21 & Change, Inc. is dedicated to ending the Down syndrome ‘syndrome’ through advocacy, support, and niche services in the Greater Tampa Bay-St. Petersburg area.
We believe in the value of all human lives and that all should have the opportunity to discover their full potential. We believe that everyone is born with the inherent right to freedom, to self-determination, to dignity, and respect. We believe in a day when our children will be seen as ‘differently-abled’ and not disabled. We believe there will be a day when we end the Down syndrome ‘syndrome’ and secure the full measure of civil rights for the ‘differently-abled’. We will not rest until what we believe is achieved.
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.
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.
Our main focus is to work with families, collaborating with other professionals in your child’s life, and promote independence. All while providing quality and effective therapy. We also strive to stay current and up to date with the latest ABA research.
Autism Society of Greater Orlando (ASGO) was founded in 1996 by a group of volunteer parents to better assist families of children and adults with autism in the Central Florida area. The mission or goal of the ASGO is that all individuals within the autism spectrum will be provided a lifetime network of opportunities to become fully accepted, included, and actively participating members of our community, through family support, education, and advocacy, and public awareness.
Specializes in the funding and delivery of quality early childhood care and education and after-school programs and services to the children and families of Hillsborough County.
The HCPS Exceptional Student Education Department is dedicated to providing
students with a continuum of services and programs to meet the individual needs of each
student who is eligible for special education and related services, ages 3 through 21.
We are a non-profit, non-taxable corporation established by parents and professional educators who share a common goal of quality Christian education for children. We utilize various curricular elements and augment with sports, music, physical education, computers, health education and enrichment activities.