Category: Greater Orlando
Dr. Amy Fritz-Ocock is a speech-language pathologist who specializes in helping children and adults with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder engage in effective communication and socialization.
Serving bright students, grades 4 through 12th, who may have a learning difficulty or ADHD and students who thrive in a small, safe, and individualized setting. Providing students with a learning environment that facilitates the development of self-confidence, motivation, and academic skills and gives students the opportunity to achieve success.
Central Florida Dreamplex is a center for fitness and recreation designed specifically for families with special needs. Our facility blends alternative therapy, adaptive sports and recreation activities, and group fitness classes for the whole family into one location to serve your wellness needs.
Our Mission is to help children reach their highest level of function in their daily lives by providing quality therapy in a warm and caring manner.
Ages 12-22, Enabling children to reach their maximum potential by providing
high quality educational and behavioral services in a supportive learning
environment overseen by a Master’s level BCBA and Certified ESE Teacher. For
students who may require additional supports in the classroom in order to achieve
academic success and overcome problem behavior.
The ChildrenFirst Health Care System is committed to providing quality care services to pediatric clients. We strive to improve the lives of medically fragile infants and children through the collaborative management of their care. We provide family-centered care, focusing on the safe and effective treatment of the child in their clinical setting. We function as child advocates by facilitating and coordinating community resources to meet the child’s needs.
K – 12th Grade, A private academic track Montessori school with an ambitious curriculum and a family-centered approach. In addition to typically developing children, we also serve children with special educational needs. Chrysalis School is a very different sort of school because our expertise is broad and our interest is not in a particular type of child but in refining a process that solves instructional problems for all children and their teachers.
Conductive Education Center of Orlando (CECO) transforms the lives of children and adults with motor disabilities. Helping participants achieve the greatest level of independence through conductive education, integrating physical, cognitive and social skills. Programs include: private K-12, adult day, youngster, and summer camp.
0-36 Months – Serving young children and providing information and support to help parents access necessary services for their children and family such as: Case Management, PT, OT, Speech, Early Interventions, and more.
Offering comprehensive programs and activities for parents of children of every age and stage of Down Syndrome. Whether you’re looking to make a donation, a new parent seeking resources, or simply seeking a fun way to spend your day, we have something for you.
Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics of Central Florida is a specialty private practice that offers developmental and behavioral health services to infants, toddlers, school-aged children, and adolescents.
Providing child care resource and referral services, subsidized child care assistance and VPK program eligibility services. Improving the level of quality for early childhood education in Lake County and developing innovative programs to ensure that all Lake County’s children are ready to learn. The Child Care and Referral (CC&R) program assists families with selecting a provider to meet their needs.
The Early Learning Coalition of Orange County is dedicated to the success of every child in our community through early education. Simply stated, we connect families and preschool programs to resources that provide every child with equal educational opportunities.Children deserve the best start that we can give them. Which means that we go beyond simply providing access to early learning. We also do all we can to ensure the highest quality of child care at all our providers’ locations. Because every child should have equal access to quality early education—and the opportunity to thrive.
The purpose of the Early Learning Coalition of Osceola County is to develop and implement programs and services that increase access to high quality early learning for every child. The aim of these programs is to ensure optimal child development by supporting parents in preparing their children for school, and providing professional development to early learning providers.
Transition to VPK, child care resource & referral services, free vision, and health screenings and inclusion services. Inclusion Warm-Line helps with concerns about growth and development, behavior, classroom strategies, and referrals to other agencies.
Every person has their own strengths and weaknesses. At EtB we strive to see the students’ strengths so that they can overcome their weaker areas. Each student receives a tailored, personalized program that utilizes their strengths to reach their areas of need. We aim to build confidence, trust, and understanding so that students learn how to learn.
Serving Brevard, Seminole, Orange, and Osceola Counties. Meetings every third Wednesday of each month at 6pm to 8pm at the Marks Street Senior Recreation Center , The Cypress Room, 99 East Marks Street, Orlando, FL 32803. All are welcome to attend.
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