P.L.U.S. Group Homes is a not-for-profit agency that assists adults with developmental disorders. The agency provides…More housing and essential services via continuous staff presence, medical and psychiatric care, counseling, recreation and therapy. This Wantagh office can walk family members through the process of applying for placement in a home and obtaining services for a needy loved one.</p>
<p>The original concept of P.L.U.S. was started in 1985 by parents concerned for the well-being of their grown children living with autism. The program has grown to include six P.L.U.S. Group Homes in Nassau County. A seventh home is currently being developed in Levittown. </p>
P.L.U.S. Group Homes 2302 Pine St, Seaford, NY11783 This is the Seaford private residence of the P.L.U.S. Group Homes network. P.L.U.S. Group Homes is a non-profit agency…More that assists adults with developmental disorders. The agency provides housing and essential services via continuous staff presence, medical and psychiatric care, counseling, recreation and therapy. This particular home houses six adults living with autism. Five other P.L.U.S. Group Homes are located throughout Nassau County. In order to gain residency, applications and inquiries should be directed to the Wantagh P.L.U.S. office, located at 1228 Wantagh Ave.
Nassau BOCES Rosemary Kennedy School 2850 N Jerusalem Rd, Wantagh, NY11793 The Rosemary Kennedy School in Wantagh is affiliated with Nassau County Board of Cooperative Educational Services…More (BOCES). It serves students ages 9 to 21 with multiple and moderate to severe developmental disabilities including Autism Spectrum Disorders, Mental Retardation and Multiple Disabilities. The school's principal is John Picarello. Also connected to the Rosemary Kennedy School property on 2850 N. Jerusalem Rd. is the Center for Community Adjustment (CCA). The CCA is also affiliated with Nassau County BOCES and serves students ages 14 to 21 that are emotionally, behaviorally, or developmentally disabled to a mild or moderate degree. The CAA offers the Nassau Education and Treatment (NET) Program, Modified High School Program and Skills Enrichment Program. CCA specialty classes include physical education, art, music, computer learning center, and food trades. The school's principal is Chris Korolczuk.