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Spectra Support Services

Maleita Olson
Co-Founder, Executive Director
475 Lawrence Rd
Our Mission To provide holistic, strengths-based supports and interventions which improve the lives of individuals with disabilities and their families by filling service gaps across the lifespan. Counseling Transition Services Behavior Therapy Waiver Programs Consultation Professional education Internships/employment

Our childrens supports begin at diagnosis and focus on familiarizing the family with the diagnosis and complimenting early intervention, wrap-around, community and school-based services. We help prepare for increasing academic, emotional, and social demands. We educate the about the interplay between adolescence and other challenges they face and assist in building a bridge to adult supports. We partner with adults and their families to develop a plan toward independence.We offer sibling-specific programs and seminars for siblings age 6- adult. For caregivers, we offer parenting resources, support groups, seminars and tips to help you support and attend to the needs of each member of the family.

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Summit Camp & Travel

Gene Bell
Senior Director
322 Route 46 West, Suite 210
Summit Camp serves campers ages 8-19 who have issues of ASD, Aspergers Syndrome, and/or HFA. Based on a traditional camp program, campers find program success ,social skills improvement and emotional growth in a supportive environment that is fun and exciting. Our school year Weekender program offers regional youth group like weekends that also foster social skills and friendships.

Weekender Program offers school year weekends, day events, and vacation programs designed to foster peer relationships and enhance social skills. Participants gain valuable experiences in group activities. Weekend and school vacation program designed for teenagers to interact with and make a few new friends, enjoy a guided and supervised recreational weekend break staffed by educators & youth workers who understand them. Very much like a 24/7 social skills activity weekend. WHO: Young people, ages 11 - 19, who are kids with issues of Aspergers syndrome, NVLD, HFA, mild learning disabilities, and/or ADHD/ADD who would benefit from a directed weekend experience designed to foster socialization, peer interaction, and independence.

Camp provides a summer sleep away camp experience for boys and girls, ages 8-19, who have issues of attention. These may include Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD and/or ADHD), ASD, Asperger's syndrome, awkward social skills, High Functioning Autism, verbal or non-verbal learning disabilities (NVLD), and/or mild social or emotional concerns. Summit Travel works with older children, ages 15-19, who have similar issues. At the same time offers more directed interpersonal social skills, transition and life skills and an appreciation of group touring and adventure travel. The Weekender Program offers school year weekends, day events, and vacation programs designed to foster peer relationships and enhance social skills.
Contact Number: 973/732-3226

Summit Clinical Associates LLC

Kristina Vacha, LCSW, MSS, MA Applied Behavior Analysis, LBS
Therapist, Behavior Support Specialist
36 East Front Street
Above all else I am a good listener. I will give you the time and space to share your story and together we will explore your concerns and how you would like to address them. Using evidence based interventions including behavioral interventions and/or cognitive behavioral therapy I can assist you and/or your family member with ASD with issues related to anxiety and depression, life transitions, relationships, family dynamics, self-care/caregiver burnout, work/employment stress, and improving your overall well-being. I can help you understand the diagnosis and address related concerns such as accessing services, comorbid diagnoses, school truancy, transition to independent living, contact with law enforcement, and sexuality. I have additional training in trauma-informed care, LGBTQ, and suicide prevention. I also offer therapy to successful professionals with social anxiety and/or Asperger Syndrome. I am available for private therapy appointments at Building Bridges in Media PA. I am available for home and community behavioral support and/or counseling services for transitioning teens and adults 21 and up either through private pay arrangements (sliding scale available) or under state funded waivers through several approved provider agencies.



The Pathway School

Diana Phifer
Director of Admissions & Marketing
162 Egypt Road
The Pathway School is an approved private school serving students age 5-21 with Autism, significant learning, executive functioning and mental health needs. Staff utilizes evidence based tools to provide a multi-sensory learning environment in a therapeutic setting. Related service professionals support an interdisciplinary approach towards our mission of increasing independence in students.

The Pathway School provides a 6-week Extended School Year program allowing students to enjoy time with their existing friends and make new ones while developing skills that will increase their independence academically, socially and emotionally. Themed learning promotes creative thinking, flexibility and problem solving through hands-on learning and community integration.
Contact Number: 610-277-0660 ext 289

The Quaker School at Horsham

Alex Brosowsky
Head of School
250 Meetinghouse Rd
For over thirty years, The Quaker School at Horsham (TQS) has been a haven for children with social, emotional and academic challenges. Our peaceful Quaker community is a place where children who have not previously experienced school success blossom socially, academically and behaviorally. With a 4:1 student to teacher ratio and an emphasis on community building, students can increase their social skills and develop a positive self-image. All of our classrooms are sensory friendly, while language, social skills and integrated occupational therapy are built into every lesson. Students at TQS receive a personalized education and love school because they feel included and successful. Parents love TQS because their children are happy. Please visit our website ( for more information or call 215-674-2875 to schedule a visit.

Our Summer Enrichment Program (SEP) is designed for children with learning disabilities who need help retaining and reinforcing skills in language arts, mathematics and social skills. Each child will receive individualized enrichment and reinforcement taught in very small groups. Our program is designed with academic enrichment in the mornings and recreational activities in the afternoons, including swimming, art, drama, music, wood shop, technology and weekly field trips.
Contact Number: 215-674-2875

Therapy Bridges

Elizabeth "Beth" Pfeiffer
5940 Hamilton Boulevard
Therapy Bridges provides private and school based occupational, physical, and speech therapy services for both children and adults. Our mission is to provide quality services that are contextually focused and use best practice. We believe it is essential to implement assessment and intervention processes that support the child or individual, as well as their families in enhancing quality of life and participation in meaningful daily activities and interactions. Services are individualized to the needs of the client and involvement of families/caregivers and school personnel is viewed as essential. We value evidence-based practice and support research and training of future therapists necessary to implement best practice. Our therapists have advanced training in: Sensory Integration, Neuro-development treatment, Myofascial Release, Listening programs, Vision therapy, Yoga, Feeding & Social Skills interventions.

Social Skills Groups

Contact Number: (610) 395-2880

Valley Forge Educational Services and Adult Employment Services

Juliann Jaffe
Director of Marketing and Communications
1777 North Valley Road
Valley Forge Educational Services (VFES) offers a continuum of educational, summer and employment-related programs for people with disabilities. The hallmark of our programs is our collaborative and holistic approach to each child, adolescent and adult, recognizing his or her unique abilities and needs through team efforts. Individuals of all ages come to learn, share, appreciate and respect one another while developing skills necessary for success. We are committed to helping students and participants develop a strong sense of self-worth to realize their value as contributing members of their communities.

Parent Education Series. Resource Fairs. Camp Expo. Adult Employment Services, CWS provides recreational and leisure activities for adults with disabilities.

Summer Matters offers educational and recreational programming for young people, 5-21 years of age, with learning challenges and special needs. Programs include Summer L.I.F.E., three ESY programs, respite and recreation programs and a Vocational Immersion Program, all of which build on participant's interests to help them succeed, learn and grow.
Contact Number: 610.296.6725 x116
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