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  • Special Needs Resource Directory | Bright Feats | Florida

    Mission To provide a publication and platform for Families and Loved ones of those with special needs to find the resources they need to have optimal success with health improvements and independence. Newly Diagnosed? Transitioning to Adult? Transition Links View the 2023 Bright Beacon Award Reciepients

  • Special Pops Tennis

    Special Pops Tennis 404-702-5820 3176 Westfield Way, Roswell, GA, USA Special Populations Tennis Program, Inc is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization that offers an adaptive tennis program specifically designed to share the lifetime sport of tennis with children & adults with intellectual disabilties. Programs offered free of charge to all skill levels, include year-round tennis instruction, league play and tournament competition.

  • Special Needs Respite, Inc.

    Special Needs Respite, Inc. (678) 562-5055‬ 2300 Holcomb Bridge Rd ste 103 218, Roswell, GA 30076, USA Founder Stacy Georges holds a B. A. in Therapeutic Recreation from Purdue University. Stacy and her husband Tom are the proud parents of two successful adults. They know the struggle of getting the most out of our public education program for Children that need accommodations. Since 2017 Stacy has been growing Special Needs Respite with the goal to serve the 7,100 families that have been waiting for State funding for Respite care. The foundation and processes are in place now. For us to meet the need, we need introductions to private businesses that are willing to make an investment in making social change, by giving parents hope. Parents tell us ""Knowing that I can get a break for rest, helps me make it through another day."" Research bears out that parents raising children with special needs are 80% more likely to divorce. They are prone to physical and mental health issues. These parents face, isolation, depression, and despair. We can make a difference.

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