Elizabeth Seton Children’s Center
At Elizabeth Seton Children’s Center, excellence in care starts upon admission. Our children come to us from hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, social services agencies, physicians and directly from living with their families in the community. We begin by asking for pertinent information about your child’s needs to ensure that our programs and services will provide the best possible match. As part of getting to know your child we ask for information including, but not limited to:
We ask that our prospective parents and guardians take a tour of the children's center to see us at work, meet the teams and experience the quality of services we provide.
Elizabeth Seton Children’s School
Preschool and School-Age
Children are approved and enrolled at Elizabeth Seton Children’s School by the Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE) or Committee on Special Education (CSE) from the child’s district of residence. Prior to enrollment, parents are invited for a personal tour of the school. The following information is considered:
Children are approved and enrolled at Elizabeth Seton Children’s School based on a referral by their ongoing service coordinator. Prior to enrollment, parents are invited for a personal tour of the school. The following information is considered:
Elizabeth Seton Children’s Rehabilitation Center
Children come to Elizabeth Seton Children’s Rehabilitation Center based on a referral from a pediatrician or a sub-specialty physician, a home care link, a school or Early Intervention coordinator or a direct inquiry from a parent. Once introductions are made, a formal admission process takes place including an assessment by a member of our team best matched to the reason for the initial referral.
It is important to note that the provision of services is limited to those enrolled in Medicaid; those with private insurance must have it supplemented by Medicaid.
We treat children with a variety of physical and neurological disorders including, but not limited to, children who have: brain injuries, complex chronic and neuromuscular disorders, genetic anomalies and feeding-related challenges.
For more information, or to schedule an appointment, please call (914) 597-4114 or (914) 597-4109.
Do you have any questions?
Please contact us at 1 (833) 63-SETON