Many families seek our advice when a child is first identified as having significant developmental delays or a developmental disability. We often first see families as they prepare for the kindergarten transition (in New York City this is known as the “Turning Five” process).
Other parents come to see us when their school-age child is struggling in general education. For a child with learning disabilities, this typically manifests in second or third grade, as the academic demands increase.
Finally, parents of adolescent children seeking therapeutic or residential programs may come to us about their tween or teen in a moment of crisis, when that child’s social-emotional challenges have begun to impact their overall functioning, health, and well-being.
Every child is unique; when you need us, we will be there. To schedule a one-hour consultation with one of our partners, please click on the link below: