BRINGING THE COMMUNITY TOGETHER

Annual Public Report

Our Programs

Leisure Time I & II And Leisurely Yours Recreation Programs

What is Leisure Time?


Three therapeutic recreation programs for developmentally disabled where recreational therapist engage participants, referred to as "consumers" in fun activities that further develop skills in socialization and daily living activities.

Who are Program Participants?


The participants are developmentally disabled adults, who reside in the Bronx.

When are the Programs Held?


Tuesday & Thursday 5p.m. – 9:30p.m.
Saturday; 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

What do Participants Receive?


Participants receive fellowship; Social Outings; Arts and Crafts; Physical Fitness; and Dance classes.

Special Program Components:

  • Bus Transportation Services
  • Evening Meals
  • Monthly Trips
  • 1 Monthly Birthday Celebrations

Leisurely Yours After School

What is Leisurely Yours After-School?


Leisurely Yours After School is a homework assistance and recreation program for twelve to twenty year old school enrolled participants.

Who are Program Participants?


The participants must be Developmentally Disabled and attend a state accredited school.

When is the Program Held?


The program is held Monday – Friday from 3pm until 6:30pm. It follows the New York City school calendar.

What do Participants Receive?


Participants receive assistance with their homework, socialization with peers and arts and crafts, and music and dance.

Best of Me

Best of Me


located at 751E 161st, Bronx, New York 10456.

Who are Program Participants?


Enrollment is open to individuals who are 18 years of age or older who have aged out of public school,have a primary diagnosis of Intellectual Disability, and have Medicaid or are Medicaid eligible.

When is the Program Held?


The program operates daily Mondays through Fridays from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm.

What do Participants Receive?


Core services include clinical services, behavior management, transportation, work readiness skills, community service and community inclusion and integration.

United Day Habilitation

United Day Habilitation


located at 3289 Third Avenue, Bronx, New York 10456.

Who are Program Participants?


Enrollment is open to individuals who are 18 years or older who have aged out of public school, have a primary diagnosis of Intellectual Disability, and have Medicaid or are Medicaid eligible.

When is the Program Held?


The program operates daily Mondays through Fridays from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm.

What do Participants Receive?


Core services provided are community service opportunities, life skill training, independent living skill development, transportation, lunch, behavior management, clinical services, gym and recreational activities.

Medicaid Service Coordination

Medicaid Service Coordination


Service coordination assists individuals diagnosed with intellectual disability from three years of age and older with gaining access to services and supports appropriate to their needs. MSC is provided by qualified service coordinators and uses a person-centered planning process in developing and implementing an Individualized Service Plan. Service is provided seven days per week to individuals who have Medicaid or are Medicaid eligible.

Vacation Club

What is the Vacation Club?


The Vacation club is a respite program that engages participants in various activities while on break from school.

Who are Program Participants?


The participants are developmentally disabled consumers twelve to twenty-on years old who are enrolled in a State Accredited school.

When is the Program held?


The program is held during winter recess and spring break. The hours are from 8am until 6:30pm.

What do Participants Receive?


Participants receive arts & craft, music and dance uninterrupted supervision, socialization with peers and gymnasium activities, and table top games.

Special Program Components:

  • Bus Transportation Service
  • Meals
  • Community outings

Project Career Evening Program

What is Project Career?


Project Career is an extended day program for participants whose caregivers work or have to engage in other family related activities.

Who are Program Participants?


Program participants are developmentally disabled adults twenty-one and older who are Bronx residents.

When is the Program Held?


The program is held September through June. It operates Monday through Thursday from 2:30pm until 6:30pm.

What do Participants Receive?


The participants are engaged in arts and crafts, socialization with peers, and social outings once a month.

Special Program Components:

  • Bus Transportation Services
  • Evening Meals
  • Monthly dinning out
  • Community Walks
  • Computer Lab
  • Exercise Room

Sports Program

What is the Sports Program?


The Sports program is a basketball and cheerleading league. It is composed of developmentally disabled adults twenty-one and older. Who are enrolled in day habilitation programs.

When is the Program Held?


The program operates September through June.

What do participants receive?


Participants receive physical fitness, socialization and participation in refereed stop-clock games.

Special Program Components:

  • Refreshments
  • Practice Games
  • Basketball Camp
  • Cheerleading Camp
  • Playoff Championship Games
  • Championship Dance

Accent Café

What is the Accent Café?


The Accent Café is an extended day program for Bronx residents whose caregivers work or have to engage in other family related activities.

Who are Program Participants?


The program participants are Developmentally Disabled adults twenty-one and older, who attend day program.

When is the program Held?


The Accent Café operates Mondays and Wednesdays year round from 3:00pm until 6:30 pm.

What do Participants Receive?


Participants receive arts and crafts, Physical fitness and music lesson from a music instructor.

Special Program Components:

  • Bus Transportation Services
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Evening Meals
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