is a school for students ages 11-21 with special needs. Our program incorporates academic, social and vocational oppertunities throughout the school day.
of counseling, speech, occupational, physical, and art therapies are provided by Kulanu staff.
The Keren Eliana Parent Advocacy & Resource Center (PARC) is where professionals help families each step of the way throughout the maze of social, medical, educational, vocational, and recreational resources for children with special needs.
benefits from having the PARC staff provide seminars and training for parents and professionals.
Whether it be a camping experience or a fun day at our vacation respite, Kulanu’s Social Services Division offers “kids of all ages” a great day!
is comprised of Kulanu's Vocational Education Division and our Adult Services Division.
Kulanu works with each individual to discover their skills, aptitudes and interests, and then develop community based work experiences to meet their needs.
Vocational Department has partnered with over 80 local employers who assist our students in building their work place readiness skills and prepare for future employment.
Sunday, 12-11-2016 (6-9pm)
Kulanu’s Parent Advocacy & Resource Center (PARC) hosted it’s second Wrightslaw Special Education and Advocacy Conference at the JFK Hilton on Thursday November 10th featuring Pete Wright, Esq. Pete Wright is a nationally acclaimed special education attorney and co-founder (with his wife, Pam) of Wrightslaw, an educational program that provides hands-on literature and guidance to parents, attorneys and clinicians.
At the conference, over 85 attendees utilized the Wrightslaw publications in examining various legal statues and key information to make them better advocates for the children they represent.
Amy Eisenberg, Director of PARC and Social Services Divisions, introduced Pete to the crowd – and later highlighted some of Kulanu’s new developments which included the start-up of Day Services. She introduced Kulanu Works Adult Services participants who assisted as Kulanu ambassadors and conference escorts.
A huge success for “All of Us” at Kulanu!