Raising a child with special needs can be challenging. Find support by connecting with other families, parents, and caregivers in your community who have kids with special needs. Read on to find a group in Rockland county.
This group has a number of private online communities, including one for parents, and the e-communities are maintained to encourage open, useful exchange of information for and by people affected by ADHD.
Good Vibrations Plus, Rockland County Association for Learning Disabilities
Skyview Plaza, 9 Ingalls St., Nyack
This program offers workshops and support services to families with children on the
Jawonio Education Institute
Parent and caregiver training groups offer practical information and strategies to
enhance children’s cognitive, physical, and social development. Topics include discipline, forming partnerships with schools, accessing community resources, and networking for
families raising special needs children.
Parents Helping Parents
St. Paul’s Christian Day School
Main Street and Collyer Avenue, New City
Assists parents struggling with the behavior of their teens or adult children.
Parent Support Network
The group’s priority is supporting, educating, and advocating for each other while raising children and adolescents with learning, emotional, developmental, social, and behavioral disorders.
Rockland BIANYS Chapter
Barry Dain: 914-984-2322
Provides friendship, information, a problem-solving forum, personal growth opportunities, and the chance to be reminded that families and caregivers of people with brain injuries are not alone.
Rockland County Friends of the Autistic
92A Lake Road, Valley Cottage
This program offers recreation for children with autism, respite and support for families.
Parent Groups in Fairfield and surrounding areas
Parent Groups in Westchester