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    Individuals who are generally between the ages of 18 and 25 depending on the ages that specific programs use for qualification.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Disease/Disability Care ServicesDevelopmental Disabilities Regional Offices (DDROs) are the starting point to apply for services. With an eye to enhanced oversight and quality improvement, the Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) has established regions that allow for better coordination of services with the State Office of Mental Health, State Department of Health and other agencies with whom we often partner in providing services.AlbanyDEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES REGIONAL OFFICES (DDRO)NEW YORK STATE OFFICE FOR PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (OPWDD)
    Disease/Disability Care ServicesDevelopmental Disabilities State Operations Offices (DDSOOs) administer and oversee state operations for the Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD), including the direct delivery of services and supports to people with developmental disabilities by state staff.AlbanyDEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES STATE OPERATIONS OFFICES (DDSOOs)NEW YORK STATE OFFICE FOR PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (OPWDD)
    Education/Training ServicesWildwood School is a private, not-for-profit day program for students between the ages of 3 to 21 with neurological impairments, complex learning disabilities, autism and other neurologically-based developmental disorders. SchenectadyWILDWOOD SCHOOLWILDWOOD PROGRAMS
    Support ServicesParsons Child and Family Center provides services through Office of Mental Health regarding outpatient program for young adults ages 16 to 30. These services are for those who had onset of psychotic symptoms within the last 2 years. Program offers medication management, individual/family therapy, supported education and employment, peer services, nursing, and 24/7 crisis availability.AlbanyON TRACK NEW YORKPARSONS CHILD AND FAMILY CENTER
    Support ServicesSchool-to-Work Transition Services provides assistance to students, families and school districts to evaluate and assist in making recommendations for developing and implementing effective transition services to meet student needs. Transition services include: assisting classroom instructional teams in the development of student's IEPs, providing technical assistance to ensure implementation of transition services of the IEP, presentation of workshops for school staff and students regarding transitional planning and issues regarding transitional planning, meeting with staff and students (and family) to provide support and assistance during the transition process, and providing information and referral assistance regarding the transition from school to adult community services. AlbanySCHOOL-TO-WORK TRANSITION SERVICESNORTHEAST CAREER PLANNING
    Youth Enrichment ServicesThe After-school Culture Arts Recreation and Education (CARE) program offers a full line of stimulating and enriching programs and Summer camp for ages 5-12 for six weeks full days. Some activities include music-dance classes, individual lessons or other opportunities for people who want to learn or perfect their skills in music composition and-or performance, chess instruction and computer instruction.AlbanyCULTURE ARTS RECREATION AND EDUCATION (CARE)TRINITY ALLIANCE OF THE CAPITAL REGION

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