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ADAPT Community Network, formerly United Cerebral Palsy of New York City, is the leading human service not-for-profit and a pioneer in providing cutting edge programs and services for people with disabilities. Every day, we build a more inclusive world for thousands of New Yorkers through education, technology, health, residential and recreational programs in all five boroughs.

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Events

UPCOMING EVENTS
Nov
28
Tue
FREE Workshop- Observation and Data Collection in the Classroom @ 160 Lawrence Avenue
Nov 28 @ 8:30 am – 11:30 am

Free-Workshops on Inclusive Education-Fall 2017
For early childcare and 4410 Preschool teachers & assistants, SEIT teachers, Related Service clinicians and administrators

Presenter- Susan Cuoccio MS Ed., parent trainer, educator and college lecturer
encompassing early childhood, special education and children on the autism spectrum.
(Certificate of attendance will be provided to each participant)

November 28th (Registration deadline is November 27th)
8:30 – 11:30

Measuring What Matters-Observation and Data Collection in the Classroom
Addresses various methods of documenting what is observed before and
after an intervention.

160 Lawrence Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11230 (Between Ocean Parkway & Seton Place)
(718) 437-3794 Ext. 190

Pre-registration is required for each workshop.
Email Pre-registration- Type Registration in subject; send to
brooklynecdc@adaptcommunitynetwork.org. Include: registrant’s full name, agency, job title and preferred workshop(s) session letter(s).
Phone Pre-registration- call Karen Samet @ (718) 907-3190.

Dec
1
Fri
Free Workshop-Literacy in the Early Years
Dec 1 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Literacy in the Early Years
Supporting Reading Readiness Skills in Young Children

  • Explore developmentally appropriate settings, materials and experiences that encourage children’s interest in books
  • Learn strategies to develop pre-reading skills in our youngest learners

Pre-registration is required by November 29th

Email Pre-Registration: Type in subject line: Registration 12/1. In body of the email type: your name, child’s age, child’s school/daycare (if none, type Home).
Send to jaboal@adaptcommunitynetwork.org
Phone Pre-Registration: Call Judy Aboal (718) 907-3193
Directions: Trains: B, Q to Newkirk Ave or F to 18th Ave Bus: B-8 to East 2nd St./Seton Place or McDonald Ave (depending on the direction you are traveling)

Click here for more info

Dec
6
Wed
Santa Project Party @ The Down Town Association
Dec 6 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Our Annual Santa Project Party & Auction features a silent auction, hors d’oeuvres, live music and an open bar. Proceeds from the Santa Project Party & Auction provide holiday gift cards and special needs equipment for each child in our education programs. Click here for more information

Dec
8
Fri
FREE Workshop-Helping Early Childhood Educators Work With Children’s Challenging Behaviors
Dec 8 @ 8:30 am – 11:30 am

Free-Workshops on Inclusive Education-Fall 2017
For early childcare and 4410 Preschool teachers & assistants, SEIT teachers, Related Service clinicians and administrators

Presenter- Susan Cuoccio MS Ed., parent trainer, educator and college lecturer
encompassing early childhood, special education and children on the autism spectrum.
(Certificate of attendance will be provided to each participant)

December 8th (Registration deadline is December 6th)
8:30 – 11:30- Helping Early Childhood Educators Work With Children’s Challenging Behaviors– Strategies to focus on fostering and strengthening children’s positive
interactions in order to minimize distracting behaviors.

160 Lawrence Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11230 (Between Ocean Parkway & Seton Place)
(718) 437-3794 Ext. 190

Pre-registration is required for each workshop.
Email Pre-registration- Type Registration in subject; send to
brooklynecdc@adaptcommunitynetwork.org. Include: registrant’s full name, agency, job title and preferred workshop(s) session letter(s).
Phone Pre-registration- call Karen Samet @ (718) 907-3190.

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ADAPT Highlights

QUALITY

Recognition from the Council on Quality and Leadership
Michael Putis and Anne Ross, CQL Personal Outcome Measures® (POM) Certified Trainers, continue to carry the torch for quality.
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PARTNERSHIPS

NYU Professor Allan Goldstein honored for disability studies course
Recognized for his work in disability advocacy, we are proud partners with Professor Goldstein and NYU's Disabilities Studies course.
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EDUCATE

Day program and Staten Island College team up for a course
Staten Island Day Program individuals participated in the Disabilities Studies course at the College of Staten Island, taught by Dr. David Goode.
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INDEPENDENCE

Increasing independence through medical technologies
We have been utilizing SimplyHome technologies, an organization that has an extensive product line and services for independent living.
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