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Our junior peer interactive golf learning program brings together families and juniors who don’t have access to a learning facility that employs “a comprehensive approach to learning”. Our trained professional staff offers all the children from the ages of 5 thru 17 an opportunity to learn how to play the great game of golf. We utilize prompting, verbal and nonverbal skills, specialized training devices, mechanical/physical/stimulus techniques and motion drills that aide in building a dynamic learning experience for both parent and child.

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Tech Kids Unlimited is a not-for-profit technology-based educational organization for kids ages 7 to 19 with special needs. Our work-based learning program empowers and inspires the next generation of digital natives to learn, create, develop and share the tools of technology in a supporting and nurturing environment.

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Extreme Kids & Crew is a welcoming community center where children with disABILITIES, their friends, and their families, socialize, create and play. Together families share resources, stories, tears, and laughter while children play and take part in inclusive arts programming that is open to all members of the family. Your child, his/her siblings, you and your family are welcome to join us during a Sunday Open Play session or take part in an ongoing music class. We provide programming with the whole child in mind. We are A SPACE TO BE.

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Thursday's Child is an Early Intervention program serving the needs of children diagnosed with PDD/Autism. We utilize the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Discrete Trial Learning in an intensive, individualized, instructional setting. Incidental Teaching and Observational Learning are an additional component used to foster a child's learning and facilitate generalization of learned skills. Sensory needs are addressed using sensory integration techniques which are implemented by all clinical staff. An additional component to enhance socialization skills is available through daily interaction with typically developing peers in a daycare classroom at the center.

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Artists On Wheels is a Brooklyn-based non-profit organization. Since 2001, our organization has been a valuable resourse for both the disabled and non-disabled communities. Our studio is equipped to handle any type of need the Artist wants to explore.

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