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  • Believe It and Achieve It

    Believe It and Achieve It http://believeittherapy.com/ 813-374-0442 4809 Ehrlich Road, Tampa, FL, USA . We believe that each child is born with special gifts. As a premier provider of innovative therapies, we are able to help children unwrap these gifts and develop to their maximum potential. We believe that the sky is the limit. We strive to help our clients and their families through our family-oriented and family friendly environment. If you can believe it, you can achieve it. Meet our Physical Therapists Judi Habesevich, PT Judi is a licensed physical therapist with over 30 years experience in both in and out-patient settings, schools, and early intervention programs. She has worked with all patient populations but has specialized in pediatrics. She attended Temple University and completed all course work towards her Ph.D. with a major in Motor Learning and a special concentration in Human Development through play. Judi was a resource clinician and senior physical therapist at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, working in Pediatrics Judi specializes in seating and positioning, assistive technology, developmental play, and an expertise in splinting and casting. She has training in Feldenkrais, Balametrics, Muscle Energy Techniques, and ETPS. Judi is a proud mother of one college graduate son. Melany Rivera, PT Melany is a Bilingual (English/Spanish) Physical Therapist that began her career in 2007, Melany has over 10 years of experience, and has worked in pediatrics, geriatrics, and orthopedic/sports medicine. Special areas of interest include: Torticollis – Diagnose and treatment, Kinesio Taping in Pediatrics, “Out of Sync Child”, and Muscle energy Techniques. Melany is married, and has 3 wonderful little girls.

  • Ruth + Norman Rales Jewish Family Services

    Ruth + Norman Rales Jewish Family Services http://www.ralesjfs.org 561-852-3333 1416 Old Dixie Highway, ​ Ruth & Norman Rales Jewish Family Services (JFS) offers help, hope and humanity through our comprehensive range of programs and services which support people of all ages and beliefs. JFS programs and services include food & financial assistance, senior services, counseling & mental health services, caree & employment services, family & children's services, special needs services, & therapy centers. Volunteer opportunities available. .

  • Partnership for Child Health

    Partnership for Child Health https://partnershipforchildhealth.org/ 904-648-6085 910 North Jefferson Street, Jacksonville, FL, USA JillH@PCHjax.org A Parent Education Engagement Partner (PEEP) will Support, Engage, and Educate parents and children in exceptional student educational services by increasing parental involvement, building knowledge and confidence, and providing overall support. We meet families and attend school meetings. FREE jillh@pchjax.org

  • The Dramatic SLP LLC

    The Dramatic SLP LLC http://www.thedramaticslp.com (407) 759-6517 ​ Briana@thedramaticslp.com http://instagram.com/the_dramatic_slp Providing Speech Pathology through in-home services and a variety of locations to help children and adults target speech, language, social and communication goals through the dramatic arts and client-led therapy. As a local Orlando Performer and Speech-Language Pathologist, it is my goal to provide programs which include: Classes fostering social and communication goals through the modalities of dramatic arts, music, singing, dancing and even princess meet and greets as well as one-on-one speech therapy sessions to bring the magic to you! Check out my website for more information on how I got started and how I can help your child strengthen their communication in a fun way! Tiktok: tiktok.com/the_dramatic_slp

  • CIL Jacksonville

    CIL Jacksonville https://www.ciljacksonville.org/ 904-399-8484 2709 Art Museum Dr, Jacksonville, FL 32207, USA info@ciljacksonville.org https://www.facebook.com/CILJacksonville We are a community-based non-profit proud to be run by and for people with disabilities. Services include sign language interpreting, temporary loan closet, and Florida Alliance for Assisted Services and Technology (FAAST.)

  • 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

  • The Carol Jenkins Barnett United Way Children's Resource Center

    The Carol Jenkins Barnett United Way Children's Resource Center https://uwcf.org/resourcecenter 863-648-1500 x 294 ​ resourcecenter@uwcf.org https://www.facebook.com/CJBResourceCenter https://www.instagram.com/cjbresourcecenter The CJB UW Children’s Resource Center is a community-based learning and resource center that provides classes, playgroups, workshops, developmental checkups, community activities, and support for parents and caregivers of children aged 0-6. Programs include: Autism/ASD Support Group, Free Developmental Screenings and Classes, Down Syndrome Support Group, Breastfeeding Support Group, Parenting Classes and more.

  • Brevard Achievement Center

    Brevard Achievement Center https://bacbrevard.com/ 321-632-8610 Rockledge, FL, USA info@bacbrevard.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/Brevard-Achievement-Center/125135500974 https://www.instagram.com/bacbrevard/ https://twitter.com/BACBrevard https://www.youtube.com/user/BrevardAchievement https://www.linkedin.com/company/brevard-achievement-center Mission The mission of Brevard Achievement Center is to provide persons with disabilities innovative services and opportunities to achieve personal success. The Brevard Achievement Center (BAC) has a staff of 90 and serves 5,000-plus clients annually. The BAC consistently meets quality guidelines set by agencies like the U.S. Department of Labor and the Department of Education’s Vocational Rehabilitation Services program. BAC also is a United Way partner. The commitment of BAC’s founders, parents, dedicated staff and numerous volunteers has played a critical role in the formation of its quality programs and services offered. This legacy of service and commitment is instilled in the organization and is seen each day in the many ways that BAC serves its clients, business partners and families… and ultimately its mission. Vision We strive to create a society in which all persons with disabilities are valued contributors in the workforce and community and where: Students transition successfully from high school to higher education or the workforce; Adults acquire skills and opportunities to live and work independently; Educational programs are provided so that our clients can understand and maximize the use of available resources; Customers and stakeholders experience service excellence and results; We are a recognized authority on disabilities and disability awareness. Values Client Centered Put the needs of those we serve first. Respect Treat all individuals, from the people we work with to those we serve, with dignity, setting an example for the community we live in. Integrity Adhere to the highest standards of professionalism, moral and ethical responsibility, worthy of the trust our clients and their families place in us. Excellence Provide the highest quality service through the dedicated effort of every team member. Innovation Embrace change and enhance the lives of those we serve through our team’s creative ideas and unique talents.

  • ChildrenFirst Health Care System

    ChildrenFirst Health Care System http://childrenfirst.com/ 407-513-3000 Florida, USA info@childrenfirst.com https://www.facebook.com/childrenfirsthcs/ https://www.instagram.com/childrenfirsthcs/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/childrenfirsthcs/ Central Florida’s Most Trusted Name In Caring For Medically Fragile Infants And Children At ChildrenFirst, we understand the challenge of caring for medically fragile and medically complex infants and children. We respond to their needs with unsurpassed skill, unlimited love and compassion. We offer a single, reliable solution to the diverse needs of fragile infants and children and their families. You can rely on us for care and support, while our integrated medical services make life simpler and more manageable for your child. ChildrenFirst Health Care System offers complete pediatric health care through six specialized pediatric home care and ancillary care service divisions, all committed to the goal of healthy living and growth for pediatric patients. PPEC means Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care ChildrenFirst PPECs are medical day care centers dedicated to the excellent care of medically fragile infants and children. Our centers are specifically designed to optimize the development of each child’s independence, while helping them reach their full potential. Daily care at our centers involves clinical interventions, therapy services and educational activities. Along with you and your child’s physician, we determine your child’s specific nursing and therapeutic goals. You’ll receive a daily note describing what clinical interventions were done, what therapies (physical therapy PT, occupational therapy OT and speech and language therapy ST or SLP) were received and what developmental and educational activities occurred. Quarterly, or as often as needed, a personal conference is scheduled to discuss thoroughly your child’s progress toward all established goals. Pediatric Medical Day Care Services ChildrenFirst PPEC centers are open Monday through Friday from 6:00 AM to 7:00 PM. We welcome all children from newborn to age 21 and our uniquely designed physical environments promote developmentally appropriate activities for each age group and meet individual needs. Our staff of quality professionals includes experienced RN’s, LPN’s, Physical Therapists (PT), Speech Therapists (ST or SLP) and Occupational Therapists (OT) and certified preschool teachers. Medically fragile infants and children receive a wide range of physician prescribed clinical interventions including Apnea monitoring, oxygen administration, tracheostomy care, ventilator management, g-tube feedings, medication administration and nutritional management and formula administration. PPEC is covered by Medicaid, Medicaid HMO’s, CMS Network and some commercial insurances. Our knowledgeable staff will handle all of the paperwork requirements and process your child’s admission, stress free for you and your family. Pediatric Private Duty Nursing & In-Home Therapies in Central Florida ChildrenFirst Home Health Care Services provides individualized pediatric private duty nursing and in-home therapy services throughout the greater Central Florida area. Our specialized, pediatric caregivers include registered nurses (RN), licensed practical nurses (LPN), physical therapists (PT), occupational therapists (OT), speech therapists (ST) and respiratory therapists (RT). Our compassionate team, experienced in the use of the most advanced, high-tech equipment, specializes in caring for technology-dependent infants and children whose lives are impacted by a wide variety of conditions and illnesses. We respect the dignity, worth, and uniqueness of each child involved in our care. Our services promote each child’s maximum attainment of healthcare goals by providing the most positive and nurturing care possible.

  • Childhood Development Center at Attain

    Childhood Development Center at Attain https://myattain.org/ 407-985-3018 2710 Staten Avenue, Orlando, FL, USA . https://www.facebook.com/attaincdc/ https://twitter.com/AttainInc/ The Childhood Development Center (CDC) is a program focused on providing intensive educational services to youth with autism spectrum disorders and related disabilities in Central Florida. The CDC specializes in providing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services across a variety of skill domains. The staff-to-student ratio is determined by the needs of the student as well as their funding source. Our instructional staff have received intensive training in teaching academic, social, leisure, and daily living skills. Staff members have also received training in how to successfully manage and reduce the likelihood of problem behaviors by teaching replacement skills for problematic behaviors and incorporating language training including verbal mand training, PECS, or other forms of augmentative communication. The CDC is overseen by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) with experience providing education to children with severe problem behavior, as well as a Florida certified Exceptional Student Education (ESE) teacher. The BCBA and certified ESE teacher are responsible for developing and monitoring the progress of student’s Individualized Education Plans (IEP). Additionally, IEP implementation will be conducted by our instructional staff, Board Certified Behavior Analyst and the certified ESE teacher. Within the CDC, not only will students receive an educational instruction based in the principles of applied behavior analysis, they will learn to develop other functional living skills as well. There are numerous opportunities for students to engage in a variety of educational, functional and leisure activities. There are four small classrooms where students can receive more individualized instruction and small group instruction, as well as a large classroom for generalization towards typical classroom routines and where students will further develop their social skills by interacting during lunch, group activities, and games. The CDC also contains a kitchen where students will have access to a refrigerator, stove, and sink, to facilitate daily living skills training.

  • NonPareil Institute

    NonPareil Institute http://www.npusa.org/ 407-221-3182 2500 Maitland Center Parkway, Maitland, FL, USA orlando@npitx.org We seek to empower students to find and pursue their interests. Digital Technology Training | Work - Readiness Training | Professional Development | Community / Social Engagement | IT Support | Mentorship & Advising | Internal Projects | External Projects | Specialized Instruction Small Classes | Flexible Scheduling | Optional Electives | Supported Labs.

  • Bobby Dodd Institute

    Bobby Dodd Institute http://www.bobbydodd.org 678-365-2260 2120 Marietta Boulevard NW Atlanta, GA 30318 ​ Bobby Dodd Institute offers a wide range of support for individuals with differing abilities during all stages of life. It is a beacon of hope and possibilities for families in need, with programs that empower people to find their voice, independence and self-sufficiency.

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