Disabilities Directory

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1.6/5 (11 votes)
Developmental Disabilities/General
Description: Visiting New York City Anytime Soon? Big Apple Greeter's Access Project provides information, experience, and volunteer Greeters for travelers with disabilities, enabling them to get the most from New York City. Address: 386 Park...
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1.7/5 (15 votes)
Developmental Disabilities/General
Description: The Center for Family Support (CFS) is a not-for-profit human service agency providing support and assistance to individuals with developmental disabilities, traumatic brain injuries and the elderly throughout New York City, Long...
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1.3/5 (15 votes)
Developmental Disabilities/General
Description: NJCD/Yachad is dedicated to addressing the needs of all individuals with disabilities and including them in the Jewish community. Our membership is divided into three groups: Junior Yachad (8 to 16 years of age); Senior Yachad (17 to 28...
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1.4/5 (14 votes)
Developmental Disabilities/General
Description: Guardianship Information/Financial Planning -When a child with MR/DD becomes 18 years old, parents are no longer considered the legal guardians. If the child continues to need supervision and guidance as an adult, parents may wish to...
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1.6/5 (14 votes)
Developmental Disabilities/General
Description: The Commission on Quality of Care for the Mentally Disabled serves people with mental disabilities and their families by providing independent oversight of the quality and cost-effectiveness of services provided by all mental hygiene...
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1.8/5 (15 votes)
Developmental Disabilities/General
Description: OMRDD provides services through the following Developmentally Disabled Service Offices (DDSO) of each borough. Services include group home placement, advocacy, respite care, financial planning, estate planning, education, day treatment,...
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1.5/5 (13 votes)
Developmental Disabilities/General
Description: Offers respite services. Respite is temporary care of an individual with developmental disabilities. Respite may be provided in the home, at a family care home, or at a respite center. The length of care depends on the family’s needs....
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1.4/5 (15 votes)
Developmental Disabilities/General
Description: The Sibling Center for Sisters and Brothers of People With Disabilities, Inc. offers support groups for children and young adults, individual therapy for siblings of all ages, seminars and workshops for families and concerned...
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1.8/5 (15 votes)
Developmental Disabilities/General
Description: United Cerebral Palsy of New York City, Inc. (UCP/NYC) is the leading Non-profit agency in New York City providing direct services, technology and advocacy to children and adults of all ages with cerebral palsy and related disabilities....
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1.5/5 (15 votes)
Developmental Disabilities/General
Description: YAI/National Institute for People with Disabilities Network is an international leader in assisting people with developmental and learning disabilities to achieve their fullest potential. The YAI/NIPD Network offers one of the nation's...
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