Information for Parents/Guardians


Upcoming Three Informational Town Hall Meetings: 

Please see below registration links for the three important Town Halls coming up on April 15th (Education), April 19th (transition to adult services) and April 22nd (final NYS Budget).


Also, click here for the Final 2021/22 NYS Budget Comparison Chart (4/8/21). 

Thursday April 15 @ 7 PM

Why do those with the most needs get the least?


Once again our children and our teachers were ignored by New York State. They have nothing to close the salary gap between public school teachers and our teachers even though our schools are part of the public school system-supplying for the schools cannot.

We WILL NO longer stand for this discriminatory treatment of Our children and educators.

Help us make the change!


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Monday April 19 @ 7 PM

Moving from School To Adult Services


What Do You Need to Do?

What are Adult Services?

A forum to hear from those who help on the transition and those who have made it safely to the other side


Thursday April 22, 7 PM

Budget Passed

What’s in, What’s Out


The answers supplied by

Sue Constantino*, Wini Schiff*, Nick Capoletti*


Send in your questions on the registration form or email

*Susan Constantino, President/CEO at Cerebral Palsy Association of New York State
*Wini Schiff, Associate Executive Director of Legislative Affairs, IAC (Inter Agency Council)
*Nick Capoletti, CEO, LIFEPlan CCO

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SAVE THE DATE: 2021 Virtual Citywide Legislative Breakfast

All five of New York City's Borough Developmental Disabilities Councils have joined together to address the NYS Budget for 2021-2022.  Hear from parents, DSPs, government and elected officials discuss issues pertaining to the needs of people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and have your voice be heard!


Our Kids are Your Kids Virtual Rally

The virtual rally for "Our Kids are Your Kids" was held on Wednesday, February 17, 2021. The rally was emotional, informative and necessary event for highlighting issues of concern for 853 schools and 4410 preschool programs. Many were touched by the challenges and experiences related by the parents. Even elected officials, some of whom spoke at the end, felt the impact of the stories that were shared. We invite you to view a recording of the rally by clicking here or on the image below.


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