Early Intervention Program
Academic Instruction- This is a special education academic instructor to provide academic support to toddlers/children 3-5 years of age who are eligible for special education services.
Advocacy and Outreach
Assists parents and toddlers, children, and youth (0-26 years of age) learn and navigate the public school system.
Training and Workshops- Various workshops and trainings on your child's rights and your responsibilities. Internet 101 trainin to parents on how to utilize a computer to find information on the internet that will benefit your child and/or family.
Case Management Services- Individualized service that provide you with extra assistance and referrals on issues based on your child's/ family needs.
HYP (HUNE's Youth Program)
The Youth Program is a community based inclusion program that provides social, emotional, and academic support to eligible youth 14-21 years of age. We provide educational outside and indoor activities
FAMILIES TO THE MAX: Pennsylvania Statewide Family Network (Previously Project MAX) is a statewide network that provides continuous support and encourages leadership in families, in order to access all students to the general education curriculum and the PA Common Core Standards.
For more information:
or call the Project MAX Helpline: (215) 595-5866, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m
The mission of The Pennsylvania Deaf-Blind Project is to improve educational results for children and youth who are deaf-blind.
Hispanic Outreach Project (HoP)
The Hispanic Outreach Program (HoP) provides workshops
and information to Hispanic families of children and youth
with disabilities, youth with disabilities and/or
professionals who work with them.
The workshops and
information empower them in a culturally and linguistically
appropriate manner on the special education process,
IEP, other educational related topics and the power of
collaboration between the community, schools,
families, and youth.