Richmond Community Services, in partnership with all members of the community, supports children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families, to achieve the highest quality of life through individualized services, life-enhancing strategies, education, and advocacy, with particular expertise in meeting the needs of those with complex health issues.
A residential school providing a comprehensive program for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and medically fragile children. A wide range of services; medical, nursing, educational, recreational, physical therapy, speech therapy, dietary, and social activities are coordinated to provide individualized treatment for each resident.
Assistance for families applying for OPWDD eligibility, medicaid and waiver services, MSC, waiver respite and community habilitation services, emergency respite support reimbursement, socialization and skill building groups.
17-19 Marble Avenue, Pleasantville, New York 10570
Provide services to children and adults with developmental disabilities. Assistance for families applying for OPWDD eligibility, Medicaid and waiver services, MSC, waiver respite and community habilitation services, emergency respite support and reimbursement, socialization and skill building groups.
Provides social, recreational, and therapeutic services for youth and adults with developmental disabilities and/or other special needs. Also available individualized creative arts/recreation therapy. After-schools, evening, Saturday and summer programs include: social clubs, outings, horseback riding, golf instruction, art, music, dance, sports, cooking, bowling, film production and more. Specialized services for children with autism.
Residential services for people with autism and significant intellectual disabilities. Community services and resources are utilized to augment the in-house program. Referrals through State and County offices only.
Spectrum Space 500 Executive Boulevard, Suite 147 Elmsford, NY 10523
Play, learn and socialize at The Guidance Center of Westchester, a safe, clean, convenient and affordable place for kids (up to 5 years old) and their parents/caregivers. Sessions include free play and developmentally appropriate activities such as art, music, water and sand play, indoor slide, blocks, play kitchen area, library and so much more. The professional staff is also available to address questions and concerns regarding parenting or child development issues. The Guidance Center of Westchester also offers free Family Fun Days for those impacted by Autism. No registration is required.
Westchester Independent Living Center
10 County Center Road 2nd floor
White Plains, NY 10607
(914) 682-3926 (Voice)
(914) 682-8518 (FAX) Contact@wilc.org Directions to WILC
Putnam Independent Living Services
1441 Route 22, Suite 204
(Tompkins Mahopac Bank building)
Brewster, New York 10509
845-228-7460 (Fax) www.PutnamILS.org Directions to PILS
Yonkers Outreach Officce
Pathways to Success
75 Riverdale Avenue
Yonkers, New York 10701