Helping Hands

We can always use youth to help us out with landscaping, weeding, playground maintenance, painting projects, etc. Four members of Youth Squared came this Fall and spent an afternoon raking and bagging leaves. Much appreciated! An age range of teens through college aged would be a good fit for us. In addition to our outdoor needs, youth could help out as volunteers in classrooms and at the same time explore possibilities for career choices. We have on staff occupational therapists, physical therapists, psychologists and social workers, in addition to special education and general ed. teachers.

41 Werner Road
Clifton Park, New York 12065

Contacts:
518-664-5066
Sandy Rivenburg

www.helpinghands.org

Established in 1981, Helping Hands School is a nonprofit preschool program for children from age two through age five. We provide services to children of all abilities. Our goal is to meet the individual needs of each child and to foster readiness skills to maximize success in public school. A continuum of services for young children with disabilities, including various integrated and self-contained special educations classroom models and an intensive program for children with a diagnosis along the autistic spectrum. Also on campus is the Academy Nursery School for typically developing peers. We are a place where children of all abilities and learn and play together.

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