• Virtual Vendor Fair

    온라인 서비스 전시관

    9월 한달간 롱아일랜드 지역 서비스 기관정보를 전시합니다. 뉴욕시 퀸즈지역 정보는 10월중 전시됩니다.


  • Psychological Evaluation/Behavioral Consulting

    심리검사/ 행동전문상담치료 Queens & Long Island

    Lauren Tobing-Puente, PhD


    Licensed Psychologist
    Phone (917) 838-9274
    email: services@drtobingpuente.com
    website: www.drtobingpuente.com


    • Evaluation
    • Psychotherapy
    • Consultation for Schools
    • Professional Development
    • Parent Support Group



  • Fitness Programs

    Long Island Areas

    Hope Fitness

    Long Island

    501 (c) (3) Non-Profit Organization

    The Mission of The HOPEFitness Sports Foundation is to provide, coordinate and support the Inclusion of Individuals with ALL types of Abilities in fitness and sports training. We welcome participants who are physically and/or intellectually challenged, economically disenfranchised or are considered “at risk” either behaviorally or due to their living situations.

    www.HOPEFitness.org. Call 1 (877) 396-HOPE (4673) for information.

  • Health Care / Insurance Plan Providers

    발달장애 의료 및 보험 프로그램 (메디케이드기반)

    Partners Health Plan

    New York State Wide

    Partners Health Plan (PHP) is a not-for-profit managed care organization serving individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabilities (IDD) and those who care for them. With more than six decades of experience serving persons with IDD, PHP has the expertise to develop and coordinate a personalized Life Plan that ensures participants receive the essential medical, behavioral, dental, habilitation, and other services and supports needed to support each participant’s health, safety, personal preferences, and valued outcomes. Please download flyers below. For more information, please contact (855) PHP-LIVE or (855) 747-5483, Website: http://phpcares.org/

  • OPWDD Services

    발달장애국 서비스 Queens

    General Human Outreach (GHO)

    Queens, NYC Areas

    GHO Provides variety of OPWDD Services to families in New York City.

    For more information, call Pat Liu at 718-307-6563


  • Mentorship/Social Skills

    사회성 개발



    Viscardi Center

    The Viscardi Center’s Mentoring Initiative (VCMI) - Long Island

    The Viscardi Center has developed a new mentorship program that empowers youth with disabilities to lead more fulfilling lives and reach their full potential through high-quality one-on-one mentoring. Mentors and mentees are matched based on their likes, hobbies, and personality traits. Mentorship pairs are intended to be meaningful relationships that will provide a multitude of benefits including personal growth, higher self-esteem, appreciation for diversity, community involvement, and improved communication skills. For more information, click below.

  • Family Advocacy / Disability Events

    Parent Network - Long Island

    SILO's New York Connects - SILO's NY Connects (Suffolk Independent Living Organization - which does serve Nassau County Residents as well) is a grant-funded information and assistance resource managed by the Department of Aging. Its mission is to facilitate long-term community services and supports to help all individuals living in Long Island, regardless of age, to remain healthy and independent.


    ECDC (The Long Island Early Childhood Direction Center) - ECDC assists families and professionals in identifying services that meet the needs of children with disabilities, birth through age five, by providing information and training about available service options and service delivery systems. ECDC is funded by the New York State Education Department (NYSED)


    LIPC (The Long Island Parent Center) - The Long Island Parent Center offers training and resources to both families and professionals. Its goal is to encourage collaboration with the objective of improving outcomes for students ages 5-21 on Long Island with disabilities. LIPC is also funded by the New York State Education Department (NYSED).


    TRAID (Technology-Related Assistance for Individuals with Disabilities) Program - TRAID provides information about a variety of assistive technology devices and free loans for individuals of all ages. TRAID is a federally funded program administered by the New York State Justice Center.