Category: Space Coast
Use promo code BRIGHT50 and get $50 in your new ABLE account! An ABLE United account gives Florida families a better way to save and care for their loved ones with disabilities, without losing any benefits. Save tax-free for future expenses while maintaining federal benefits with the help of family and friends. Must be a Florida resident at the time of application and have a qualifying disability with onset prior to age 26.
Employment and transition services with parent and community inclusion. Pre-employment transition services, career exploration, Parent Inclusion Academy, Peer Mentoring, and entrepreneurship and self employment for individuals ages 14 and up.
Parent support organization dedicated to helping families and individuals affected by varying levels of ASD ranging from Autism to Asperger’s by providing emotional support, education, socialization, and to serve as a resource to inform parents of community services, activities, programs, and available treatment options – both local and national.
Autism Coalition provides free consultative support, family and educational programs and assistance to Brevard families and adults living with ASD with the goal of optimizing success and acceptance in our communities. We create opportunities for individuals with ASD in Brevard County, Florida. Join our sensory friendly activities, information classes and community awareness fundraisers.
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.
BASS takes a comprehensive approach to ABA therapy, which includes providing both center-based and community-based ABA services. Your child’s needs dictate the location and schedule of service delivery.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Brevard’s only wireless, accessible, interactive, Snoezelen-based multi-sensory environment open to the public! Private sessions, group sessions, field trips, birthday parties, special events and more just for individuals with developmental differences.
Provides science-based and personalized care to individuals and families who struggle with brain, medical, learning, and mental health disorders. We offer a range of evaluation and treatment solutions through our concierge, interdisciplinary team, and expert consultation services.
Providing individually tailored, multi-disciplinary approach to the treatment and education of children with cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries and other physical disorders. Using the latest innovative, validated and medically based therapies. We are a not-for-profit Christian school for physically disabled children ages 6 to 21 years, located in Melbourne, Florida.
We work side-by-side with the people we serve to connect them to support services and enrichment programs, while at the same time promote their fundamental rights in the communities in which they live.
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.
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