The first hour, Joys of Jesus, is focused on worship with great music, a practical biblical message and additional elements such as skits in which our guests are encouraged to be part of to reinforce the message of the evening. At 8pm, we close worship and begin the social hour of the evening with everything from dances, to movies and more! Attending both hours is not necessary to be part of the Joys experience, but if special needs preschool program do, you are guaranteed to have fun! Periodically throughout the year, Joys will also go off-campus for social activities such as seeing a Rays game or a water ski show.
Joys is open to those who range in age from 16 years to ageless. To register for our upcoming Joys of Jesus programming click here. James open to ALL families in the Tampa community and beyond, regardless of religious affiliation. James realizes the importance of families being able to attend Sunday worship TOGETHER. God’s Party is about celebrating God’s love for all of us. Sunday School class, reaches out to provide exciting, adaptive curriculum that teaches about God’s love, acceptance and His desires for our lives and takes place after their attendance in typical worship service. Both of these Sunday school programs are self-contained, but integration into a typical classroom setting or service is available with a companion for those who would succeed in such an environment.
This after school care program is for children having developmental disabilities ages 5-21. Groups meet daily after school under the direction a professionally supervised staff. New York City Board of Education transportation is provided from school to the Y and van transportation may be provided by the Y to the child’s home at the end of the day. Project Child is an after school program specifically designed to meet the needs of children ages 5-15 with learning disabilities, ADHD, and mild autistic spectrum disorders where children participate in educational, recreational and socialization experiences designed to enhance academic and social skills while boosting self-esteem.
We provide homework help, and a 3:1 child to staff ratio. This project is made possible by a grant from the J. A once monthly recreational program that meets on Sunday afternoons geared for high functioning and independent teens with developmental disabilities. We provide children having developmental disabilities with an exciting assortment of trips to places of interest on most school holidays and vacations throughout the year.
Our day camps specialize in serving children 5-21 who have developmental disabilities. Younger campers enjoy center-based summer camp programs at the Y’s Little Neck site while older campers have the adventure of full day summer camp experiences at the Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds. For more information please contact Robin Topol, ext. This youth summer camp program serves children with autism and other similar disabilities ages 5 – 21. Children participate in an array of educational, recreational and socialization activities following their summer school program.