Provides individualized academics and life skills training to foster the greatest level of independence in all areas of life including school, home, leisure and eventually work. Using a hands-on approach that allows for integration of proper positioning, fostering movement and facilitating life skills and greater success in students’ academic pursuits.
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.
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.
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.
Specially designed individualized programs help students make significant improvements in all areas of functioning. Program includes one-on-one instruction, training in cognitive and auditory processing, perceptional motor functioning, reading, social skills, sensory integration and skills leading toward independence.
Focus Academy’s special needs education program for students ages 14-22 is structured with dual purposes: academic achievement and social success. We offer differentiated, individualized instruction, but emphasize a full high school experience including creative arts, physical education and state of the art technology. Our post-high school Transition Program moves students into the community to continue building independence, self-esteem, and workplace competence.
Inspire Learning Academy provides a transitional process for students to grow from elementary to middle school and beyond. They offer a hybrid program where students can learn in school or while using our virtual program. Students can choose a typical and special needs diploma track. Students take electives in Band, Art, Martial Arts and Photography.
Serving children with Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, PDDNOS, ADHD, ADD, SLD, Down Syndrome, children with academic challenges, and children without a specific diagnosis. ABA, Occupational, and speech therapies, and extracurricular activities are all offered. We are also offering our new ABAeCare.
ABAeCare’s mission is to enrich the lives of individuals with unique behavioral and learning needs through virtual technology and Applied Behavior Analysis. Families can access compassionate, evidence-based therapies, diagnostic evaluations, education, and mental health services in the convenience of their homes anywhere in the world.
Learn more about ABAeCare here.
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.
Non-profit, tuition-free, public charter schools serving students with learning and
learning-related disabilities in 3rd-12th grade, as well as offer a transitional job training
program for young adults ages 18 to 22-years-old. Our mission is to empower students
with learning disabilities to maximize their potential in a positive therapeutic educational
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.
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