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Our Programs

From our Help Line and workshops to hundreds of resources, we’re here to inform, answer questions, and support you!

Parent and Family Engagement

Our Help Line delivers personalized direct assistance to parents, caregivers, and professionals in English and Spanish, with interpretation available in other languages, on a variety of disability-related topics. Fill out a Help Line Form.

Our Community Support offers in-depth one-to-one sessions with educators in neighborhoods throughout New York City. View our calendar for our next Community Support session.

Our workshops instruct parents, caregivers, professionals, and young adults on topics that cover early childhood, school-age, and transition-age issues. Individuals may attend in person or learn remotely through interactive live streams with experts in the disability community. Register for an upcoming workshop now.

Our multilingual resources provide crucial, up-to-date tools and materials with constantly evolving information and guidance from a wide variety of sources. Access resource library. Our Navigator, Navegador, and ACCESS email newsletters provide families and professionals with disability-related news, information, and events.

Youth and Transition Services

Our Project Possibility program brings intensive, direct support to help young people achieve education, employment, and community involvement goals. With the help of youth educators, young people create a tailored postsecondary action plan that can lead to a career and greater economic self-sufficiency. Bridges is an experiential learning component of the program that builds life skills essential for college, the workforce, and independent living. Refer a young person today

Our High School Launch program works in schools with youth at great risk of poor academic and employment prospects. Students with IEPs learn how to understand their disability, advocate for themselves, and seek the support they need to be successful in school. Partner with us.

Career Launch provides training  and technical assistance to support professionals in workforce development, vocational training and young adult education programs,  to better serve young people with disabilities. Sign up for our next workshop series.

Community Events

Connect with the INCLUDEnyc community and gain valuable resources at our next event.

INCLUDEnyc Fair is the city’s largest resource fair of educational, recreational, and service program providers for young people with disabilities. At this one-stop shop event, families can meet with representatives from nearly 100 organizations on a single day. Typically in January.

Outdoors for Autism is an engaging afternoon of fun and interaction for children on the autism spectrum. This event brings families together to experience sensory-friendly recreational activities in a supportive, welcoming environment. Typically in June. 

Disability Symposium is an annual panel on a topic of particular interest to the disability community. Experts share their knowledge and engage in conversation with parents, young adults, and professionals.

College Is Possible helps college-bound young adults with disabilities learn about the college admissions process. Young adults hear from college representatives and service providers, as well as student advocates. Typically in October.