Resources


We love building bridges with other professionals in the field and especially love connecting our families to those resources!  Check out some of our favorites below!  

Do you provide supportive services to families and want to be added to our resource page?  Contact us so we can learn more about what you do!  Reach out to: Dani@bridgekidsny.com

 


Kidz Central Station

If you’re looking for ways to keep your kids active and learning, check out Kidz Central Station, a one-stop-shop for parents to find, compare, and enroll their children in classes and activities in NYC! With over 2,500 classes to choose from (in music, art, soccer, ballet, cooking and more!), Kidz Central Station gives busy parents an easy way find and manage their kids’ activities all in one place. Parents can read reviews about each class, and narrow their search by age, class type, date, price, and/or location to find the best classes and activities, sign up for a trial class, and directly enroll. 

Make sure to review Bridge Kids of New York on Kidz Central Station so other parents like you can benefit from your experience with us!

www.kidzcentralstation.com


Melanie Potock: My Munchbug

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Melanie Potock, MA, CCC-SLP is an international speaker and author on the topic of feeding disorders.  Her website includes over 50 articles with Melanie’s advice for clinicians and parents.

www.mymunchbug.com


Mandarin Seeds

Mandarin Seeds is a progressive education program that provides quality instruction on Mandarin language and Chinese culture. We believe that by bringing arts, discovery and fun into language education, we are opening doors to connect our children to a globalized world. 

www.mandarinseeds.com


Sarah Birnbaum

Sarah Birnbaum is a special education advisor who offers help, information, and guidance to parents of children with special needs in New York City

http://www.nyspecialneeds.com

sarah@nyspecialneeds.com

212-666-7299


Different Roads

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Different Roads to Learning is the premier resource for teaching tools to help children on the autism spectrum learn language, positive behavior, and social skills. All of our materials are carefully researched and selected to educate and empower students with autism in both home and school settings. Since 1995, Different Roads has strived to give every young student on the autism spectrum the tools they need to reach their highest academic and social potential.

www.difflearn.com

info@difflearn.com

t. 800-853-1057
    212-604-9637

f. 800-317-9146
   212-206-9329


Lindsey Biel

Lindsey Biel, M.A., OTR/L, is a pediatric occupational therapist with a private practice in Manhattan where she evaluates and treats children, teens, and young adults with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental challenges. Lindsey is the author ofSensory Processing Challenges: Effective Clinical Work with Kids & Teens and coauthor of the award-winning Raising a Sensory Smart Child: The Definitive Handbook for Helping Your Child with Sensory Processing Issues, with a foreword by Temple Grandin. She is also co-creator of the Sensory Processing Master Class DVD program and provides workshops nationwide to teachers, therapists, parents and others on practical solutions for special needs at home, school, and in the community. 

www.sensorysmarts.com

www.sensoryprocessingchallenges.com 

Lindsey@sensorysmarts.com.


Autism speaks toolkits

The great people at Autism Speaks have created a Tool Kit for every step of the way! From initial diagnosis to transitioning to adulthood,  find the toolkit that fits your specific needs by following this link.

 www.autismspeaks.org


ATLAS FOUNDATION FOR AUTISM

Atlas Foundation for Autism serves children ages 3-21 and beyond with a range of diagnoses, including Autism Spectrum Disorder. They offer a variety of supportive services for families and children, including clinical services, tutoring, Holiday and Summer Camps, and FREE Open Play on the weekends! We are a big fan of their heart and dedication to helping individuals be the best version of themselves!

website: www.atlasforautism.org