We are a professional neurodiverse theatre company. We provide accessible theatre education through residency programs with schools and host a program called EPIC Jr for students with disabilities who want to grow their skills in theatre.
Locations served: Brooklyn
(917) 310-2744
info@epicplayersnyc.org
www.epicplayersnyc.org

Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan
Supportive programming for teens, adults, and their families. Located on the UWS.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(646) 505-4444
info@mmjccm.org
https://mmjccm.org/adults/special-needs-jcc

NeuroMotif Music Therapy, LLC
NeuroMotif is a Neurodiversity-Affirming practice offering music therapy and adaptive music lessons to individuals of all abilities. We provide 1:1 services at our studio as well as group programming at schools, daycares, and playspaces throughout Brooklyn.
Locations served: Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens
(646) 820-7830
info@neuromotif.com
www.neuromotif.com

POW! Power Of We!
Locations served: Brooklyn
(917) 648-0441
Powkids2020@gmail.com
www.powlers.org

Uniquely Me Creative Arts
UMCA’s mission is to improve sensory processing disorder for children with special needs through sensory-focused creative arts activities, while their families engage in family chats led by experts in the special needs field.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(917) 453-3526
umcanyc@gmail.com
www.umcanyc.org

Social Programs

AHRC New York City Camping and Recreation
Fun, safe and wonder-filled recreation activities, which includes sleep-away summer camps, day-camps (in the Catskills and the Berkshires), after-school programs, vacation getaways, weekend respite programs and more.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 780-2500
campandrecinquiry@ahrcnyc.org
www.ahrcnyccamping.org

Brooklyn Public Library, Inclusive Services
Inclusive Services at BPL provides unique programs for children and teens with and without disabilities.
Locations served: Brooklyn
(718) 253-4948
InclusiveServicesEvents@Bklynlibrary.org
www.bklynlibrary.org/inclusive-services

Day Care Council of NY
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 206-7818
rfelipe@dccnyinc.org
www.dccnyinc.org

Goodwill NYNJ
Job Readiness/Day Hab programs for people with disabilities.
Locations served: Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens
(646) 342-6731
JasonRamirez@goodwillny.org
Goodwillnynj.org

Kindred Bakery BK
Baking and Pastry Arts skills for home and beyond.
Locations served: Brooklyn
(201) 697-1862
info@kindredbakery.org
www.kindredbakerybk.org

Lighthouse Guild
Lighthouse Guild provides exceptional services that inspire people who are visually impaired to attain their goals, offering coordinated care for eye health, vision rehabilitation, technology, and behavioral health as well as related services.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(800) 284-4422
info@lighthouseguild.org
www.lighthouseguild.org

Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan
Supportive programming for teens, adults, and their families. Located on the UWS.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(646) 505-4444
info@mmjccm.org
https://mmjccm.org/adults/special-needs-jcc

New York Transit Museum
The New York Transit Museum is located in Downtown Brooklyn in a decommissioned subway station where we share New York’s transit stories. Transit Museum Access Programs include the award-winning Subway Sleuths program as well as family, teen and group programs.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, NYS, Outside of New York
(718) 694-1823
access@nytransitmuseum.org
www.nytransitmuseum.org

PlayGroup NYC
PlayGroup provides social skills groups for children 2-10 years old.
Locations served: Brooklyn, Manhattan
(646) 281-6429
joinplaygroup@gmail.com
www.joinplaygroupnyc.com

Tech Kids Unlimited
The mission of Tech Kids Unlimited (TKU) is to harness the power of technology to ignite equal futures for neurodiverse students. At TKU students who think and learn differently explore their curiosities and gain confidence through online and in-person programs, where they gain tech knowledge, learn and practice social-emotional skills and become career ready.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, NYS, Outside of New York
(601) 274-3215
info@techkidsunlimited.org
www.techkidsunlimited.org

Best Buddies
At Best Buddies we promote the social inclusion for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We are going to be speaking about our Jobs and Transitions programs.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 220-8553
Newyork@bestbuddies.org
www.bestbuddies.org

Culikid
Culikid offers adaptive, inclusive culinary programs for neurodiverse people.
Locations served: Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens
info@culikid.org
www.culikid.org

Girl Scouts of Greater New York
Girl Scouts of Greater New York builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, positioning them to become leaders in their schools, communities, and the world.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 645-4000
customercare@girlscoutsnyc.org
www.girlscoutsnyc.org

Hebrew Educational Society
Community center and social service organization that provides after school programming, weekend recreation, swim, camp and family support services for children and adults with disabilities.
Locations served: Brooklyn
(718) 241-3000 ext. 241
DisabilityServices@thehes.org
www.thehes.org

Kings Bay Y
The Kings Bay Y is committed to providing a welcoming environment for all children. Check out our Kochavim Summer Camp, Inclusion After School Classes, and our Sunday Funday Program all created to provide children with disabilities the opportunity to participate in various recreational activities while encouraging them to build solid foundations for personal growth and independence.
Locations served: Brooklyn
(718) 648-7703
kmccord@kingsbayy.org
www.kingsbayy.org

Maplebrook School
Maplebrook is recognized as one of America’s premier coed boarding schools focused on educating students of below average cognition with neurodiverse and complex learning profiles.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(845) 373-9511
admissions@maplebrookschool.org
www.maplebrookschool.org

NeuroMotif Music Therapy, LLC
NeuroMotif is a Neurodiversity-Affirming practice offering music therapy and adaptive music lessons to individuals of all abilities. We provide 1:1 services at our studio as well as group programming at schools, daycares, and playspaces throughout Brooklyn.
Locations served: Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens
(646) 820-7830
info@neuromotif.com
www.neuromotif.com

Open the Lid
Open the Lid offers group and individual web based Technology, Empowerment and Movement classes to disabled people and allies of all ages, locations and labels. These classes are covered by the self direction budget under community classes.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(607) 339-8092
support@openthelid.com
www.openthelid.com

POW! Power Of We!
Locations served: Brooklyn
(917) 648-0441
Powkids2020@gmail.com
www.powlers.org

Uniquely Me Creative Arts
UMCA’s mission is to improve sensory processing disorder for children with special needs through sensory-focused creative arts activities, while their families engage in family chats led by experts in the special needs field.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(917) 453-3526
umcanyc@gmail.com
www.umcanyc.org

Health

ADAPT Community Network
ADAPT Community Network provides comprehensive services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities aged 3 years and up in the five boroughs.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(877) 827-2666
projectconnect@adaptcommunitynetwork.org
www.adaptcommunitynetwork.org

Kindred Bakery BK
Baking and Pastry Arts skills for home and beyond.
Locations served: Brooklyn
(201) 697-1862
info@kindredbakery.org
www.kindredbakerybk.org

Pariva Health
Pariva Health offers a comprehensive Family Support Program (FSP) for families of children with developmental delays, learning disorders and other behavioral or emotional concerns. Our innovative FSP offers individualized, play-based therapy for skill development and family engagement using customized Therapeutic Developmental LEGO Play Kits, integrating a whole-family care approach to support the entire family.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(857) 557-6146
contact@parivahealth.com
www.parivahealth.com

STEPS2 Health Education at CUNY School of Public Health
STEPS2 offers free health education classes over Zoom for young adults with I/DD aged 16-27 as part of a research study. The classes are either about exercise, healthy eating and stress management or about decision-making, sexual health and healthy relationships.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State
(914) 365-8959
steps2@sph.cuny.edu
https://cunyisph.org/steps2-study

Uniquely Me Creative Arts
UMCA’s mission is to improve sensory processing disorder for children with special needs through sensory-focused creative arts activities, while their families engage in family chats led by experts in the special needs field.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(917) 453-3526
umcanyc@gmail.com
www.umcanyc.org

AHRC New York City Camping and Recreation
Fun, safe and wonder-filled recreation activities, which includes sleep-away summer camps, day-camps (in the Catskills and the Berkshires), after-school programs, vacation getaways, weekend respite programs and more.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 780-2500
campandrecinquiry@ahrcnyc.org
www.ahrcnyccamping.org

NYC DOHMH – Poison Center
The NYC Poison Center is an emergency telephone hotline staffed by registered pharmacists and nurses who are certified in poison information to respond to both intentional and unintentional exposures by providing callers information on patient treatment, poison prevention and educational programs.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(212) 764-7667
nycpcc@health.nyc.gov
www1.nyc.gov/site/doh/health/health-topics/poison-control.page

Special Olympics New York
Through sports, Special Olympics New York provides inclusive opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities to discover and unleash the champion within. With more than six million athletes and Unified Sports partners and one million coaches and volunteers in over 200 accredited Programs, Special Olympics as a whole, delivers more than 30 Olympic-type sports and over 100,000 games and competitions every year.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(646) 491-6035
Lnixon@nyso.org
www.specialolympics-ny.org

Tri County Care
Tri County Care is a CCO (Care Coordination Organization) which services ID/DD individuals under OPWDD (Office of People with Developmental Disabilities).
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State
(844) 504-8400
info@Tricountycare.org
TricountyCare.org

Education

ACCES-VR
Adult Career and Continuing Education Services-Vocational Rehabilitation (ACCES-VR) starts with the presumption that all individuals with disabilities can benefit from vocational rehabilitation services and should have opportunities to work in jobs integrated within their communities. Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors guide individuals through service programs they need to reach their employment goal. ACCES-VR assists individuals with disabilities to achieve and maintain employment and to support independent living through training, education, rehabilitation, and career development.
Locations served: New York State
(718) 931-3500
accesvrapplications@nysed.gov
www.acces.nysed.gov/vr

ADAPT Community Network
ADAPT Community Network provides comprehensive services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities aged 3 years and up in the five boroughs.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(877) 827-2666
projectconnect@adaptcommunitynetwork.org
www.adaptcommunitynetwork.org

American Dream Charter School
The American Dream Charter School develops academic excellence in both Spanish and English for grades 6-12, preparing students to excel in college and become leaders in their communities.
Locations served: Bronx
(718) 585-3071
info@theamericandreamschool.org
www.theamericandreamschool.org

Best Buddies
At Best Buddies we promote the social inclusion for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We are going to be speaking about our Jobs and Transitions programs.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 220-8553
Newyork@bestbuddies.org
www.bestbuddies.org

Citywide Council for District 75
The Citywide Council for District 75 is comprised of parents with children attending District 75 schools and programs. We are officially elected advocates who are passionately committed to serving the students and parents of our district by addressing their issues and needs. We promote transparency as well as evoke and engage in conversation and action on education, instruction, inclusion, transition, transportation, employment, and related therapy and services. We foster individual independence, and opportunities and emphasize dignity and respect for all children. ​ ​
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 802-1540
d75council@schools.nyc.gov
www.ccd75.org

EPIC Players
We are a professional neurodiverse theatre company. We provide accessible theatre education through residency programs with schools and host a program called EPIC Jr for students with disabilities who want to grow their skills in theatre.
Locations served: Brooklyn
(917) 310-2744
info@epicplayersnyc.org
www.epicplayersnyc.org

Hebrew Educational Society
Community center and social service organization that provides after school programming, weekend recreation, swim, camp and family support services for children and adults with disabilities.
Locations served: Brooklyn
(718) 241-3000 ext. 241
DisabilityServices@thehes.org
www.thehes.org

Kindred Bakery BK
Baking and Pastry Arts skills for home and beyond.
Locations served: Brooklyn
(201) 697-1862
info@kindredbakery.org
www.kindredbakerybk.org

Maplebrook School
Maplebrook is recognized as one of America’s premier coed boarding schools focused on educating students of below average cognition with neurodiverse and complex learning profiles.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(845) 373-9511
admissions@maplebrookschool.org
www.maplebrookschool.org

The NYC Collaborative for Inclusive Education (New York City Charter School Center) – Booth 1 – Children’s Aid College Preparatory Charter School and New Dawn Charter School
Charter schools serve students with disabilities! Come learn about charter schools as an option for your student today.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 437-8300
kalmonte@nyccharterschools.org
nycsped.org

NYC Emergency Management
As a member of the NYCEM team, we focus on empowering young people with disabilities through our programs that foster emergency preparedness and resilience.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 639-9675
readyny@oem.nyc.gov
www.nyc.gov/site/em/index.page

NYC Public Schools
We oversee teams within the Special Education in NYC Public Schools.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(718) 935-2007 or 311
SpecialEducation@schools.nyc.gov
schools.nyc.gov/learning/special-education

New York Junior Tennis & Learning
The mission of New York Junior Tennis & Learning is to develop the character of young people through tennis and education for a lifetime of success on and off the court. The program is an introduction to tennis, teaching foundational skills, movement, and strokes.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(718) 247-7420
caryleedsinfo@nyjtl.org
nyjtl.org

Parents to Improve School Transportation
PIST NYC advises families on school bus rights and issues, while seeking systemwide changes through a School Bus Bill of Rights.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(631) 743-6296
pistnyc@gmail.com
www.pistnyc.org

STEPS2 Health Education at CUNY School of Public Health
STEPS2 offers free health education classes over Zoom for young adults with I/DD aged 16-27 as part of a research study. The classes are either about exercise, healthy eating and stress management or about decision-making, sexual health and healthy relationships.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State
(914) 365-8959
steps2@sph.cuny.edu
https://cunyisph.org/steps2-study

Tech Kids Unlimited
The mission of Tech Kids Unlimited (TKU) is to harness the power of technology to ignite equal futures for neurodiverse students. At TKU students who think and learn differently explore their curiosities and gain confidence through online and in-person programs, where they gain tech knowledge, learn and practice social-emotional skills and become career ready.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(601) 274-3215
info@techkidsunlimited.org
www.techkidsunlimited.org

Achievement First Public Charter Schools
Achievement First Public Charter Schools offer a wide range of support services in our k-12 schools. For students with IEPs we provide services both through co-teaching settings as well as small group. We also offer OT, ST, and PT based on the needs of the IEP. Our teachers, both special educator and general education teachers, plan individual accommodations to support students navigate our rigorous curriculum. Additionally, we offer daily intervention programs in both ELA and Math to address skill gaps for students who require additional instruction.
Locations served: Brooklyn, Queens
(718) 265-1437
admissionsnyc@achievementfirst.org
www.achievementfirst.org/schools/new-york

AHRC New York City Camping and Recreation
Fun, safe and wonder-filled recreation activities, which includes sleep-away summer camps, day-camps (in the Catskills and the Berkshires), after-school programs, vacation getaways, weekend respite programs and more.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 780-2500
campandrecinquiry@ahrcnyc.org
www.ahrcnyccamping.org

Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library
The Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library provides free accessible reading material and library services to patrons living in New York City and Long Island who are blind, have low vision, or are otherwise unable to read standard print.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
212-206-5400
talkingbooks@nypl.org
https://talkingbooks.nypl.org

Camp Lee Mar
Camp Lee Mar is a 6 ½ week, private, residential summer program for campers ages 7-21. Our programming offers a unique learning experience that combines traditional camp activities with strong academics, activities of daily living, and speech and social skills development.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(215) 658-1708
Ari@leemar.com
www.leemar.com

Day Care Council of NY
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 206-7818
rfelipe@dccnyinc.org
www.dccnyinc.org

GameU
We teach individuals of all abilities how to make their own video games & Digital Art. Skills such as coding/programming, animation, 3D modeling, creative story writing and more in a Live 1:1 online setting
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(516) 265-7555
accinfo@game-u.com
www.game-u.com

Intrepid Museum
The Intrepid Museum celebrates the people and technological innovations that have shaped, and continue to shape, our world. We offer regularly scheduled programs related to history and innovation for individuals with disabilities and their families, and customized programs for schools and organizations.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(646) 381-5158
access@intrepidmuseum.org
https://intrepidmuseum.org

Lighthouse Guild
Lighthouse Guild provides exceptional services that inspire people who are visually impaired to attain their goals, offering coordinated care for eye health, vision rehabilitation, technology, and behavioral health as well as related services.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(800) 284-4422
info@lighthouseguild.org
www.lighthouseguild.org

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Discoveries is The Met’s monthly program for children, youth and adults with developmental and learning disabilities and those on the autism spectrum, together with friends and family.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(212) 650-2010
access@metmuseum.org
www.metmuseum.org/events/programs/access/visitors-with-developmental-and-learning-disabilities

The NYC Collaborative for Inclusive Education (New York City Charter School Center) – Booth 2 – Bedford Stuyvesant New Beginnings Charter School and Explore Empower Charter School
Charter schools serve students with disabilities! Come learn about charter schools as an option for your student today.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 437-8300
kalmonte@nyccharterschools.org
nycsped.org

NYC FAIR (Family Advocacy and Information Resource)
Dedicated to creating a network of informed and empowered family members, individuals, and friends to be effective advocates for the ID/DD community.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
info@nycfair.org
nycfair.org

NYC Public Schools – Transition and College Access Centers (TCAC)
The Transition and College Access Centers (TCACs) support students with IEPs and their families through the transition from school to adult life. TCACs offer trainings, workshops and opportunities that provide the tools needed to plan for adult life. Contact the center in your borough or visit them for help.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(917) 275-4647
nyctcacs@schools.nyc.gov
www.schools.nyc.gov/learning/special-education

Open the Lid
Open the Lid offers group and individual web based Technology, Empowerment and Movement classes to disabled people and allies of all ages, locations and labels. These classes are covered by the self direction budget under community classes.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(607) 339-8092
support@openthelid.com
www.openthelid.com

Sinergia Inc.
Sinergia Inc is a non-profit organization that assists the special needs community to become more self aware and aims to be the best advocates for themselves. The programs provided consist of Family support services, non-medicaid case management, housing advocacy, residential programs, non medicaid free evaluations, education advocacy, day habilitation, workshops and webinars through our metropolitan parent center, respite, autism Initiative program, amongst many more.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 643-2840
information@sinergiany.org
www.sinergiany.org

Uniquely Me Creative Arts
UMCA’s mission is to improve sensory processing disorder for children with special needs through sensory-focused creative arts activities, while their families engage in family chats led by experts in the special needs field.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(917) 453-3526
umcanyc@gmail.com
www.umcanyc.org

Supports & Services

Accessible Dispatch
The Accessible Dispatch Program provides residents and visitors with disabilities greater access to yellow and green wheelchair accessible taxis. The program provides service in all five boroughs and the rider just pays the metered fare.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(646) 599-9999
accessibledispatch@mtm-inc.net
accessibledispatch.com

Advocates for Children of NY, Inc.
Advocates for Children of New York helps families navigate the NYC school system through free helpline, workshops, and clinics as well as representation on school related matters, especially special education, school access, or school discipline.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 947-9779
info@advocatesforchildren.org
www.advocatesforchildren.org

All in 1 SPOT with Theratalk
Providing speech therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy and evaluations to children.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(718) 767-0071
theratalk@allin1spot.net
www.spotwiththeratalk.com

Best Buddies
At Best Buddies we promote the social inclusion for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We are going to be speaking about our Jobs and Transitions programs.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 220-8553
Newyork@bestbuddies.org
www.bestbuddies.org

Care Design NY
Provider of Care Management under OPWDD.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State
(518) 580-3642
pcoleman@caredesignny.org
www.caredesignny.org

Citywide Council for District 75
The Citywide Council for District 75 is comprised of parents with children attending District 75 schools and programs. We are officially elected advocates who are passionately committed to serving the students and parents of our district by addressing their issues and needs. We promote transparency as well as evoke and engage in conversation and action on education, instruction, inclusion, transition, transportation, employment, and related therapy and services. We foster individual independence, and opportunities and emphasize dignity and respect for all children. ​ ​
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 802-1540
d75council@schools.nyc.gov
www.ccd75.org

Disability Rights New York (DRNY)
DRNY provides free legal and advocacy services to individuals with disabilities. We work tirelessly to protect and advance the rights of children and adults with disabilities. DRNY is committed to enabling those we serve to exercise their own life choices and fully participate in community life.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State
(518) 432-7861; (800) 993-8982
intake@drny.org
www.drny.org

Goodwill NYNJ
Job Readiness/Day Hab programs for people with disabilities.
Locations served: Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens
(646) 342-6731
JasonRamirez@goodwillny.org
Goodwillnynj.org

Hebrew Educational Society
Community center and social service organization that provides after school programming, weekend recreation, swim, camp and family support services for children and adults with disabilities.
Locations served: Brooklyn
(718) 241-3000 ext. 241
DisabilityServices@thehes.org
www.thehes.org

Jewel Human Services, Inc
Jewel Human Services is a non-profit agency that provides the following services to our Intellectual Disability population; Day Hab, Comm Hab, Comm Prevoc, and Respite. We tailor our services to meet the desires, preferences, and needs of our participants.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(347) 741-8495
info@jewelhumanservices.org
www.jewelhumanservices.org

Manhattan DD Council
We are an official advisory body to the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, to the New York State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities, and the Manhattan Developmental Disabilities Services Office. We meet monthly to assess and identify needs of the Manhattan Community. We address all areas of concern in relation to existing services and needed services for people with I/DD and their families.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State
manhattanddcouncil@gmail.com
www.manhattanddcouncil.org

Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan
Supportive programming for teens, adults, and their families. Located on the UWS.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(646) 505-4444
info@mmjccm.org
https://mmjccm.org/adults/special-needs-jcc

Open the Lid
Open the Lid offers group and individual web based Technology, Empowerment and Movement classes to disabled people and allies of all ages, locations and labels. These classes are covered by the self direction budget under community classes.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(607) 339-8092
support@openthelid.com
www.openthelid.com

Pariva Health
Pariva Health offers a comprehensive Family Support Program (FSP) for families of children with developmental delays, learning disorders and other behavioral or emotional concerns. Our innovative FSP offers individualized, play-based therapy for skill development and family engagement using customized Therapeutic Developmental LEGO Play Kits, integrating a whole-family care approach to support the entire family.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(857) 557-6146
contact@parivahealth.com
www.parivahealth.com

START HERE
A website for parents of children with disabilities
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
starthereparentsmail@gmail.com
starthereparents.org

Summertime Gallery
Summertime is an art studio and gallery in Brooklyn that champions an art world where artists with and without intellectual disabilities create and display work alongside one another. We provide weekly studio classes that allow people to expand and deepen their creative expression.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(646) 470-8243
anna@summertimegallery.org
summertimegallery.org

Tri County Care
Tri County Care is a CCO (Care Coordination Organization) which services ID/DD individuals under OPWDD (Office of People with Developmental Disabilities).
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State
(844) 504-8400
info@Tricountycare.org
TricountyCare.org

ADAPT Community Network
ADAPT Community Network provides comprehensive services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities aged 3 years and up in the five boroughs.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(877) 827-2666
projectconnect@adaptcommunitynetwork.org
www.adaptcommunitynetwork.org

AHRC New York City Camping and Recreation
Fun, safe and wonder-filled recreation activities, which includes sleep-away summer camps, day-camps (in the Catskills and the Berkshires), after-school programs, vacation getaways, weekend respite programs and more.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 780-2500
campandrecinquiry@ahrcnyc.org
www.ahrcnyccamping.org

Arkontaky Law Group, PC
The Arkontaky Law Group zealously advocates for students with special education needs and families interested in planning for loved ones with disabilities.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State
(914) 460-7880
aford@arkontakylaw.com
www.arkontakylawgroup.com

Brooklyn Public Library, Inclusive Services
Inclusive Services at BPL provides unique programs for children and teens with and without disabilities.
Locations served: Brooklyn
(718) 253-4948
InclusiveServicesEvents@Bklynlibrary.org
www.bklynlibrary.org/inclusive-services

CIDNY/NYConnects
Assist people with disabilities to find services, resources and benefits.
Locations served: Manhattan
(212) 674-2300
info@cidny.org
www.cidny.org

Day Care Council of NY
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 206-7818
rfelipe@dccnyinc.org
www.dccnyinc.org

GameU
We teach individuals of all abilities how to make their own video games & Digital Art. Skills such as coding/programming, animation, 3D modeling, creative story writing and more in a Live 1:1 online setting
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(516) 265-7555
accinfo@game-u.com
www.game-u.com

Heartshare Human Services of New York
In addition to CPSE evaluations, we provide Day Habilitation, Support of Employment, Respite Recreation, Community Habilitation, Family Reimbursement, and Clinical Evaluation for OPWDD eligibility.
Locations served: Brooklyn, Queens
(718) 422-4200
info@heartshare.org
www.heartshare.org

INCLUDEnyc
INCLUDEnyc empowers families of children and youth with disabilities with the knowledge, confidence, and skills to make informed decisions, effectively access and navigate systems and services, and advocate for themselves and other young people with disabilities and their families. 
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 677-4660
info@includenyc.org
www.INCLUDEnyc.org

Lighthouse Guild
Lighthouse Guild provides exceptional services that inspire people who are visually impaired to attain their goals, offering coordinated care for eye health, vision rehabilitation, technology, and behavioral health as well as related services.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(800) 284-4422
info@lighthouseguild.org
www.lighthouseguild.org

Maplebrook School
Maplebrook is recognized as one of America’s premier coed boarding schools focused on educating students of below average cognition with neurodiverse and complex learning profiles.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(845) 373-9511
admissions@maplebrookschool.org
www.maplebrookschool.org

NeuroMotif Music Therapy, LLC
NeuroMotif is a Neurodiversity-Affirming practice offering music therapy and adaptive music lessons to individuals of all abilities. We provide 1:1 services at our studio as well as group programming at schools, daycares, and playspaces throughout Brooklyn.
Locations served: Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens
(646) 820-7830
info@neuromotif.com
www.neuromotif.com

NYC Public Schools – Transition and College Access Centers (TCAC)
The Transition and College Access Centers (TCACs) support students with IEPs and their families through the transition from school to adult life. TCACs offer trainings, workshops and opportunities that provide the tools needed to plan for adult life. Contact the center in your borough or visit them for help.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(917) 275-4647
nyctcacs@schools.nyc.gov
www.schools.nyc.gov/learning/special-education

Parents to Improve School Transportation
PIST NYC advises families on school bus rights and issues, while seeking systemwide changes through a School Bus Bill of Rights.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(631) 743-6296
pistnyc@gmail.com
www.pistnyc.org

Sinergia Inc.
Sinergia Inc is a non-profit organization that assists the special needs community to become more self aware and aims to be the best advocates for themselves. The programs provided consist of Family support services, non-medicaid case management, housing advocacy, residential programs, non medicaid free evaluations, education advocacy, day habilitation, workshops and webinars through our metropolitan parent center, respite, autism Initiative program, amongst many more.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs
(212) 643-2840
information@sinergiany.org
www.sinergiany.org

STEPS2 Health Education at CUNY School of Public Health
STEPS2 offers free health education classes over Zoom for young adults with I/DD aged 16-27 as part of a research study. The classes are either about exercise, healthy eating and stress management or about decision-making, sexual health and healthy relationships.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State
(914) 365-8959
steps2@sph.cuny.edu
https://cunyisph.org/steps2-study

The Time To Plan Is Now
At The Time To Plan Is Now, we provide valuable financial planning expertise to families who have loved ones with disabilities. Because of our passion, experience, and training, we are able to provide a truly understanding yet comprehensive approach to financial planning that takes into account all members of the family and the unique circumstances of each one.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(917) 374-6137
zeke_zimmerman@cfsllc.com
www.thetimetoplanisnow.com/special-needs-resources

Uniquely Me Creative Arts
UMCA’s mission is to improve sensory processing disorder for children with special needs through sensory-focused creative arts activities, while their families engage in family chats led by experts in the special needs field.
Locations served: All 5 boroughs, New York State, Outside of New York
(917) 453-3526
umcanyc@gmail.com
www.umcanyc.org

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