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Social Programs for Spectrum Children

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After School Activities

snack

Jackie Ceonzo

Executive Director

316 E 53rd Street

New York, NY 10022

212-439-9996

www.snacknyc.com

 

The Meeting House

Jacklyn Covell ,  Clinical Director

(201) 745-1576 Mobile or

(917) 951-1507 Mobile

www.themeetinghouseafterschool.org

Wednesday between 3:45 and 5:00 PM. Meeting House operates out of the Parkside School which is located at 48 west 74th Street.

Philip Adikimenakis, MS, RBT

Staff & Family Resource Coordinator

 

Kidz Choice Services, Inc.

2035 Ralph Avenue - Suite A1

Brooklyn, NY 11234

Office: (718)-209-KIDZ

Fax: (718)-360-KIDZ

www.kidzchoiceservices.com

 

Mission: Kid Success

(NJ Non Profit offering scholarships to underprivileged families and students on the spectrum to various holistic treatment centers including Brain Balance)

http://www.missionkidsuccess.org/

General Activities

BOOST! Program at JCC

http://www.jccmanhattan.org/special-needs/school-age/boost/

The JCC Manhattan has great resources! Also, you can have many of these activities funded through insurance or OPWDD – you can speak with the social worker at your child's school to get more information about all of this. 

East side social (in Midtown Manhattan)

http://eastsidesocial.org/  

o   BCBA’s on staff to facilitate social groups

o   Activity based peer buddies

o   Has a rotation of activities to participate in

FLY Center NYC (uptown)

http://flycenternyc.com/   

o   Social skills group

o   His age would probably be the Robin group

Evolved Education Company - has social programs 

92Y--has gymnastics and swim

Running Group

Achilles Kids

https://www.achillesinternational.org/calendar/2016/3/12/nyc-achilles-kids

o   Running coach to build stamina and runs with them

o   Races/workouts on Saturday mornings 9:30AM to 12:30 PM runs in Central Park

o   Also has a free afterschool program

Soccer group

Super Soccer Stars

weekends and after school

http://newyork.supersoccerstars.com/manhattan-summer/   

Manhattan Behavioral Center

http://www.manhattanbehavioral.com/portfolio/enrichment-classes/--- I believe they have soccer but if not super soccer stars has various groups throughout the city  - the small class is called the “Shine” program

Martial Arts

Kicking the spectrum   

http://kickingthespectrum.com

Art Therapy Groups

Arts RX at the 14th Street Y

http://www.14streety.org/

Brooklyn Autism Center

https://www.brooklynautismcenter.org/partnerships/arts-programs

Manhattan Youth After School Program

( for select elementary and middle schools in Manhattan)

http://www.manhattanyouth.org/about/contact-us.aspx

(contact them to see if the classes are available ala carte to students going to non participating schools)

*  Provided by Autism Expert Beth Pilchik and we are grateful for Beth sharing her list with us.