Cyzner Institute serves a close-knit student body
in our Day School program. Our school calendar follows
a typical school year from late August to early June.
We have a rolling admissions policy and can accept
new students throughout the academic calendar year.
Please note some students may not matriculate into
a classroom right away as they may benefit from participating
in our 1:1 services first. Contact
Us for more information about our admissions procedure
and/or to schedule an initial consultation or site
visit. Site visits are conducted Mondays between 9:45am
Our Admissions procedure is
Meet with our Director and/or Director of Educational
Affairs to tour Cyzner Institute and share information
about our services and your childís needs. If you
have written medical, health care or educationally
related evaluations on your child, please bring them
with you. If we determine that our services may be
appropriate for your child, you will be given an admissions
packet if one has not already been sent to you via
email or mail. A date and time for the initial evaluation
and placement test for your child to work 1:1 with
our Director and Director of Educational Affairs can
be scheduled at this time or you may call to set-up
an appointment post this initial contact. For those
considering placement in our weekday school, you will
be asked to bring your child for a visit as part of
an observation prior to the evaluation and placement
When you bring your child for the evaluation, if you
have not already returned the paperwork, please provide
at that time your completed application and signed
"permission to share information" forms.
Please also bring a snack and a drink for your child
as well as favorite toys, books, etc. which are motivating
for your child. Please also be prepared to pay a fee.
All fees are provided in the admissions packet.
Our Director and Director of Educational Affairs will
review any previous evaluations your child may have
had with other professionals and then work with your
child one-to-one, observing his or her specific skill
development in different areas. A variety of assessment
tools are used depending upon a childís age, grade,
and needs e.g., whether in need of ABA services or
tutoring. If time allows, we will meet briefly at
the conclusion of the evaluation for an interpretive.
After the initial evaluation, a comprehensive report
is then written with recommendations. The report is
sent to the parents for review as long as payment
was provided at the time of the evaluation. Once a
family decides to enroll, a customized instructional
program is developed for the child whether attending
the 1:1 sessions or the Day School program.