Category: Greater Orlando
Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children has provided compassionate care to the children, teenagers and young adults of Central Florida for more than 30 years.
Inspiring all learners to reach their highest potential as responsible, productive citizens. The mission of the Exceptional Student Education Department of the School District of Osceola County, Florida, is to ensure each exceptional student the most appropriate educational setting in the least restrictive environment.
Serving students in 1st through 12th grade, Pace Brantley School specializes in providing individualized attention to students with a variety of learning needs who tend to get left behind in traditional school settings. Gardiner, McKay and Step Up for Students scholarships are accepted.
Joyful inclusion. Not blocks, Polyblox! Multi-lingual ABC spelling totems with AR, Braille, sign language, numbers, pictures, shapes & more. S.T.E.A.M. Certified. Located in beautiful Orlando, Florida. Patented & Distributed worldwide!
Positive Behavior Support Corporation (PBS Corp) provides a variety of applied behavior analysis services through highly-qualified behavior analysts to meet the unique needs of individuals, families and systems. These services include training and consultation, services within schools and agencies and intensive behavioral intervention. We use the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis to conduct quality assessments and behavioral intervention plans. ABA services to include training and consultation, services within schools and agencies and intensive behavioral intervention.
Quest serves children and adults with disabilities to help them achieve goals and develop skills programs include behavior and communication therapy ,residential living services ,job training and employment services. K – 12th Grades – Quest Kids Academy is an arm of Central Florida’s first early intervention ABA provider and has been providing superior academic outcomes for over a decade. We are accepting applications now for our expansion into newly renovated facilities for the 20-21 school year. Our staff of ABA professionals assure the curriculum is delivered using ABA principles which assure each student’s greatest success.
Support group, workshops, IEP advocacy, special needs travel supports. Support Group meets bi-weekly on Thursdays 6pm in Sanford and 3rd Tuesdays each month at 6pm in Casselberry at the Arbor School.
Krista is a mom with a child with multiple special needs. Working in Orange, Seminole and Lake Counties. Attends IEP meetings and help consults and prepare for meetings. Specializing in IEP, 504, MTSS/RTI guidance.
Founded in 2009, the Academy of Ability is a private, not-for-profit school for children with physical and learning disabilities. Provides individualized academics and life skills training to foster the greatest level of independence in all areas of life.
Birth – Adult, Providing affordable dental care for children while serving our patients at the highest level. We keep your child’s smile bright and healthy by utilizing the latest technology. Our offices strive to educate parents and children to develop an awareness for healthy teeth. What can be more precious than your baby’s first smile? Thus, why wait until your child is 3-5 years of age for their first dental visit? Contrary, the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends a dental consultation shortly after the eruption of the first primary tooth. Prevention is the key! By educating parents we can help them stamp out dental caries through nutritional and good oral habits.
K – High School, Offering a transformative education for students with autism or Asperger’s syndrome. Students receive small-group academic instruction, daily therapies, life skills development and intensive vocational training. Three paths toward earning a high school diploma, all of which exceed state standards. Focus is placed on developing social skills and building self-confidence in order to help students thrive during and after Paragon. Paragon is accredited by the Florida Council of Independent Schools (FCIS).
UCF CARD provides free consultative support, clinical, family and educational programs and technical assistance to Central Florida families and adults living with ASD with the goal of optimizing success and acceptance in our communities.
UCP of Central Florida helps children, ages birth to 21, achieve their optimal functionality according to their abilities.
Helping children achieve their optimal functionality according to their abilities. Physical, occupational and speech therapists provide personalized activities to optimize each child’s potential according to their individual abilities. Services are provided at UCP’s seven campuses as part of our in-house educational program, as well as on-site before and after school therapy, outpatient therapy, and summer therapy. Medicaid, Commercial Insurance, private pay and discount prompt pay available.
Tuition-Free inclusive Charter Schools dedicated to providing students with a comprehensive and well-rounded education through unique experiences and individualized instruction. Project base learning, art and technology integration. Additional Medical model Physical, Speech, and Occupational Therapy is available on-site for students.
Visual Health and Learning Center is a specialty optometric practice dedicated to diagnosing and treating vision problems that interfere with reading, learning and activities of daily living such as sports, climbing stairs, pouring drinks, etc. Dr. Jenna Williams-McDermed & Dr. Chi Tran use vision therapy to teach patients to use their vision across a range of different circumstances. We focus on children, particularly those with learning difficulties, using visual training as a way to improve the use of his or her eyes. We also provide specialty care to help athletes develop the advanced levels of visual ability that is needed for sports.
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