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    Gigi’s Playhouse Tampa

    Programs at GiGi’s Playhouse offer foundational learning opportunities for individuals with Down syndrome, their families and the community.  Click here to learn more about how GiGi’s Playhouse is Changing the Way the World Views Down Syndrome. Goals for each GiGi’s Playhouse program: Create opportunities for parent networking and provide educational tools. Instill high expectations for Read more [...]

  • St Mark’s School

    WE help each child to reach their potential and to develop thinking skills, creativity and self discipline to be lifelong learners and responsible citizens. Students enjoy working cooperatively with others using hands-on activities. Gifted, ADHD, Asperger’s, SLD and average students benefit by attending this school.

  • Visual Health and Learning Center

    Specialty optometric practice dedicated to diagnosing and treating vision problems that interfere with reading, learning and activities of daily living. Does your child struggle with reading or schoolwork? We treat the cause, not the symptom.

  • BASS ABA Therapy

    An Individualized Approach to Independence Our approach to ABA therapy seeks progress for your child through our family-focused centers. At BASS, we aren’t just working with your child. We spend time getting to know the family to make sure every question is answered. Your child will love learning in our enthusiastic atmospheres, and you’ll love Read more [...]

  • Buddy Baseball – Tampa Bay

    Buddy Baseball is a non-competitive recreational league serving the Tampa Bay community for boys and girls ages 8 to 22 with special needs. Each player is paired with a buddy to assist them as needed on the field and in the dugout. The league fosters friendships and breaks down barriers giving special needs children the Read more [...]