Day Programs


Feinstein Clubhouse & Winetsky Bridges Center

The Hy Feinstein/Winetsky Day Center is a state-of-the-art day center funded by NYS Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD), the NYS Traumatic Brain Injury Medicaid Waiver Program, and the Nursing Home Transition and Diversion Waiver Program.

This Program is designed to help survivors of head injury and individuals with intellectual or physical disabilities recognize their skills and interests. Daily programming consists of structured activity centers including Art Therapy, Horticulture, Music/Choir, Cognitive Skills Development, Information Technology, Recreation and Sports, Activities of Daily Living, Preforming Arts, Culinary, and Relaxation Techniques such as Reiki, Yoga, Dance Therapy, Pet Therapy etc. During day program each individual is recognized according to his or her own interests, goals and abilities for the purpose of increasing their social, educational and career skills.

New Horizons Day Habilitation Program

The New Horizons Day Habilitation Program is a specialized program located within our state-of-the-art Day Center funded through the NYS Office of People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD). It is designed to meet the needs of young adults coming from school-based educational programs, with significant intellectual disabilities, medically frail, and/or challenging behaviors; including those with Autism, Epilepsy, and Cerebral Palsy.

Nurturing and supportive staff encourages family involvement at every step throughout the transition process. New Horizons provides programming that focuses on supporting the development of continuing education, social skills, communication, adaptive living skills and leisure activities. A variety of specialty programs such as Art Therapy, Horticulture, Recreation/Sports, Dance Therapy, Pet Therapy, Music Appreciation, and Computer Technology are offered through a highly structured schedule of activities. Behavioral support and relaxation activities that promote wellness and reduce anxiety are an integral part of the program.

For Admission & Information Call:

Admissions Specialist
(631) 543-2245 ext. 4243