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Is Your Child Struggling in School?

Is Your Child Struggling in School? by Jennifer Disch, EdS, Engage the Brain Whether you are a helicopter parent who has all your child’s internet website passwords memorized, or a free-range parent who allows your 5-year-old to commute to a friend’s house by public transportation (or Uber!), or fall somewhere in between, you are a [...]

By | April 16th, 2018|Child Development|Comments Off on Is Your Child Struggling in School?

Accessible & Enjoyable

Accessible & Enjoyable The Museum Of Science and Industry (MOSI) has been among the first in the Tampa Bay Community to develop accommodations and programming with the intent to make its venue more accessible and enjoyable for those with developmental disabilities. For the past decade, cultural institutions like MOSI, all over the country, have been [...]

By | April 16th, 2018|Camp, Sensory|Comments Off on Accessible & Enjoyable

Children First PPEC Medical Center

ChildrenFirst PPEC Medical Day Care This is not just care for the day… it’s care that lasts throughout your child’s growth and development! ChildrenFirst PPEC is here for you every step of the way. Our exceptional nursing, therapy and education programs are unique to ChildrenFirst. Along with nursing and PT, OT and ST, we provide [...]

By | April 16th, 2018|Child Development|Comments Off on Children First PPEC Medical Center

Four Must-Have Documents

Four Must-Have Documents Without them your family is at risk. by Paul Lemieux, Esq, The Slonim Law Firm, PA Whenever I’m out and about in town and I’m asked what I do for a living, I mention that I’m an estate planning attorney. The common response I get back is, “I won’t need your services, [...]

By | April 16th, 2018|Adult Support, Advocacy|Comments Off on Four Must-Have Documents

School Choice Programs Are Accountable to Students, Parents & Taxpayers

School Choice Programs Are Accountable to Students, Parents & Taxpayers By Center Academy School accountability has been a hot topic in the Florida legislature during the 2018 session. While a few schools that were investigated or closed by the state have recently been highlighted in the press, the vast majority of school choice programs have [...]

By | February 22nd, 2018|Education|Comments Off on School Choice Programs Are Accountable to Students, Parents & Taxpayers

Children First PPEC Medical Center

ChildrenFirst PPEC is here for you every step of the way. Our exceptional nursing, therapy and education programs are unique to ChildrenFirst. Along with nursing and PT, OT and ST, we provide a daily experience in early childhood education, centered around the developmental needs of your child. ChildrenFirst is the only PPEC in the U.S. [...]

By | February 14th, 2018|Child Development|Comments Off on Children First PPEC Medical Center

GiGi’s Playhouse – Changing the Way the World Views Down Syndrome

GiGi's Playhouse - Changing the Way the World Views Down Syndrome GiGi’s Playhouse is a network of Down Syndrome Achievement Centers with the mission to change the way the world views Down syndrome through community campaigns, educational programs, and by empowering individuals with Down syndrome and their families. GiGi’s Playhouse Tampa will make a lifetime [...]

By | January 4th, 2018|Down Syndrome|Comments Off on GiGi’s Playhouse – Changing the Way the World Views Down Syndrome

Learn About Health Insurance Options

Learn About Health Insurance Options by Aaron Nangle I got my new insurance premium and Ouch!!  It has officially surpassed my mortgage payment. This is what made me seriously look into my health care options. In hopes that nobody has to live in a tent to be able to pay for health insurance, I'm sharing [...]

By | November 22nd, 2017|Adult Support|Comments Off on Learn About Health Insurance Options

Is Your Child Struggling in School?

Is Your Child Struggling in School? by David Karch, Learning Specialist at Engage the Brain Whether you are a helicopter parent – who has all your child’s Internet website passwords memorized, a free-range parent – who allows your five year old child to commute to a friend’s house by public transportation (or Uber!), or fall somewhere [...]

By | November 1st, 2017|Autism, Education|Comments Off on Is Your Child Struggling in School?

Making the Transition

by BAC Brevard Achievement Center Making the Transition - High School to the "Real World" is Elementary at BAC Chances are that if your son or daughter is still too young for high school, you haven’t thought much about what he or she will do after graduation. But you should. Exceptional Student Education (ESE) high [...]

By | August 1st, 2017|Adult Support, Autism, Education|Comments Off on Making the Transition