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Head Start East Bay Community Action Program

Address: 8 John H Chafee Blvd
Newport, RI 02840
Phone: (401) 847-7821 x302 Email: Website:

Head Start offers exciting learning activities for children from birth to age 5, nutritious meals and snacks and even diapers, formula and baby wipes for infants and toddlers enrolled in child care. All of the programs are focused on helping young children… Read More

Buffalo Envy Special Needs Adaptive Cheer Program

Address: 2600 Hamburg Turnpike, Space H
Lackawanna, NY 14218
Phone: 716-861-7758 Fax: 8459866686 Email: Website:

BUFFALO ENVY IS LOOKING TO GROW OUR ADAPTIVE CHEERLEADING PROGRAM! Buffalo Envy All-Stars’ Nationally ranked Adaptive Cheerleading Program is expanding to include beginners! CONTACT COACH COLLEEN AT COACHCOLLEEN@BUFFALOENVYALLSTARS.COM Is your special… Read More

Eastern Plains C.A.A. Inc., Head Start

Address: 210 W Center St
Tucumcari, NM 88401
Phone: 575-461-8772 Email: Website:

Serving Curry, Baca, Guadalupe, Harding, Quay, Rossevelt & Union Counties OUR PROGRAMS Eastern Plains Head Start (EPHS) serves 6 communities throughout Eastern New Mexico. Its administrative offices are located in Tucumcari. EPHS offers Head Start in… Read More

Josie Davenport at Reaching to Learn – Resources for Special Needs Kids

Address: 6421 SW 13th St
Gainesville, FL 32608
Phone: (352) 514-5076 Email: NO EMAIL Website:

Reaching To Learn As a certified practitioner of the Anat Baniel Method for Children, I guide children verbally and with my hands to help them feel easy possibilities for volitional movement. As they follow their own curiosity they have spontaneous outcomes… Read More

A Chance to Grow – Therapy and Developmental Programs

Address: 1800 Second Street NE
Minneapolis, MN 55418
Phone: (612) 789-1236 Fax: (612) 706-5555 Email: Website:

We promote the maximum development of the whole child and adult through innovative, individualized and comprehensive brain-centered programs and services. Who We Are A Chance To Grow offers multiple programs and services to children and families with… Read More

Watson Institute – Private Special Needs School

Address: 301 Camp Meeting Road
Sewickley, PA 15143
Phone: 412-741-1800 Email: NO EMAIL Website:

Special Education Programs The Watson Institute has been caring for children with disabilities since 1917. Today, Watson continues that tradition through specialized educational special education programs for children between the ages of 3 and 21 who… Read More

Aiken Center for the Arts – Arts, Recreation and Camp Programs

Address: 122 Laurens St. SW
Aiken, SC 29801
Phone: (803) 641-9094 Fax: (803) 641-2009 Email: Website:

Art is for Everyone! Founded in 1972 by artists Pat Koelker and Nancy Wilds, Rose Hill Arts Center became a place for aspiring artists to create, to teach and learn. It was originally located at the Rose Hill Estate on Barnwell Avenue and soon became… Read More

Language & Movement Pediatric Therapy

Address: 111 W. Anderson Lane, Suite C-100
Austin, TX 78752
Phone: 512-451-0961 Email: NO EMAIL Website:

Language & Movement Pediatric Therapy provides therapy for children. Language and Movement is a specialized facility for families with children desiring traditional Speech, Occupational, and Music therapy. Read More

Sara’s Garden

Address: 620 West Leggett Street, P.O. Box 150
Wauseon, OH 43567
Phone: 419.335.7272 Fax: 419.335.5564 Email: Website:

Sara’s Garden is a non-profit organization that specializes in Autism Intervention (AI), Conductive Education (CE), Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), Occupational Therapy (OT), Sensory Integration (SI) and Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) services. We… Read More

Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy

Address: 1111 North Fairfax Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 800-999-2782 Email: Website:

Representing pediatric physical therapy and serving as a collective, collaborative voice to support access to and provision of the highest quality physical therapy services to children, adults with developmental disabilities, and their families The Academy… Read More

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