List of Social Programs for Spectrum Children *
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Autism After School And Social Services Programs
New York, NY 10022
The Meeting House
Jacklyn Covell , Clinical Director
(201) 745-1576 Mobile or
(917) 951-1507 Mobile
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.
Mission: Kid Success
(NJ Non Profit offering scholarships to underprivileged families and students on the spectrum to various holistic treatment centers including Brain Balance)
Proud Moments (Proud Sponsor of the NYC Autism Community)
The Proud Moments ABA family is committed to providing support, education, and continued advancement for our professional team. They provide at home after school sessions.
1449 37th Street,
Brooklyn, New York 11218
BOOST! Program at JCC
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)
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)
o Social skills group
o His age would probably be the Robin group
Evolved Education Company – has social programs
92Y–has gymnastics and swim
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
Super Soccer Stars – weekends and after school
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
Kicking the spectrum
Art Therapy Groups
Arts RX at the 14th Street Y http://www.14streety.org/
Brooklyn Autism Center
Manhattan Youth After School Program ( for select elementary and middle schools in Manhattan)
(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.