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Clinical Services
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Speech Therapy
Speech Therapy
Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapy
Group Therapies
Individual or Group Therapies

Clinical Services at Atlas

AFA strives to have each child meet their unique potential as effective communicators and expert navigators of our world. An individualized (and multi-disciplinary) therapeutic program will be developed for each student to ensure success. We truly believe that there is not one approach that is "best", but the possibility for our students to achieve their "best" with an understanding of all approaches—giving us the option to "tailor" each student's therapeutic experience.

A hybrid assessment, including formal diagnostic testing as well as informal observations and parent/caregiver input will inform goal development as well as strengths and (relative) weaknesses which will, in turn, determine the appropriate therapeutic program necessary for each student. Clinical Documentation (including session notes) will be relevant and available at the parent's request. True communication between all treating therapists as well as other team members, will be fostered to ensure consistency, which naturally paves the way for progress.

Atlas Clinical Services
Speech Therapy


    (To help each child become a GREAT communicator!) for:

  • Speech Sound Disorders (Childhood Apraxia of Speech, Articulation/Phonological Disorders)
  • Oral Motor Skills/Feeding Difficulties
  • Receptive/Expressive Language Disorders
  • Pragmatic/Socialization Difficulties
  • Auditory Processing Difficulties
  • Phonemic Awareness/Pre-literacy Support

Occupational Therapy


    (To help each child appropriately process sensory information and navigate academic/environmental challenges) for:

  • Activities of daily living
  • Fine Motor Skills
  • Gross Motor Coordination
  • Core Body Strengthening
  • Visual/Perceptual Skills
  • Handwriting Skills
  • Proprioceptive Awareness

Fabulous sensory equipment generously donated by SouthPaw®

Handle Insitute


    HANDLE is an approach that is simple and non-invasive which is designed to enhance neurological systems that are causing learning or life difficulties

    Atlas director Amanda Friedman is Level 2 trained and available to incorporate elements of the program into students group time or for more intensive 1:1 sessions.


  • The Stanford-Binet test is a examination meant to gauge intelligence through five factors of cognitive ability. These five factors include fluid reasoning, knowledge, quantitative reasoning, visual-spatial processing and working memory.
  • WIAT:
  • The Wechsler Individual Achievement Test, or WIAT, is a test that measures a person's intelligence. The test can be taken by children and adults from age four to 85. Children and adolescents are often given the WIAT in order to identify areas where they may struggle or excel at in school.
  • The Vineland-II assesses adaptive behavior in four domains: Communication, Daily Living Skills, Socialization, and Motor Skills. It also provides a composite score that summarizes the individual's performance across all four domains.

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  • Atlas Summer Camp

    When schools are closed, Atlas is open! Program days run from 9:00am to 6:30pm with early drop off and late pick up available. Atlas programs adhere to both social and educational standards for students to build joyful relationships and gain the ultimate learning experiences while schools are not in session.

  • Atlas School Featured in NYMetroParents

    School for Children with Autism Creates Personalized Curriculum -- Students deepen social-emotional development and communication skills.

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