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The emphasis of day habilitation is participation in the larger community. Most activities occur outside of the day habilitation walls. By participating as volunteers at various organizations, participants have daily opportunities to develop skills, including safe travel using public transportation and community integration.

Day hab logo with a hand, group of people, building and MTA logo in a puzzle piece circle

The emphasis of day habilitation is participation in the larger community. Most activities occur outside of the day habilitation walls. By participating as volunteers at various organizations, participants have daily opportunities to develop skills; including safe travel using public transportation and community integration.

Day hab logo with a hand, group of people, building and MTA logo in a puzzle piece circle

The emphasis of day habilitation is participation in the larger community. Most activities occur outside of the day habilitation walls. By participating as volunteers at various organizations, participants have daily opportunities to develop skills; including safe travel using public transportation and community integration.

Day hab logo with a hand, group of people, building and MTA logo in a puzzle piece circle

The emphasis of day habilitation is participation in the larger community. Most activities occur outside of the day habilitation walls. By participating as volunteers at various organizations, participants have daily opportunities to develop skills, including safe travel using public transportation and community integration.

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Trained specialists provide individualized skills training in the home and the community. Focus is on a person's strengths and critical skills for development, including building skills and independence in the areas of self care, social skills development, money management, life safety, household tasks, enjoying the community, and job success.

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Day Habilitation offers individualized and group activities designed to teach life skills, build relationships, promote independence, and provide engagement in the community.

Day hab logo with a hand, group of people, building and MTA logo in a puzzle piece circle

Day Habilitation offers individualized and group activities designed to teach life skills, build relationships, promote independence, and provide engagement in the community.

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In-home respite provides families with a break from their daily routine. Trained staff provides scheduled care for a family member with a disability. This service gives the person new opportunities to develop greater independence. 

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In-home respite provides families with a break from their daily routine. Trained staff provides scheduled care for a family member with a disability. This service gives the person new opportunities to develop greater independence. 

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Overnight respite provides 24-hour supervision from Friday afternoon until Monday morning for people, ages 4 and up. Services are also available for certain week long stays and school vacations. Nutritious meals and recreational activities are provided on site and in the community.

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Weekend Overnight Respite offers the opportunity for the caregiver to receive a break from their daily care-taking responsibilities, while offering the participant an opportunity to be more independent from their family.

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Weekend Overnight Respite offers the opportunity for the caregiver to receive a break from their daily care-taking responsibilities, while offering the participant an opportunity to be more independent from their family.

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The International Academy of Hope (iHOPE) is a highly specialized brain injury school in New York City. It meets a significant and unmet need in the NYC community, while also serving as a world-class model of best practices and high tech solutions in the delivery of educational brain injury services.

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The Manhattan Star Academy’s mission is to provide high-quality services to your children and their families in a comprehensive, developmentally based program which focuses on the whole child. 

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At-Home Respite provides families with a break from their daily routine. Trained staff provide scheduled care for a child or adult family member with an Intellectual or Developmental Disability. This services give the person new opportunities to develop greater independence while providing a much needed break for the family.

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In-home sexuality education and training is available for people ages 9 and up. Individual assessments and training plans provided. Topics covered include: the body, hygiene, puberty, personal identity, boundaries, abuse, relationships, and more.

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A short-term, in-home based training program dedicated to helping caregivers manage their child's/family member's challenging behaviors. The service is designed to help caregivers better understand and more effectively cope with their child's/family member's needs. Training may focus on behavioral issues and daily living skills, such as toileting.

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A short-term training program that provides support to families dealing with challenging behaviors. Training is geared toward supporting caregivers and direct services providers.

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Audiology focuses on comprehensive diagnostic and rehabilitative services for all areas of hearing impairments.

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Trained community habilitiation support staff provide individualized skills training in the home and the community. Focus is on a person's strengths, their goals, and critical skills for development. This includes building skills and independence in the areas of self care, social skills, money management, life safety, household tasks, accessing resources in, and enjoying the community. For people who are 18 and older.

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