• Special Needs Ability Program (SNAP)

    SNAP offers a multitude of resources to the Sanford and Deltona area and beyond including: Parent Information & Support Group: Meets every other Thursday evening for dinner, workshops, parent information and support. Childcare is also provided. Workability Program: Hire special needs individuals to perform work in the community. Lawn Care Read more [...]

  • Exceptional Families – Patrick Air Force Base

    Exceptional Families Member Program What is EFMP? Mandatory enrollment program that works with the medical community and key community agencies to identify Active Duty (AD) military member who have family members with special educational or medical needs. Who’s an Exceptional Family Member (EFM) ? An EFM is a dependent of an Read more [...]

  • OCA – Opportunity, Community, Ability

      OCA was founded by parents, teachers, therapists and members of the community who know that school-aged children and adults with Autism and other disabilities need more opportunities to engage in age-appropriate activities with their typical peers. We offer Special Olympics Training, Therapies, After-School Programs, Camps, Adult Vocational Training, Saturday Events, and other Read more [...]

  • APH Central Florida Early Steps

    The Howard Phillips Developmental Center for Children & Families serves young children (0-36 months of age) and provides information and support to help parents access necessary services for their children and family such as: Case Management, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Behavioral Therapy, Early Intervention Services and much, much Read more [...]

  • BrightStart Pediatrics

    BrightStart Pediatrics is a PPEC center (Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care) – a nursing and therapy center for medically fragile infants and children up to five years of age. BrightStart PPEC centers are clean, friendly environments and unlike any other in the area. In our uniquely designed centers, care is provided Read more [...]

  • 211 – Help Me Grow

    211 offers care coordination for families through the Healthy Me Grow and other programs. Free online screenings and links to appropriate services are provided. There are no income requirements and bilingual support is available. It’s a free service in Orange, Osceola and Seminole Counties. Call 211 Text line 898-211 (text Read more [...]

  • Kim Rust, MSW, MA, LCSW

      In-home PLAY Autism Intervention Services in Volusia, Seminole, Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Sumter and Flagler Counties. In-office family and individual counseling is also available.    

  • Family Learning Program

      The Family Learning Program is a non-profit outpatient program offering psychological treatment and support to families who have experienced sexual abuse. FLP has provided these services for over 24 years at no charge for all members of the family including child and adolescent victims, siblings, and non-offending caregivers. FLP Read more [...]

  • The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project

    The MORGAN project is a national, community-based orgaination of voluteers whose mission is to promote awareness and facilitate support of parents caring for their children with speical health cared needs, and to to enhance the quality of life for these special families. Sensorium – One of a kind, safe climate Read more [...]

  • Toni Jennings Exceptional Education Institute-UCF

    TJEEI is for the preparation and retention of exceptional student education teachers and related professional educators who serve children and adults with special needs. The Toni Jennings Exceptional Education Institute and Central Florida partners provide access to information, resources and opportunities for UCF faculty and students, and families with children Read more [...]