Rockland County Joins Forces with Rockland BOCES to Boost Preschool Programs for Children with Disabilities

Rockland County Executive Ed Day, along with key officials, have approved a partnership between the County Department of Health and Rockland BOCES. This collaboration will establish specialized preschool center-based programs for children with disabilities.

The initiative aims to provide tailored education, therapeutic interventions, and vital support systems to help these children thrive. Rockland County is committed to ensuring every child’s access to quality education and support, reinforcing its dedication to inclusivity.

Purchasing Director Paul Brennan emphasized the power of collaboration in achieving this goal, and Rockland BOCES Chief Operating Officer Amy Albers expressed excitement about the joint effort. District Superintendent Christopher D’Ambrese emphasized the positive impact this partnership will have on the lives of these children and their families.

The resolution approval marks the start of the planning and implementation phase, with the shared goal of enhancing early childhood education services for children with disabilities in Rockland County. This partnership holds the promise of transforming the lives of young learners in the region, empowering them to reach their full potential.

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