Crossroads believes in the dignity and value of all students.
Crossroads believes in each student’s right to receive the most appropriate and effective education available.
Crossroads believes the most positive outcome for our students comes from the implementation of research and data-based teaching strategies.
Crossroads believes in the team approach to educate our students, and that parents, students, teachers, school administration and community members are equally important to achieve positive student outcomes.
To prepare individuals with and without developmental disabilities for life success within their family and community.
Crossroads Center for Children utilizes interventions from the field of applied behavior analysis (ABA), a branch of psychology and education with a foundation based on scientific analysis of human behavior and learning.
Every student we serve will achieve a full and productive life.
Educational programs rich with opportunities for incidental learning.
Dedicated Team Members working help children learn and find success.
We are committed to our families and their children’s education.
We serve students from birth to 12 years old through various program options.
We have been educating children for over fifteen years. Our goal is to create a place that engages each child.
Crossroads prides itself on the following:
Daily reporting on individual performance
Educational field trips and school presentations
Individual attention in a small-class setting
Learning program with wrap around daycare
Thematic lesson planning
Positive learning environment for your child
Learning & Fun
Through classrooms, therapy sessions, and child care, we want the kids to have fun!
We provide structured exercise and encourage students to try new, healthy foods.
Parents are encouraged to come in for team meetings and parent trainings.
Crossroads maintains a locked facility at all times.
Noah is nearly independent in dressing and toileting and so much more. Hope is priceless and what others took away from us in an already devastating situation, Crossroads Center for Children teachers and administrators gave back two-fold.
The Thompson Family
He’s now in high school and doing well and all the parent training, support, and amazing staff are the reasons he’s where he is today.
Crossroads Center for Children opened in Glenville, New York in 1998 as a private non profit school serving a small group of children diagnosed with autism. Today the school is located in Schenectady County and enrolls approximately 80 children from 20 school districts in the surrounding eight counties.