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Cooking Classes for Kids with Special Needs on Long Island

Cooking Classes for Kids with Special Needs on Long Island


  
A roundup of cooking classes for kids with special needs on Long Island
    

If your child has expressed an interest in learning to cook, check out these programs on Long Island that offer cooking programs for children and teens with special needs.
    

Celebrations in the Kitchen 

63 E. Old Country Road, Hicksville
516-396-2193
celebrationsinthekitchen.com

This party service offers baking events for children and adults with special needs. It provides hands-on baking experiences for participants in a kitchen environment. Each guest makes their own creating, from kneading, rolling, and cutting sugar cookie dough to stretching pizza dough for a personal pie. The projects allow people of many capabilities to focus while being creative, and enjoy the final baked results, recognizing their own sense of accomplishment.
    

LilChefs.com Special Events 

Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Bronx, Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Rockland, New Jersey
516-338-0552
lilchefs.com
[email protected]

Chef Paula offers hands-on workshops and birthday parties at your location for ages 3-14 that include chef hats and aprons, as well as a personalized recipe booklet specific to the event, for each young chef. All parties and workshops are conducted in an inclusive environment, and Chef Paula can customize an event specifically for children with special needs, geared toward different abilities. Recipes can also be created for various dietary needs, and every event includes multi-sensory components relating to sight, smell, touch, taste, and sound.
 

Sid Jacobson JCC 

300 Forest Drive, East Hills
516-484-1545
syjcc.org

The Special Needs Center offers a weekly Wednesday night cooking club for ages 18 and older to learn new recipes, how to cook with friends, and dine in a restaurant (once a month). It also offers three programs that include cooking components: Kehilla Kids Mini-Camp, a year-round recreation program for ages 3-13; Kehilla YA for ages 14 and older; and Sunday Rave Program, a socialization program for ages 14 and older. 
 

Suffolk Y JCC 

74 Hauppauge Road, Commack
631-462-9800
syjcc.org

The Butler Special Needs Center offers Emunah, an after-school program for ages 5-21 that focuses on group interaction and building socialization skills, which includes cooking classes, fitness, and more. It also offers Sunday Lunch Bunch in which ages 12-21 will learn to clean, cook, and work together to prepare a lunch to enjoy as a group, as well as full-day programs on school holidays that include swimming, fitness, and cooking components.
 

What’s Cooking?

30 E. Main St., Oyster Bay
516-922-COOK (2665)
whatscookingny.com

This culinary school offers a handful of 10-week cooking class sessions, workshops, cooking clubs, and parties for children of all ages. Children with special needs are welcome to enroll in any classes and workshops offered.

   

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