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Pre-School Special Education

HAC’s special education programs are designed to make a positive difference in the lives of our children and their families. As with all children, children who have or are suspected of having a disability require carefully planned and implemented quality early childhood services. Early childhood experts agree that the earlier developmentally appropriate intervention begins, the better. They also agree children are entitled to a care and learning experience that is fashioned by excited, dedicated professionals who see the opportunities and challenges for bringing each child to his/her fullest potential.

We provide special education services to children between the ages of 3 to 5 years in licensed New York City Department of Health/ Division of Day Care facilities. Our caring and professional staff is comprised of individuals who are certified and/or licensed as required by New York State law, have clearance from the New York State Register of Child Abuse and Maltreatment and the New York City Department of Education.

Services available are:

• Multi-disciplinary Evaluation Services (Bilingual and monolingual)

• Special Class (9100)

• Special Class in an Integrated Setting (9160)

• Speech Therapy: Bilingual and monolingual

• Counseling: Bilingual and monolingual

• Physical Therapy

• Occupational Therapy

• Related Service Only (RSO)

Contact Us at: HACSED@AOL.COM

Important Notice: HAC's’s Special Education program is for preschool children who have or are suspected of having a disability pursuant to Section 4410 of Article 89 of the Education Law. Any services provided are based upon the individual needs of the preschool child found to have a disability, as determined by the Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE) of the local school district. The local school district will determine the location where the needed special education services will be provided, which may be the child’s normal daytime setting.

Parents are responsible for arranging for and paying the costs of any child care.

Special education services are at no direct cost to the parent; funding is provided through county taxes and state funds, earmarked for special education services.

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