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Early Childhood, Special Education

What is Assistive Technology?

As defined in the Individuals with Disability Education Act (IDEA), the federal special education law, Assistive Technology (AT) is: “any item…

Early Childhood, Parenting, Recreation

Play-Based Therapy

Play therapy is a dynamic process that enables children to express themselves and interact with other children.

Early Childhood, Family Support

COVID Temperature Checks

Tips to help students prepare for temperatures checks at school or at the doctor’s office.

Early Childhood, Special Education

Early Childhood Programs

New York City provides a variety of affordable early childhood programs for eligible children birth to five years old.

Early Childhood, Family Support, Parenting


Redirection is a way to redirect your child’s behavior from “inappropriate to appropriate.”

Early Childhood, Family Support, Parenting

Tips for Managing Challenging Behaviors

When you encounter challenging behavior, here are dos and don’ts on how to redirect your child.

Early Childhood, Family Support, Parenting

Creating Schedules for Your Child

Learn how schedules can create consistency and structure for your child.

Early Childhood, Family Support, Special Education

Referral for First Time Requests for Preschoolers

If your preschooler may require special education programs or services, use this form letter to request an evaluation.

Early Childhood, Family Support, Parenting

Ten Tips for Creating a Social Story

Social stories are a good way to help children prepare for upcoming changes in routine, which helps ease anxiety.