P37R'S PARENT PAGE
15 Fairfield Street, 10308
Great Kills High School
110 Shafter Avenue, 10308
333 Midland Avenue, 10306
Petrides (Inclusion Site)
715 Ocean Terrace, 10301
PS4 (Inclusion Site)
200 Nedra Lane, 10312
Phone (718) 984-1197
PS30 (Inclusion Site)
200 Wardwell Avenue, 10314
Phone (718) 442-0462
Family Worker (GKHS):
AHRC Respite Services: AHRC provides out-of-home and in-home respite opportunities.
AHRC Weekend/Recreational Activities: These age-appropriate activities take place in the five boroughs of New York City on a year-round basis.
A Very Special Place After-School Respite: The respite program is on Wednesdays and Fridays, after school until 5:30pm.
Community Resources OTPS Recreation Program: The program is available to anyone who is 14 years or older, waiver eligible, and resides at home with family or 24-hour non-supervised IRAs.
Eden II Genesis After-School Programs
JCC Summer Day Camp for Children with Special Needs: Marvinís Camp for children with special needs provides an educational, creative, socially and emotionally safe environment for children and teens with special needs.
Minds at Play Staten Island Respite Program: Saturday Respite Program for parents of children with special needs, ages 3-6. 9am-1pm, 2 Saturdays each month.
Richmond County Day Camp: Located at Mount Loretto. 6581 Hylan Blvd. (718) 761-1492
Richmond Music: Music Therapy Social Skills
Sessions: For children with autism spectrum disorders and
children with developmental delays.
Rock Stars Rising: Rockstars Rising is a program that was developed to help individuals who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) as well as individuals with developmental delays.
Staten Island Day Camp: College of Staten Island (800) 301-2267
UCP Project Connect of NYC: Recreational Activities: UCP of NYC helps individuals gain confidence, navigate their world with increased independence and develop meaningful friendships.
We Rock The Spectrum Kid's Gym: We Rock The Spectrum Kid's Gym was founded to provide a place for children of all ability levels to play and grow together.
ANNOUNCEMENTS AND NEWSLETTERS
JULY 2019 EVENTS
4th: School Closed (July 4th)
School Leadership Meeting Dates
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