Who We Are

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Rebecca School is a therapeutic day school for children ages 4 to 21, promoting the education and development of children with neurodevelopmental delays of relating and communicating, including autism spectrum disorders.


We utilize the Developmental Individual Differences Relationship-based (DIR®) model. The DIR® Methodology developed by Dr. Stanley Greenspan proceeds from the core belief that relationships are the foundation of learning. At Rebecca School, we consider the variations in individual motor and sensory processing systems and tailor each child’s program to his or her specific needs.

What's New

Our Music Therapists at Mid-Atlantic Regional Music Therapy Conference!
Posted on March 25, 2015

Our Music Therapy department attended and presented at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Regional Music Therapy Conference in Ocean City Maryland this past weekend, over 660 music therapists and music therapy students were in attendance! Stacey taught a continuing education class, “Finding Freedom at the Piano:Expanding Clinical Improvisational Skills through Innovative Methods” providing theoretical and experiential instruction. Zach […]

Registration is Open! DIR® Conference 2015!
Posted on February 23, 2015

PLEASE JOIN US FRIDAY APRIL 24, 2015 for the Rebecca School 2015 DIR® Conference! This year’s theme is “Respecting Autism in a DIR School,” and we host it here at Rebecca School in New York City. Keynote speakers include: Dr. Gil Tippy & Dr. Stephen Shore with Jeff Guenzel from ICDL to introduce the speakers. Click here to […]

Join Us For the 7th Annual Reelabilities Film Festival!
Posted on February 23, 2015

JOIN REBECCA SCHOOL AT THE NYC PREMIERE OF AUTISTIC LIKE ME: A FATHER’S PERSPECTIVE Dir. Charles Jones / USA, 2014, 82 min, Documentary A candid portrait of the fathers and male caregivers of children with Autism. Dispelling the archaic idea that “big boys don’t cry,” a group of fathers open up to each other about […]