Resources for Students
with Learning Issues

Independent Schools that
in Learning Issues

The Churchill School
301 East 29th Street
New York, N.Y. 10016

Mary McDowel Friends School
20  Bergen Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Poly Prep Country Day School
9216 Seventh Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11228

Winston Prepatory  School 
126 W. 17th Street
New York City, NY 10011

Evaluations and Support Services

SUNY College of Optometry
University Eye Center 

33 West 42nd Street New York, NY 10036
(between 5th and 6th Avenues) 
(212) 938-4001

Comprehensive Vision Evaluations for Children

The Learning Disabilities Unit at the UEC

The ADHD clinic or developmental clinic at Bellevue Hospital

Brooklyn Learning Center

Child Mind Institute
445 Park Avenue (entrance on 56th Street)
New York, NY 10022

NYU Child Study Center

The Yellin Center for Student Success

Fordham University

the Hallowell Center

Learning Disabilities Association of New York City
750,000 older teens, young adults and adults in New York City struggle daily with moderate to severe learning disabilities. Although entitled to special services when they are in school, New Yorkers with learning disabilities lose these services when they leave school, so they often struggle to advance in life. By assisting with life, education and job readiness, LDANYC helps these New Yorkers grow from learning challenged to learning enabled.

Which professionals can legally provide a diagnosis of 
LD and/or ADHD?
This article is infrmative and very enlightening.

College Applications for Students
who Require Accommodations 

Top College Consultants
"we can help find a school that will be a great match for you – whether you’re a straight-A, B, or C student. Eric Endlich, Ph.D. founded TCC to improve access to college for everyone, including students with emotional, learning, and developmental differences." -- Eric Endlich, Ph.D. founder of TCC