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Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

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SCO’s intellectual and developmental disability services help children and adults achieve unlimited possibilities, with a focus on fostering independence. We offer residential schools and programs, day habilitation, and community supports.


The Christopher School

Residential Programs Residential & Day Schools

A New York State certified special education school that provides a therapeutic and residential setting for children with developmental disabilities Read More


Westbrook Preparatory School

Residential Programs Residential & Day Schools

The first residential New York State Regents junior/senior high school for students with Asperger syndrome, high functioning autism and related conditions. Read More


Robert J. McMahon Children’s Center

Residential Programs

RJMCC serves children and adolescents with developmental disabilities at its Residential Treatment Center and its certified special education school, the Tyree Learning Center Read More


Family Care

Community Supports Residential Programs

Specially trained families provide support and guidance to individuals with a developmental disability in a structured, stable environment. Read More


Intermediate Care Facilities

Residential Programs

ICFs are residences with 24-hour care for individuals with developmental disabilities that provide the highest level of care outside of a skilled nursing facility. Read More


Individual Residential Alternatives (IRA)

Residential Programs

IRAs are homes and apartments of 10 or fewer residents that prepare adults with developmental disabilities to become productive members of their communities. Read More


Supportive Individual Residential Alternatives

Residential Programs

Supportive IRAs are one or two bed residences for high functioning adults with developmental disabilities who do not require 24-hour supervision. Read More

We inspire

8,200

children and teens through academic, after-school, summer and work readiness programs

Last year, we placed

2,007

youth in employment, subsidized employment or internships