TRANSITION RESOURCES
 
A helpful resource put out by the New York State Department of Labor is Careerzone. If catalogs all different types of jobs and gives students a great overview of all that is involved in pursuing that particular career area.
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Able Newspaper, in its 23nd year, is moving to an online platform. Read Able online for FREE at www.ablenews.com.
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Benefits.gov's New YouTube Channel

Benefits.gov has launched a YouTube channel to celebrate its 10th anniversary. The channel currently showcases a self-help video about the site's confidential prescreening tool, the Benefit Finder. A YouTube account is not required to view the videos, but if you have an account, you can subscribe to the Benefits.gov channel and receive emails when new videos are posted.
 
Social Security Disability Help
ram@ssd-help.org

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“Benefits Advisement and Support for Eligibility (BASE) Program"  

Long Island Advocacy Center, Inc.

Benefits Advisement

999 Herricks Road, Room 108

New Hyde Park, NY  11040

Telephone:  (516) 248-2222 x10
 
 

Fax:  (516) 248-2290

ATTN:  BENEFITS ADVISEMENT

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Check out the programs at the Sid Jacobson JCC at the link below
 
 
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Mid Island JCC in Plainview

http://www.miyjcc.org/SpecialNeeds/Our-Programs.cfm

JCC of the Greater Five Towns

http://www.fivetownsjcc.org/special-needs/teensyoung-adults/

Friedberg JCC in Oceanside

http://friedbergjcc.org/programs/specialneeds.php
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FAIR: Family Advocacy Information and Referral Program
The program offers a variety of counseling and referral services 
to helping parents of children with special needs
516-496-7550x 240
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 The Self-Advocacy Association of New York State, Inc. (SANYS) is a not-for profit, grassroots organization run by and for people with developmental disabilities. Their goal is to help create a person-centered and person-directed system of supports. To further this goal, the SANYS executive board supports self-advocates and self-advocacy groups regionally and statewide. SANYS encourages them to speak for themselves individually and collectively
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Parent to Parent of NYS is a place where families of individuals with special needs and the professionals who serve them can meet and share information. This website is maintained as a resource for families.

http://parenttoparentnys.org/offices/Long-Island/
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Long Island Family Support Service Advisory Council
The Council's role is to provide a strong voice for individuals and families on the local
level, working with and through the Developmental Disabilities Regional Office to plan, develop and monitor Family Support Services in that area.

http://www.lifssac.com/
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 Just launched a brand new Self-Direction in New York, A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR FAMILIES
Please visit the UPDATED website, www.nyselfd.org, where you will find:

Newly updated Steps to Transition to a Self-Determined Life, Updated FAQs, our film Self-Determined Lives, and, our Guide.


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Adapted Drivers Evaluation and Education

http://www.viscardicenter.org/services/adapted-driver-education.html

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Nassau PAL - Special Needs Unit

PAL in Nassau County for kids with special needs. Nassau PAL hosts dances, basketball leagues and computer classe

Nassau PAL SPECIAL NEEDS UNIT
510 Parkside Blvd.
Massapequa Park, NY 11758
516-809-7617
www.ncpalsnu.org






For further information on resources for all ages please use the link below
to transfer to SEPTA's (Special Education PTA) homepage
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