Chance 2 Dance | Chance2DanceFL.com
264 SR 436, Casselberry, 407-588-9589, email@example.com
Ages 3 and Older – Inclusive & Accommodating Dance Classes
We welcome everyone to join us in Central Florida’s only inclusive and accommodating dance studio! Multiple styles of dance offered from professional dancers who are certified in inclusion and special needs training. Call to schedule a free trial.
FRIENDS – Down Syndrome West Florida | www.fdswf.org
Hillsborough, Pinellas, & Pasco Counties
All Ages – Broad reaching educational services for families impacted by Down Syndrome in the West Florida/Tampa Bay Area. Providing family outreach and support, year-round programs, volunteer opportunities for students, financial support and community integration for families impacted by Down Syndrome.
USF Bay Area Early Steps | health.usf.edu/medicine/pediatrics/early-steps
Serving Hillsborough & Polk County, 813-974-0602
0 to 36 months – USF Bay Area is Florida’s early intervention system offers services to eligible infants and toddlers (birth to thirty-six months) with significant delays or a condition likely to result in a developmental delay.
Guardian Haven Academy | guardianhaven.com
3801 Corporex Park Drive, Suite 200, Tampa
We empower individuals with developmental disabilities by providing adult day programs, supported employment, transition services, and therapeutic services in the areas of speech, physical, occupational, and music therapy.
MacDonald Training Center (MTC) | macdonaldcenter.org
5420 W. Cypress Street, Tampa, EBarnes@macdonaldcenter.org
813-870-1300 – Educational, vocational post secondary resource for individuals on the Autism Spectrum and related disabilities. 12 month nationally recognized Technology Certificate programs. Innovative social skills career development and employment services to enhance independence and promote full inclusion.
Palm Beach Resources
The Arc of Palm Beach County’s Potentials School | arcpbc.org
1201 Australian Ave., Rivera Beach, FL
Empowering students every day and giving them the opportunity to be engaged and included in our community to the greatest extent possible. A tuition-free, independently run, public school providing the best in education with integrated therapies in a safe, nurturing environment for exceptional children in Palm Beach County. At Potentials School we celebrate every milestone!
Easterseals Florida – Early Steps | easterseals.com/florida
Palm Beach, 561-881-2882
0 to 36 months – Early Steps is Florida’s early intervention system that offers services to eligible infants and toddlers (birth to thirty-six months) with significant delays or a condition likely to result in a developmental delay. Getting help early puts your child on the right path to learn and develop at their full potential. Check to see if your child is eligible.
Camp Shalom at the Mandel JCC | CampShalom.org
5221 Hood Road, Palm Beach Gardens & 8500 Jog Road, Boyton Beach
Contact Rachel Karpeles: 561-712-5226
Multiple programs for campers with mild to moderate special needs including:
Tikvah-a social, recreational program for ages 6-22, Inclusion Camp-for campers
with mild exceptionalities and their neurotypical peers in grades K-8, Summer
School Fridays-for children who attend Summer School Monday through Thursday,
and Avodah-for independent teens and young adults who desire a more vocationally focused summer camp.
Miracle League (Baseball) | miracleleaguepalmbeachcounty.com
Miracle League Games are held at: 1905 SW 4th Avenue, Delray Beach
Contact Julia Kadel: 561-414-4441
Ages 5 to 21 – Making it possible for children with physical and mental disabilities to achieve the dream to play ball. The field is complete with a cushioned synthetic turf to help prevent injuries, wheelchair accessible dugouts, and a completely flat surface to eliminate any barriers to the wheelchair bound or visually impaired
players. Buddies serve to assist players.
Treasure Coast Resources
The Arc of St. Lucie County – Adult Day Training | arcofstlucie.org
772-468-7879, ADT: 3505 Kirby Loop Road, Fort Pierce, FL 34981
Adults improve their skills and knowledge through activities including: educational games, outings, socialization, training in pre-vocational skills, daily living skills development, cooking, Zumba, computer lab and sensory stimulation area. For people, 18 or older, with intellectual or developmental disability. Mon.-Fri. 9am to 3pm.