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Wayne Resource Guide Autism

Autism 151
If you are the parent or caregiver of an autistic child you know first hand autism can be incredibly challenging and draining. Autism 151 is a campaign to pull our community together and offer a brighter more positive view of autism.

Center for Autism and Related Disorders, Inc.
6 N. Main St., Suite 110, Fairport
Effectively treating children with autism and related disorders. Following the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Teaching vital skills: language and communication, social, play, theory of mind, executive functioning, overall adaptive behavior, self-help and motor skills as well as reduce/eliminate maladaptive behaviors.

Everybody Rides
Hillrise Equestrian Center, Inc.
1624 Walworth Penfield Rd., Walworth
Supports and operates therapeutic programs that use horses to promote human well-being and enhanced quality of life for people with physical, mental, developmental, and/or learning disabilities and for people with economic, cultural, or social disadvantages. Currently therapeutic horseback riding instruction is being held at Hillrise Equestrian Center in Walworth, NY with NARHA certified instructor. Call for applications or visit website. Scholarships available. Volunteers welcome! For more information visit Everybody Rides on Facebook.

Happiness House
731 Pre-Emption Rd., Geneva
Happiness House offers two specialized preschool classrooms geared to the educational needs of children on the autism spectrum through our New Friends Integrated Preschool Program. Various methods are employed to maximize a child's pre-academic experiences. Staff in these classrooms are specially trained in the area of autism and the program is supervised by an Autism Coordinator. The Autism Support Group is open to families and care givers of persons on the autism spectrum. Respite and sibling care/support is also available to allow all parents to participate.

Hillside Family of Agencies
1183 Monroe Ave., Rochester
Skilled workforce is dedicated to serving the needs of youth through providing child welfare, mental health, developmental disabilities, youth development, juvenile justice, and special education services. Offers knowledge to families about what services are available for the child and how to access and integrate those services in the care of the children.

Roosevelt Childrens Center - Wayne ARC
848 Peirson Ave., Newark
RCC offers a wide range of options for children diagnosed with Autistic Spectrum Disorder and their families. Services can be delivered at home, daycare, and at our center in Newark. Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) and Training and Education of Autistic and Related Communication Handicapped Children (TEACCH) specialized classroom programs are offered. Other options including Developmental Interdisciplinary Services (DIR) can be provided depending on the needs of the children.


Happiness House