Marion K. Salomon & Associates 21426 41st Ave, Bayside, NY11361 Marion K. Salomon & Associates offers programs that help children with developmental delays and handicapping…More conditions. The practice's programs are designed for children from birth to 35 months, preschoolers, and school-age children. Speech therapy, occupational and physical therapy, behavioral services, special instruction and play therapy are all offered. The program is funded and regulated by the New York State Department of Health. Check the practice's website for details on services, or call to speak with an associate.
St. Mary's provides health care and educational services for special needs children, and children with debilitative…More diseases. Founded in 1870, the hospital's mission is to provide free health care to sick children.</p>
<p>They are a non-for-profit organization, treating a myriad of health disorders, including but not limited to: children with brain injuries, complications from premature birth, severe asthma, orthopedic disorders, HIV/AIDS, and other ailments. They provide home care in addition to outpatient care.</p>
<p>St. Mary's also has a medical camp, afterschool and weekend programs for ages five to 18 which combines therapy and care with recreation for children suffering from physical and cognitive disabilities.</p>
ABC Early Learning Center 5425 Little Neck Pkwy, Little Neck, NY11362 ABC Early Learning Center offers child care programs specializing in youngsters from 2 to 5 years old. The hallways are…More colorfully decorated with children's art work. Children are required to bring lunch from home, with the school providing snacks for students. ABC provides small class sizes and individual attention for each student.
Mommy Music & Me 20856 Cross Island Pkwy, Bayside, NY11360 Inside the Shotokai Karate dojo --but not amid any chops or brick breaking -- is Bay Terrace's Mommy Music & Me…More program. The mixed-aged music and movement class allows for tots to learn from one another, while singing, dancing, playing instruments and groovin' at their own level. Parents and caregivers attend and help along their children to class, and use the two free-distributed CD's and songbooks to recreate the fun at home. Special outreach programs for children with special developmental needs is available for private home environments.