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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.  Goals for each GiGi’s Playhouse program: Create opportunities for parent networking and provide educational tools. Instill high expectations for each participant to follow program routines and to fully participate in planned activities. read more

  • Outreach Autism Services Network (OaSN)

    Providing autism services to Marion County and surrounding counties (Alachua, Citrus, Lake, and Sumter) at no charge to the individuals, families and caregivers we serve. Support groups Resource guide for Marion County Referrals Summer camps Social skills classes

  • Is Able Children’s Foundation

    The Is Able Foundation was born from the life-saving miracle of baby Isabel Diaz. In September 2006 Isabel was diagnosed with a congenital heart defect called hypoplastic left heart syndrome. This condition went undetected and Isabel fell very ill and faced many challenges. With time, doctors finally identified Isabel’s illness. read more

  • 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

  • ASK US Florida, Inc. – Brevard County Support Group

    At ASK US Florida, our mission is to ease the strains on those with Autistic loved ones by creating tailored and inclusive social events for members of the Autistic community, empowering and inspiring others, raising public awareness to foster advocacy, and providing support for those affected by the disorder.

  • Hydrocephalus Association of Central Florida

    This support group uses either Arnold Palmer or Winnie Palmer classrooms for meetings based on availability. For more information contact Co-Chairs for Support Group. Please include “Hydrocephalus” in the subject line. – Cheryl Freestone at jncfreestone@yahoo.com – Susan Andersen Moore at sandersenmoore@aol.com

  • ARC Jacksonville

    The Arc Jacksonville believes anything is possible. Individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities are our partners in discovering possibilities for a fulfilled life. Together we unlock potential for achievement at home, at work, and at play. The Arc Jacksonville believes we all have the right to be in community and read more