About NSSA - The Nassau Suffolk Services for Autism

Nassau Suffolk Services for Autism is a nonprofit organization, incorporated in 1983, that provides programs to serve children, adults, and families touched by autism across Long Island. NSSA is best known for its Education Program, The Martin C. Barell School, but other programs include, Adult Services Day Hab, Consultation Services to school districts, In-Home Respite, Saturday Recreation, Summer Camp, and Assistive Technology.

Mission Statement:
Nassau Suffolk Services for Autism (NSSA) offers hope to people with autism and their families by providing high quality life-long support through services which enable people with autism to function better in everyday life. NSSA offers the most advanced treatment and training programs for the benefit of people with autism, and will continue to pioneer, through research, comprehensive treatment models which can be adopted nationally.


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