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JAFCO

Rebecca Salus
234 S. Bryn Mawr Ave.
Bryn Mawr
PA
19010
The JAFCO mission is to care for abused and neglected children and those with developmental disabilities in the Jewish community while working in partnership with families in the entire community. JAFCO was established in South Florida in 1992 and expanded to the greater Philadelphia community in 2014. Our vision is to provide a privately funded, model child welfare program which can be replicated by other communities around the country. While JAFCO was created to meet an unmet need in the Jewish community, it is our privilege and our responsibility to serve any child or family in need, regardless of their religious affiliation. The JAFCO Northeast Communities offices provides services including Family Strengthening (featuring clinical case management, in-home support and on-call crisis support), Foster Care and Adoptive family recruitment and licensing/home studies, Supervised Visitation, Kinship Caregiver support services and support services for families raising a child with a developmental disability, including a specialized support group for typical siblings of children with special needs. JAFCO works in collaboration with existing local agencies to provide an immediate, cost-free response to families in crisis while creating an additional safety net for children who are at risk of abuse or neglect.



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Jeffrey Naser & Associates

Terry Peura
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
1137 Lancaster Avenue
Berwyn
PA
19132
I am a pediatric nurse practitioner who provides initial psychiatric evaluations and medication management to kids age 5 years to 21 years of age. I also have a 11 year old son who is on the Autistic Spectrum. This has allowed me a special affinity for kids on the spectrum along with having relationships with various other practitioners who work with kids on the spectrum providing social skills, occupational therapy and other supports. Feel free to contact me at 610-647-3959 ext. 102

I am also interested in continuing to collaborate with professionals or parents in developing various social situations and opportunities for kids on the spectrum. Feel free to contact me at 610-647-3959 ext. 102

Contact Number: 610-647-3959 ext. 102

Kate McClain Social Skills / Quistic

Kate Mcclain
Founder of KMSS
102 Park Ave
Swarthmore
PA
19081
Kate McClain Social Skills & Quistic...paving the path to success for kids, teens, and young adults with emotional intelligence training for all ages through social skills groups, internships for teens, vocational programs for young adults, parent workshops, coaching for families and individuals, and more.

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Kesselman Clinical Associates

Paul Kesselman
Clinical Psychologist
237 W Lancaster Ave
Devon
PA
19333
Kesselman Clinical Associates is a group private practice that provides psychological counseling for children, adolescents, adults and families. We provide individual therapy , family therapy, group therapy and parent consultation. We see patients who are on the spectrum, those with anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, school issues, learning issues , ADHD, and various other issues. We also provide a social skills group for children in age ranging from 6-13. We also have a teen group for individuals ages 15-18 that provides a supportive atmosphere in which teens discover themselves, learn social and coping skills, and empower each other to make healthier decisions. In addition we offer an expressive arts therapy group and a back to school group to help children adjust back to the start of the school year.

Teen Group: A group where teens learn and practice social skills while processing their own social emotional experiences in their day to day lives. The focus of the group is in empowering teens to increase their social competence and confidence. This is a social skills group that helps to empower children and teach them how to increase their social skills and abilities. Specific skills focus on self-esteem building, problem solving, dealing with special issues such as bullying and teasing, and stress coping. Role playing is used in group to help children learn and practice skills. Each child receives a binder with useful materials theirs to keep. The Back to school group helps children transition back to school.

Expressive Arts Therapy Group for children 8-10 and 10-13 years old. Children will have the opportunity to use the creative arts to express their inner emotions. Children will use drawing, writing, and other forms of creativity to improve communication, increase social skills and enhance their self-esteem. Each child is given a binder of wonderful resources to Social skills group (8 week summer group) This is a social skills group that helps to empower children and teach them how to increase their social skills and abilities. Specific skills focus on self-esteem building, problem solving, dealing with special issues such as bullying and teasing, and stress coping. Each child receives a binder of therapeutic materials .
Contact Number: 610-687-8200