QSAC offers a variety of person-centered services for adults with autism spectrum disorders. From day habilitation and residential services to vocational services and emergency respite for caregivers, QSAC's programs foster independence, provide excellence in care, and give support and guidance to individuals and their families.
Services for Children and Students
QSAC's services for children with autism spectrum disorders include early childhood services for children between the ages of 0 and 5, a day school in Queens and The Bronx for children between the ages of 5 and 21, after school programs throughout New York City, a respite program, evaluations, and more.
Support Groups and Trainings
At QSAC, our goal is to help all caregivers improve the independence and quality of life of their loved ones. In addition to a sibling support group and parent training group, we also offer various workshops and trainings for those who care for or live with individuals with autism. QSAC also offers training programs for educators, nonprofits, and government agencies.
QSAC's Center for Professional Development (CPD) is committed to fostering communities that are supportive and inclusive of children and adults with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Through meaningful programming, we seek to increase the capacity of educators, social workers, behavior analysts, school administrators, guidance counselors, mental health professionals, and other education and clinical professionals to be agents of change and leading advocates for the rights of individuals with autism and their families.