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Campers in the vocational training program receive community service volunteer hours for the work they do at camp Programs are inclusive and open to everyone; shadows and special accommodations available.Social Skills Classes and Going Places: Teens, a social club for teens with high-functioning autism.Support Services and Therapies JCC of Northern Virginia Educational workshops, programs, classes, resources and social clubs.Going Places: Teens, a social club for teens with high-functioning autism.An infant/toddler program in Fairfax; an early childhood center.Washington DC JCC: Consults with Learning Specialist; A Parenting Center Jewish Social & Recreational Activities with Parents JSSA (Jewish Social Service Agency): Provides a place for parents to find services and resources.Free high-quality expertly selected developmentally appropriate books; children can receive books that match their developmental level rather than their age.PJ Library books are through 8 years and PJ Our Way is for ages 9-11.
Formal day school education for students with a range of disabilities on two campuses (MJBHA and Torah School); includes both an inclusion-based model and pull-out services. Includes a range of programs including life skill and vocational training and a program for gifted LD (twice exceptional) students.Programs are inclusive and open to everyone; shadows and special accommodations available.Social skills classes and Jclub, an inclusive social program for all children in grades 5-7.Middle School and High School program located at MJBHA.Program includes both an inclusion-based model and pull-out services. Includes a range of programs including life skill and vocational training and a program for gifted LD (twice exceptional) students. Smith Jewish Day School: Educational Support Service Department includes learning specialists and provides support for students with mild to moderate language based learning disabilities, ADHD, mild anxiety disorders, high functioning Asperger’s. Berman Hebrew Academy: Special educators provide reading, math and Hebrew/Judaic support to students with a range of disabilities including dyslexia, dysgraphia, executive function issues and ADHD.
JSSA (Jewish Social Service Agency) A range of counseling services, social skills therapy and neuropsychological testing services for individuals with autism spectrum disorders, developmental delays, physical disabilities, emotional or behavioral challenges, social skills and relationship building disabilities, learning disabilities, ADHD, and other impulse disorders The Jewish Braille Institute provides free Jewish educational and liturgical reading materials to blind and visually impaired students.