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The ASERT Collaborative

Sarah Greer
Communications Specialist
3020 Market St, Suite 560
Philadelphia
PA
19104
The Autism Services, Education, Resources & Training Collaborative (ASERT) is a statewide initiative funded by the Bureau of Autism Services, PA Department of Human Services. The vision of the ASERT Collaborative is to connect existing resources and pockets of expertise to address the regional gaps in effective services and supports. More information about ASERT can be found at www.paautism.org. You can also contact us at info@paautism.org or 877-231-4244



Contact Number: 215-571-3183

The Center for Neuropsychology and Counseling, PC

James J. Stone
Dr.
1243 Easton Rd Ste 203
Warrington
PA
18976
Our team provides comprehensive services to improve the health and well-being of our clients. We work with clients of all ages, as individuals, couples, and families. Our clinicians are skilled therapists, evaluators and consultants. We will pin-point the issue and work with you to determine the best course of action through an effective treatment plan. Our highly-skilled clinicians provide therapy, evaluations, therapeutic groups, Cogmed training, and consultation to schools, courts and physicians. We are available for trainings and speaking engagements, as well.

Sometimes, reading the social messages that are all around us can be difficult. Our social skills groups help people learn what signals are important to pay attention to and how to read them. Whether its the expression on someones face, the tone of their voice, or just the way they are standing, understanding what others are trying to communicate beyond their words is critical to social success. Difficulty reading these cues can lead to anxiety and a fear of social interactions. Our groups can help by providing a safe place to learn and practice these skills with others who have similar concerns and lead to improved social interactions and self-confidence. For more information, call The Center at (215) 491-1119.

Contact Number: 215-491-1119

The Pathway School

Diana Phifer
Director of Admissions & Marketing
162 Egypt Road
Jeffersonville
PA
19403
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
Horsam
PA
19044
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 (www.quakerschool.org) 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
Allentown
PA
18106
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

University of Delaware

Anjana Bhat, PT, PhD
Associate Professor
540 S College Ave
Newark
DE
19713
Anjana Bhat, PT, PhD Associate Professor in Physical Therapy University of Delaware 540 S College Ave Newark, DE 19713

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Valley Forge Educational Services

Juliann Jaffe
Director of Marketing and Communications
1777 North Valley Road
Malvern
PA
19355
Valley Forge Educational Services (VFES) offers a continuum of school-year and summer educational programs and integrated clinical services. Our expertise in special education is practiced and proven daily. The hallmark of our programs and services is our collaborative and holistic approach to each individual child and young adult, recognizing his or her unique abilities and needs through synergistic team efforts. Each program fosters academic, therapeutic, social and emotional growth and sets a foundation to prepare students for a successful transition to work, post-secondary education and community living. Individuals of all ages come to learn and share, appreciate and respect one another, develop the skills needed to succeed in a career and realize their value as contributing members of the community. We are committed to helping each child and young adult develop friendships and a strong sense of self-worth as they work toward independence and success.

Parent Education Series. Resource Fairs. Camp Expo.

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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