ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF OUR
August 8, 2018 – Los Niños Services is pleased to announce the opening of our new center and Sensory Gym in Hawthorne NY, the site of the former KidAbilities Agency. Our center will serve children with special needs through the Early Intervention Program, Preschool Special Education Related Services and Private Services.
Experienced professionals will provide Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Special Education, and Developmental Groups.
To refer a child for services at our centers in Hawthorne or Valhalla, please contact Ms. Sonia Vasquez in the Los Niños Services Valhalla Center (914)593-0593. To contact the Hawthorne Center call (914) 347-5990.
WELCOME TO LOS NIÑOS SERVICESOur mission is to be of great service to others.
OUR SERVICEShome and center services for young children with special needs
Early Childhood Services
We strive to provide the highest quality services to young children and their families.
We provide learning experiences and trainings to professionals and parents on a range of early childhood topics.
OUR CULTURE & CORE VALUES
We strive for excellence.
Effectiveness depends on teamwork.
Always treat others with respect.
Always room for improvement.
WESTCHESTER SERVICESservices in westchester county for young children with special needs
Developmental Groups, Therapy, Service Coordination, Evaluations
Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Evaluations
Contact us for more info about our services.
How do I refer a child?
For children ages birth – 3 years old call 311 in NYC or 914-813-5094 in Westchester County for the Early Intervention Program. For children ages 3 – 4 contact your local school district to begin the referral process through Preschool Special Education. For private referrals contact our offices at 212.787.9700 x0 and ask for Damaris Santiago, LMSW.
How long does it take for the evaluation process?
Most evaluations can be completed within a few weeks, and then a meeting is scheduled to review the results and determine if your child is eligible to receive services under early intervention.
Does intervention really help?
Most children improve with the help of intervention. Some children improve very quickly, and some more slowly. If you feel your child is improving quickly, share your observations with your therapist. Also, if you have concerns that your child is not learning quickly enough then share that as well to determine if other therapies may also be needed.
What are Home/Community Based Evaluations?
Evaluations of your child’s progress which are done in your home or a community setting.