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Postsecondary Opportunities for People With Disabilities

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ACCESS at Syracuse University
Onondaga Community Living (OCL)

518 James Street
Suite 110
Syracuse, NY

Provides inclusive college education to individuals with developmental disabilities. Each student creates their own educational plan and registers for classes of their choice under the guidance of a Syracuse University Academic Advisor. Classes are completely inclusive; ACCESS students participate …

Adult and Children HCBS Services

420 East Genesee Street
Syracuse, NY

Adult services include pre-vocational services, supported employment, ongoing supported employment, education supports, psychosocial rehabilitation, family support and training, and habilitation.Children's services include psychosocial rehabilitation, pre-vocational services, caregiver family …

College for Living
Onondaga Community College (OCC)

4585 West Seneca Turnpike
College for Living, Coyne Hall
Syracuse, NY

Offers courses and programs for adult students who have developmental disabilities. Services include non-credit courses and seminars, supplemental day habilitation, and transition services.

Home and Community Based Services (HCBS)

620 Erie Boulevard West
Suite 302
Syracuse, NY

Due to Covid-19, Circare must limit face-to-face contacts to ensure the safety of clients and our staff. For referrals for any of their programs, please call first so inquiries can be directed and addressed appropriately.Provides a variety of services for adults with mental illness and/or substance …

Syracuse University

300 Huntington Hall
Syracuse, NY

Provides a comprehensive and flexible individualized program at SU to support students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Stepping Toward Real-Life Independence and Vocational Excellence (STRIVE)
Le Moyne College

1419 Salt Springs Road
Syracuse, NY

Provides a residential college preparatory summer program for high school students who are blind or visually impaired.

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