Check out Kris’ insight in the recent New York Metro Parents’ article, “How to Help Kids with Special Needs Succeed in Online Classes.” BCCS Parents, you also have the opportunity to connect with Kris during a special webinar, offered on … Continued
After years of frustration and bouncing from one program to another, our family found the Autism program. It was not long, when it became evident to us, we had finally found the quality program we always wanted for our son.
- Kim Carbone
Back to school is here! Residents from the Children’s Residential Program (CRP) in Lido Beach had their choice of new school supplies from Footlocker, thanks to the company’s giveback program and Mr. and Mrs. Segal for arranging. #backtoschool #backtoschoolinstyle
Featured on Pix11.com: “Virtual Music Class Keeps Kids With Developmental Disabilities Engaged During Pandemic”
Music has never been more important! Jill Malloy and Tonia Iadevaia, music therapists at BCCS’ Children’s Education Center, held virtual classes for their students to connect, engage and enjoy. Featuring the Metten Family, too, check out this video and article … Continued
It is with tremendous sadness that we inform you of the passing of Marianne Klotz, Senior Director of Brookville Center for Children’s Services. Marianne passed away peacefully on Saturday, July 4. Marianne was a powerful advocate and compassionate educator, implementing … Continued