Special Needs - Child Development

Child Development

Center for Small Jewels

Specializes in Pediatric therapeutic feeding and swallowing, apraxia of Speech, articulation delays and disorders, pervasive developmental disorder (PDD), Language Delay and Disorder, Auditory Processing, Augmentative and Alternative Communication Systems (AAC), Neurodevelopmental Therapy (NDT) and Sensory Processing and Integration.

3 The Boulevard
Phone: (914) 632-9109 ext. 5014
CHILD of Westchester

enter of Healing for Integrative Learning and Development. Provides occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, therapeutic listening, play therapy, Mommy & Me groups, social groups, physical therapy, special education, ABA (applied behavioral analysis), parent education and parent support groups.

1075 Central Ave #409
Phone: (914) 722-6030
Dicker Reading Method

The Dicker Reading Method can teach any child to read, even children diagnosed as learning disabled, ADD, ADHD or dyslexic. Whether you child is reading below, at or above grade level, they can accomplish three to six years of reading in one year with immediate improvement in comprehension, vocabulary, grades, confidence and self-esteem. Individual tutoring for kindergarten - 12th grade. Below, at or above grade level students and a Preschool Learning Program. 35 years Certified Experience. JCC of Mid Westchester

75 Brook St.
Phone: (914) 472-0600
Early Intervention

Early intervention services are provided to help your child grow and develop, and to help you care for your child. These services include evaluation services (including hearing and vision screening); home visits; speech, physical and other therapies; child development groups; family counseling; and, sometimes, even help with transportation. These services are provided at no cost to you. From birth to 3 years old. You will be put in touch with someone to evaluate your child's development. Then, if your child is eligible, together you'll make a plan to get help.

Early Intervention Program at the Westchester County Health Department

Phone: (914) 813-5094
Rye Brook Speech & Language Center

Therapy to treat problems that impair an individual’s ability to communicate.

14 Rye Ridge Plaza
Phone: (914) 251-0647
Sociable Kidz

Sociable Kidz is a social skills group for kids from preschool (age 4) through 8th grade taught by two classroom teachers. It’s mission is to take practical daily techniques used in their classrooms and use them in the Sociable Kidz sessions. They provide hands-on activities as well as games with role playing to build and improve your child's self-esteem and self-expression.

1600 Harrison Ave. Suites 307C & D
Mamaroneck, NY 10543
Phone: (914) 502-3295
Special Program and Resource Connection (SPARC)

Non-profit agency providing social, recreational and therapeutic services for youth and adults with developmental disabilities.

3045 Gomer St.
Phone: (914) 243-0583
Where I Can Be Me

Social skills classes with art and play helps children learn social skills in a fun and exciting way. Placement is based on your child’s abilities and needs. Classes are small and are taught by board-certified experts. Find out if this program is right for your child by contacting Isa Marrs Speech Language Pathology, PC

127 Woodside Ave. Suite 201
Phone: (194) 488-5282
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