The NY Transit Museum is again, offering unique, 10-week social skill programs for children ages 7-12 on the autism spectrum who have a passion for trains & transit. Subway Sleuths uses children’s interest in transit to help them navigate social experiences with peers.
To be considered for the program, interested students must attend a fun, 30 minute observation session at the Transit Museum in Downtown Brooklyn on one of the following dates:
Tue 1/29 – for 7-9 year olds interested in the Tue afterschool sessions
Wed 2/6 – for 10-12 year olds interested in the Wed afterschool sessions
Sat 2/2 – for 8-10 year olds interested in the Sat morning sessions
Contact Julie: firstname.lastname@example.org with your child’s name, age, grade level & school and we’ll get him or her set up for observation date.
Click here for program flyer!
All groups meet weekly for 10 weeks. Weekday groups begin at 4:15pm and Saturday group begins at 10:00am
Cost: $350 for 10 weeks. Scholarships available to families in need.
Subway Sleuths is supported by a generous grant from Autism Speaks
Outreach & Promotion, Subway Sleuths
New York Transit Museum