Category: Intellectual Disability
Ability Tree helps create inclusive, supportive communities where anyone affected by disability can enjoy healthy relationships in their neighborhoods, schools, workplaces, and churches through a variety of fun programs offered to children and their families.
For participants with mild to severe developmental disabilities. Treating your child’s symptoms, improving learning skills, language development and teaching basic life skills. High quality ABA therapy and instruction. Program participants range in age from six months old through adolescence with mild to severe cases of developmental disabilities. Even if your child does not have a diagnosis, our center’s specialists can help treat your child’s symptoms, improve learning skills, language development and teach basic life skills. There are no restrictions placed on levels of learning and we follow your child’s progress on a daily basis.
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.
All Ages, Special Olympics is a nonprofit that provides year-round sports training and
competition for children and adults with and without intellectual disabilities at NO
COST. We survive and thrive on the kindness of others and invite all those who wish
to get involved as an athlete, coach, mentor, volunteer or philanthropist to contact us.
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