Parents’ Resources

When it comes to special needs, word-of-mouth is often the best way to learn about new programs, tutors, caregivers, camps, etc. Members of Summit’s staff and our Parents’ Association have compiled a list of resources that may be of interest to you. These organizations are not affiliated with nor endorsed by The Summit School. If you have any questions about these resources or more, please call your child’s clinician.

Click on each item listed for more information.

If you have other resources you believe would be valuable to our community, please email us at


Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism Association

Child Mind Institute

Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD)

CogniTech Cafe’s FREE Assistive Technology Support Program

Fay J. Lindner Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities


Learning Disabilities Association of America

National Center for Learning Disabilities

New Frontiers In Learning

NYU Child Study Center

Parent To Parent of New York State

Stony Brook School of Medicine Neuropsychology Service

UJA-Federation of New York


14th Street Y

92nd Street Y

Big Apple Day Program (BADP)

JCC Manhattan

Samuel Field Y (Queens, New York)

Sid Jacobson JCC (East Hills, Long Island)

Socialsklz :-) Workshops

Summit Camp Weekender Program
[This program is not associated with The Summit School.]

TechKids Unlimited

Teenz In The City

Webinar on Assistive Technology for Mac
[Published by The Kildonan School, a leading educational institution serving students with dyslexia. Some AT highlights include: Mac-based flash cards, AT mobile apps, and seminar roundups listing additional resources.]

Internet Safety Resources

What Is Cyberbullying and How to Stop It


Review Lab's Online Safety Resource Guide


Common Sense Media

Stop Cyberbullying


NetSmartz Workshop

Wired Safety

Make a Difference for Kids

Connect Safely

Enough is Enough

Safe Kids

Social Networking and Internet Safety Information for Parents