Parenting Programs list
Integrated Treatment Services is one of the only educational preschool programs in the region to offer a complimentary Parent Support Program. This innovative service allows parents to cope with their child's disabilities and monitor milestone developments. Mental health professionals are available to provide parent guidance and home visits.
The goal of this program is to educate parents about the challenges faced by their child. This program allows them to maximize the developmental process by reinforcing the therapeutic elements being given to the child.
Integrated Treatment Services features Parent Support Groups for parents to gather together and discuss the unique challenges their children are facing. In addition to the social and supportive elements this group offers participating parents can gain a better understanding of how to cope with their child's disabilities.
The Parent Support Groups are conveniently held in central locations and are open to the families of all children receiving services from Integrated Treatment Services.
A licensed mental health professional is available to speak with parents via the parent hotline.
Integrated Treatment Services publishes a newsletter to inform parents about the latest updates on therapy and special education techniques. Written by professionals on a variety of childcare and therapy topics, it serves educate parents about the obstacles faced by their child and the techniques being used to address these issues.
In addition to being mailed, the newsletters are posted on the Integrated Treatment Services website in a PDF format for easy accessibility and reading.
Do you feel that your child may require specialized therapy or educational services? The best way to determine this is by having your child undergo an evaluation process.
The evaluation process may analyze some or all of the following:
- Social History
- Psychological Evaluation
- Educational Evaluation
- Speech and Language Evaluation
- Occupational Therapy Evaluation
- Physical Therapy Evaluation
- Audiological Assessment
Contact your local Department of Education to request an evaluation and determine if your child requires these services. All services are funded by the New York City Department of Education and the New York State Education Department and are available at no charge to eligible children and their parents.