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AHRC Workforce

230 Hanse Ave
Freeport,  NY 11520

Phone: (516) 546-7700

AHRC Workforce

AHRC Nassau, a not-for-profit organization, meets the needs of children and adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities by providing community-based programs and services, as well as guidance and support

AHRC Nassau supports more than 3,000 individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabilities. Individuals and families can choose from a wide range of opportunities - from home, community, and center-based early intervention to education, day programs, vocational training, supported and full employment, volunteer experiences, recreation, respite, community living, and clinical services.

AHRC Nassau's Camp Loyaltown located in upstate New York offers a summer respite camp for more than 800 campers who enjoy a special experience with their peers.

The Brookville Center for Children's Services is located at SUNY Old Westbury, Marcus Avenue at New Hyde Park, Barbara C. Wilson Preschool Program in Woodbury and the Leeds Child Developement Center in Manhasset. It offers child care, early childhood education, an integrated preschool program for children with and without developmental disabilities, and early intervention services.

The Pearl & Jack Ain Advantage Care Diagnostic and Treatment Center located on AHRC Nassau's Brookville campus offers medical, dental, and other comprehensive services for adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities.

The Fay J. Lindner Center for Autism & Developmental Disabilities provides a wide range of services, including: comprehensive and specialty evaluations, cognitive and behavioral programming, social skills and communication training, school consultation, speech language services, social work and counseling support, psychopharmacology and participation in research studies. It recently relocated to AHRC Nassau's Brookville Campus and is an affiliate of the North Shore -LIJ Health System.

The mission of AHRC is to teach, support and advocate for children and adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities to make life choices, exercise independence and develop responsibility. AHRC Nassau encourages all individuals to fulfill

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