The City of Tampa is fully committed to providing equitable access to the City’s
programs and services. The goal is to offer its programs and services in a manner
helpful to those with varying communication and environmental needs.
Dedicated to bringing families of medically fragile children and adults the in-home nursing they need. We’re not just another company that delivers care. We’re a company you can trust with your family member’s most challenging needs.
Dr. Bailey believes in treating the whole person and her work with patients in both therapy and evaluations includes working with all involved in the patient’s life, including schools, psychiatrists and other providers. Bailey Psychology Group is here to help you get back to life. Melissa Bailey, PsyD, a licensed clinical psychologist in Florida, Arizona, Nevada and California (PSY17402), and her team provide their patients with a comprehensive array of therapy services with a personalized approach. Dr. Bailey specializes in psychological assessments for weight-loss surgery, autism spectrum disorders and psycho-educational assessments. In addition to assessments, she also provides cognitive behavioral therapy for adults, adolescents and children.
Providing in-home ABA therapy to children with autism and related disabilities. Specializing in treating disruptive behavior, ADHD, or conduct disorder including tantrums, toileting/bed-wetting, bedtime routine, or food selectivity/refusal.
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Behavior Central Solutions provides individualized therapy services in-home or a comprehensive clinic setting, with a focus on parent involvement. We take a collaborative approach to therapy by working with your child’s other service providers (speech, OT, PT, etc.) and incorporating caregivers into sessions in order to improve outcomes across multiple settings.
A premier pediatric therapy practice specializing in collaborative treatment of children
with varying abilities who struggle with speech and language, sensorimotor disorders,
gross and fine motor skills and challenging behavior.
Medicaid provider for home health services. APD waiver approval required.
Services include personal care, respite, and private duty nursing. We hire qualified
professional caregivers who treat your family members with compassion and respect.
Offering comprehensive applied behavior analysis and speech therapy services as well as diagnostic evaluations. Our multi-disciplinary team offers home, school and clinic-based support to children in Orange, Seminole, Lake, Polk and Osceola counties. Programs include special camps, social skills groups, parent training and support groups, oral and motor therapy, feeding therapy, and psychological assessments.
Providing people with disabilities innovative services and opportunities to achieve personal success. Transition services for students with disabilities including pre-placement training, self-advocacy, discovery and paid work experiences.
Services include sick visits, well-child checkups, school and sports physicals, immunizations, dental, psychological, and chronic illness management. We accept Medicaid and other insurance plans. Services are available to residents regardless of their ability to pay.
Offering a continuum of services to support the needs of students including FDLRSdiagnostic, instructional and technology support services, Brevard Learners AchievingSuccessful Transition (BLAST), and Project 10 Transitional Education Network with secondary transition supports.
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.A nursing and therapy center for medically fragile infants and children. Skilled pediatric nursing along with OT, PT and Speech therapies in a uniquely designed facility offering patients and their families a reliable medical day care option.
Ages 8 to 22, Non-competitive recreational league serving Tampa Bay for boys and
girls 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 children with special needs the opportunity to play an organized sport.