At our Brooklyn Center, we offer ABA programming (in-home and center-based) for children three years of age and over.
The Brooklyn Center also serves as our administrative headquarters for City Pro Group. City Pro Group is the Early Intervention provider under Autism Care Partners providing Early Intervention services in New York State.
Operating as Autism Care Partners, we provide services for children ages three and over.
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For children 0-3 in New York State:
City Pro Group is the Early Intervention provider under Autism Care Partners providing Early Intervention services (ABA/SI, SLP, OT, PT, Evaluations and Service Coordination) in New York State. Within all of Autism Care Partners’, “City Pro Group,” locations, both Early Intervention and non-early intervention services are offered. We are committed to serving children of any age. For those seeking treatment for children who fall within the Early Intervention age bracket, please read below to see New York’s EI protocols. To learn more about the services we provide in the NY Early Intervention program, please reach out to us today.
The New York Early Intervention Program is a public program for children under the age of three who are either suspected of having or at risk for developmental delays or disabilities. Potentially eligible children must be referred to the relevant county program directly (see below for contact information) to receive EIP services. EIP is funded by New York State and county governments. All EIP services are provided at no cost to parents. Health insurance may be used for approved services. A child’s eligibility for the program can be determined only by state-approved evaluators under contract, and all services must be authorized by the county.
New York City: Dial 311
Westchester County: 914-813-5094
Nassau County: 516-227-8661
Suffolk County: 631-853-3100
To empower children, and their families, to achieve individualized behavioral goals through assessment, treatment, and education.
To develop a unified team of practices that not only provides high-quality therapy services but also serves a key role in coordinating care for individuals with developmental delays and their families.