At Tender Care, our goal is to enhance the development of each and every one of our children in every aspect possible. With our collaborative relationships between families, physicians, nurses, and therapists, we know that we can make a difference in your child’s life.
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Aliya M. Yasin, a doctor at Pediatrics of St. Augustine, provides care for all children. She is also a member of the Fellow American Academy of Pediatrics. Their building is on US Highway 1 in St. Augustine.
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St. Johns Pediatrics believe in the saying that family is the basic foundation of society. Children are the future of this nation, hence, the mission of St. John’s Pediatrics is to partner with parents in keeping their children healthy, responsible, and productive towards adulthood.
Betty Griffin Center helps survivors of domestic and sexual violence navigate through their life- changing traumas to live fulfilling lives on their terms.
Their focus it to offer protection and quality services to survivors and their children through the operations of a safe and secure shelter, counseling, and transitional support.
24 Hr Crisis Helpline (904) 824 1555
ABA Connection provides evidence-based and compassionate Behavior Therapy to children and adults in homes, schools, our clinic, and the community. Services include Adult Day Training, Social Skills Groups, Anger Management, Parent Training, and more. Accepting insurance, private pay, and UA Scholarships.
The Therapeutic Learning Center for Children was founded in 1986 to provide the opportunity for hope, growth, and change to children with special needs under the age of 5. Their students have a variety of special needs from Autism, Down Syndrome, Global Developmental Delay and Cerebal Palsy to severe medical needs. Each and everyday of school, their students learn and grow so that they are better prepared for their futures!
North Florida Behavior Consultants is a private practice specializing in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and educational services to enhance child’s behavioral, social-emotional and academic development.
UF Heath Jacksonville touches the lives of thousands of area residents from dozens of state-of-the art facilities. As they have grown with the region, what has remained unchanged is their promise to offer the best possible medical care to their patients.
Meagan Avitable is an expert in the field of special education with over a decade of experience working with parents, students, teachers, administrators, and district personnel. She is passionate about education and using her voice to ensure all students have a positive educational experience.
Bright Feats resource directory and platform connects families of individuals with various exceptionalities, aged birth through adult, to community resources and services. Their mission is to empower individuals and families and encourage collaboration, access, and advocacy.
The FDLRS network provides diagnostic and instructional support services to district exceptional student education programs statewide. FDLRS/NEFEC is an integral part of district efforts to provide quality services to the educational community through implementation of state educational goals and priorities.
Allay Behavioral Therapy is Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) owned and operated. Thier goal is to put their client first by adhering to the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA) and ensuring treatment is catered to their client’s individual needs.
HorsePlay Therapy Center is a not-for-profit therapy organization, located in the heart of St. Augustine, FL, that specializes in serving children with special needs and veterans with PTSD and other life-altering injuries.
Ancient City Children’s Therapy has been providing high quality Physical, Occupational, and Speech therapy services to infants and children in the St. Augustine area for over 10 years. All of their therapists work closely with each family to develop an individualized plan of care according to each child’s unique needs. They will also provide activities and ideas to implement at home to maximize the potential progress as their philosophy is that every child will acquire new skills given the opportunity to learn.
Advocating for children is the most important part of the Wolfson Children’s mission. They are committed to reducing ER visits and keeping kids out of the hospital through a range of community programs.