QSAC - Quality Services for the Autism Community

Welcome to QSAC!

QSAC is a New York City and Long Island based nonprofit that supports children and adults with autism, together with their families, in achieving greater independence, realizing their future potential, and contributing to their communities in a meaningful way by offering person-centered services.

QSAC pursues this mission through direct services that provide a supportive and individualized setting for children and adults with autism to improve their communication, socialization, academic, and functional skills.

OUR IMPACT

For more information on the many ways in which QSAC has an impact on the autism community, please click the link below.

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Batter up! at the bethpage stadium

Batter Up! is a charity softball game that brings together QSAC supporters and the Oyster Bay Cove Police Benevolent Association (PBA) to mobilize community leadership on autism issues. The event provides support for the important work that QSAC does for the autism community of New York City and Long Island.

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Support groups

Our support groups provide a forum for parents to share the successes, disappointments, and anxieties that arise from caring for a child with autism (offered in English and Spanish).

For more information please call (718) 7-AUTISM, ext. 2060.

Click here to view full details and dates for our training/support groups.

Latest News
May 19th
On Saturday, May 31st in NYC, the Sprout Film Festival will be presenting an autism-friendly screening of 7 short films featuring people on the autism spectrum. The program, ON THE SPECTRUM, will take place at 2:00pm on Saturday, May 31st at the…
May 14th
As a clinician who works every day with parents of children with autism, I see and hear how hard it is for parents to deal with the stress of raising a child with autism. When it is hard for their son or daughter to start something new, learn a social int…
May 5th
When I was younger all of my behaviors were due to the stress around me. Today when I don’t manage things effectively I become stressed out and confused. My environment then becomes an issue which can be both good and bad. During those times it&rsqu…
April 24th
Koeppel Subaru in Queens and Subaru’s corporate office have donated nearly $7,000 to support QSAC’s programs for the autism community. Koeppel Subaru selected QSAC as a local charity to benefit from Subaru’s Share the Love Event — …
April 22nd
By Catherine Falleo, M.S.Ed., SAS, SDA, and Anya K. Silver, M.A., BCBA For typical developing children, the process of reaching independence in adulthood seems to come naturally. However, this is not so for individuals with an autism spectrum disorder (AS…
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