731 Pre-Emption Rd., Geneva
Happiness House is an educational, health and human service organization
that excels in providing the highest quality integrated programs
and services to children and adults with and without disabilities, to
their families and to the Finger Lakes community. Birth to Five Program
combines evaluations, preschool education, therapy services, autism
support and service coordination to help children in the Finger
Lakes region meet their full potential.
Birth to Five Program
The Happiness House Birth to Five program combines evaluations, preschool
education, therapy services, autism support and service coordination
to help children in the Finger Lakes region meet their full potential.
Evaluation Services - Comprehensive developmental evaluation services
for children from birth to five years of age with known or suspected
developmental disabilities or delays.
Early Childhood Educational Services - An array of center based
educational services, including special education, for preschool children
with and without disabilities from 3 to 5 years of age.
Child Daycare - Year-round daycare services for preschool children
from 3 to 5 years of age.
Therapeutic Services - Therapeutic services delivered within home
and community, as well as center based settings. Occupational, physical,
speech and language and special education services are available
to eligible children from birth to five years of age.
Support Services - A variety of support services for preschool children
including counseling, social skills building and family support groups.
Service Coordination - Services to assist families with accessing medical,
social and educational services that are necessary for their child's
Head Start/Early Head Start
28 Canal Street, Lyons, NY 14489
Wayne County Action Program, Inc. - Head Start/Early Head Start is a
federally funded preschool program that provides comprehensive services
to children and their families. Education, Health, Nutrition, Family
and Community Partnerships, Parent Involvement, and Mental Health
Services are provided to all families. Special efforts are made to recruit
children with disabilities. Head Start/Early Head Start provides children
with activities that help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally,
and physically. The Head Start/Early Head Start philosophy recognizes
parents as prime educators of their children. We welcome parent involvement
in all Head Start/Early Head Start functions, and work as
partners with the family. Head Start/Early Head Start offers many different
program options out of our locations in Sodus, Huron, Lyons,
Newark, Clyde, Palmyra, & Ontario. Head Start programs are for children
ages 3-5 years old. Early Head Start programs are for expecting
mothers (home based options only), infants (6 weeks-18 months), and
toddlers (18 months-3 years old).
Roosevelt Children's Center - Wayne ARC
848 Peirson Ave., Newark
A private not- for profit parent based organization providing early intervention
and preschool services for children birth through 5 with and
without disabilities. Services include evaluations, preschool education,
therapy services, service coordination, autism supports, daycare, and
UPK. Services can be provided at home, in the community or at our
center. Monday-Friday 8am-4pm.