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  • broward mommies connection
    Welcome to our special place where you can enjoy playdates, moms night outs, family fun days, holiday parties & celebrations. We offer plenty of online support and lots of conversation! Develop new friendships in a warm and laid back atmosphere that feels "JUST LIKE HOME " ~~All children are life's little miracles~~

  • The Learning Center Preschool Boca Raton
    The Learning Center Preschool has consistently offered children and their parents a quality child care.For childcare information in Boca Raton, Florida, contact the Learning Center Preschool at 561-391-1140.

  • YouCanToo School
    School using ABA principles to treat children with autism and other developmental disabilities in St. Petersburg, Florida.

  • Autism Society of America Chapters in Florida
    Support in Florida for children and families.

  • Behavior Change.com
    Solutions for Acquiring New Skills and Decreasing Problem Behaviors.Dr. McGreevy has helped children and adults with disabilities in 13 states improve their skills and behavior by providing consultation and training to families, schools, and agencies.

  • Center for Autism and Related Disabilities
    Although we are called a Center, we are not a place where people with autism and related disabilities come to stay or to receive services. We are a community based program, which means our staff members travel to visit our constituents in their homes or schools or wherever assistance is requested. The state of Florida is divided by counties into six regions with CARD professionals serving each area (known as catchment areas). Because our program is funded by the Florida legislature, all of our services are free

  • Florida - Camp Endeavor, Inc.
    Camp Endeavor, Inc. is a privately supported, non-profit summer program designed and originated to serve deaf and hearing impaired youth.

  • Florida - Camp Thunderbird
    Early intervention is an important element in assisting people with disabilities. Quest offers a program, Quest Kids, that provides services for children who are diagnosed with autism, pervasive developmental disorder and other related disabilities. Quest Kids unites parents and professionals as a team to integrate school, home and community experiences into a comprehensive program for each individual child.

  • Florida-Family Network on Disabilities
    Family Network on Disabilities of Florida, Inc. is a statewide alliance of individuals with disabilities, special needs, or at-risk and their families. Our mission is to provide family-driven support, education, information, and advocacy.

  • Florida-Paladin Academy
    Paladin Academy Offers A Full Range Of Educational, Remedial, and Behavioral Programs.

  • Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind
    The Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind is a state-supported boarding school for eligible hearing-impaired and visually-impaired students pre-school through 12th grade. Founded in 1885, the School awards standard and special diplomas and prepares its graduates for a wide range of professional careers and trades. Each year, over three-fourths

  • Florida - Space Coast Early Intervention Center
    A nationally recognized not-for-profit pre-school and therapeutic center for children with and without developmental delays ages 18 months to five years, SCEIC began as a center for children with Down syndrome. However, from the beginning we realized a quality-inclusive intervention program can help all children.

  • Florida-The Institute for Child Health Policy
    The Institute for Child Health Policy, a state-wide Institution of Florida's State University System, was established in October 1986. The Institute for Child Health Policy has focused its attention on children in managed care with special a emphasis on children with special health care needs.

  • Individualized Support Program
    An early intervention program designed to respond to the individual needs of young children with autism and their families - located in Florida.

  • Learning Disabilities Association of Florida
    The Learning Disabilities Association of Florida is a nonprofit volunteer organization of parents, professionals, and LD adults. It is devoted to defining and finding solutions to the broad spectrum of learning issues.

  • Space Coast Early Intervention Center
    A nationally recognized not-for-profit pre-school and therapeutic center for children with and without developmental delays ages 18 months to five years, SCEIC began as a center for children with Down syndrome.

  • Summer Camps/special needs
    Florida offers a wide variety of camp activities to suit every interest - horseback riding, baseball, special needs, arts and crafts and lots more.

  • The Boggy Creek Gang Camp
    Hugs are part of the daily dietary requirements of The Boggy Creek Gang Camp. The campers develop special relationships with each other and with their counselors. Each child has the opportunity to just be and not feel different because of an illness or a disability.

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