The Children’s Education Center in Brookville
The Children’s Education Center offers a day care program with both integrated and special education preschool options, as well as a school age special education program and specialized autism program.
The Preschool program serves ages 3-5 years of age. This site offers Integrated Programs, Day Care and Preschool Special Education classes. Day care and Preschool students are afforded an enriching program that adheres to the New York State Standards or Early Childhood Learning. Students benefit from with a high student to teacher ratio, 12:1:2, 9:1:3 or 6:1:3.5.
The School Age Program serves children 5-21 years of age with intellectual disabilities, multiple disabilities, traumatic brain injury and autism. Children are referred to this program from their local school district’s committee on special education. Children in the program benefit from a high staff to student ratio, 12:1:4, 10:1:3 or 6:1:3.5 (please see Autism Program 6:1:3.5 student to staff ratio). Students are grouped according to age and academic needs. Each class is a program to itself and curriculum is driven by the student’s Individual Education Plan and New York State Education Departments’ Standards for Special Education.
Students may receive an array of services as mandated by their Individual Education Program. All students receive music, art and adaptive physical education. Dependent upon the level of function, students receive academic education services in areas of reading, hand-writing, functional mathematics, socialization, activities of daily living and programs related to the New York State Education Department Standards of Alternate Assessment.
Transition programming to adult services is available to all adolescent students. Prevocational training is offered at community based sites and within the community.
CHILDREN’S EDUCATION CENTER
We’re moving ahead in 2021 – and we invite you to join us!
We are planning to return to Eisenhower Park on October 17 for our annual fundraising walk and celebration. Stay tuned to learn about fun mini-challenges to get you moving, fundraising and spreading awareness.
Leading up to the event, walkers and teams fundraise for the AHRC Foundation, and together we can ensure that children and adults with developmental disabilities across Long Island will live their happiest, healthiest, best life!
This year’s event artwork was created by three artists from AHRC Nassau’s East Meadow Art Gallery. To learn more about our artists, please click here for their self-written bios.
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Nassau County Executive
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