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Program areas at Adapt Community Network
Residential programs, including intermediate care facilities, individualized residential alternatives and supportive apartments are provided to children and adults. These programs provide level of care needs and fully accessible housing for developmentally disabled individuals designed to meet their needs in the least restrictive environment. They are licensed and regulated by the nys office for people with developmental disabilities (opwdd)
Education programs include pre-schools that provide comprehensive early childhood special education for children 2 years 9 month - 5 years of age. This program is regulated by the nys education department (sed) under contract with the nyc department of education (doe). The school-age program provides special education services to multiple disabled children ages 5-21 years regulated by sed & under contract with doe. Within the pre-school program, there is an integrated program which combines disabled children with typical developing children. The program is regulated by sed under contract with doe. The tuition for the disabled childen is determined by sed & paid by doe. The reimbursement for the typical developing childen is paid by universal pre-k contract with doe which provides funds to nursery schools for eligible 4 years.
Adult day programs, day habilitation, supported employment, & work readiness are provided to individuals over the age of 21. These programs are licensed & regulated by the nys opwdd. Family support services, including housing assistance & overnight respite are provided to developmentally disabled individuals and their families. These programs are regulated by nys opwdd. Clinical services including dental, medical, psychiatry, physiatry, optometry, podiatry, gynecology, neurology, speech, occupational and physical theray, augmentative communication and equipment clinics are provided in 4 freestanding clinics and incorporated in day habilitation programs. All sites are licensed under article 28 with the nys department of health (doh)