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The Early Learning Coalition of Pinellas County is a not for profit planning and funding agency focused on early care and education. The goal of the Early Learning Coalition is to prepare all children to enter kindergarten ready to succeed. Additionally, the Coalition supports school age children in continuing academic achievement. The coalition achieves these goals in collaboration with community partners by providing: CHILD CARE SCHOLARSHIPS; VPK- Florida's FREE Voluntary Prekindergarten program for 4 year olds; training and technical assistance for child care providers; developmental, vision and hearing screenings; resource and referral information for families looking for child care.

The primary goal of FDLRS Gulfcoast Parent Services is to help you and your child with a disability be successful. Parent Services assists families to develop effective partnerships with their school districts. This allows for shared responsibility for improving the education of your child. Our services are varied because we know the needs and concerns of every family are different.
 
This comprehensive resource search tool can locate providers in your area for many services needed by persons with disabilities. This includes area group homes, Adult Day Training programs, respite care providers, behavior services, and many more. One resource to find them all!
 
The Medical Day Health Center is an integrated, multi-disciplinary service delivery model where children who have a skilled need are afforded efficient physician-prescribed services including nursing, therapies, infusion, respiratory care, medication/treatment and other ancillary support services whether acute, chronic or intermittent in nature.
 
The Center for Autism & Related Disabilities at the University of South Florida is a community-based project that provides information and consultation to individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders and related disabilities.
UCP of Tampa Bay utilizes a comprehensive approach to services, characterized by a focus on the entire family and based on the goals of the client, with measurable outcomes and results. They offer pediatric speech, occupational, and physical therapy services for children birth through 21 years of age. In addition, they offer Early Childhood Education programs, in-home Respite services for children and adults with disabilities in Hillsborough and Pinellas counties, and Supported Employment/Supported Living services - which provide community based services for adults with disabilities.
 
People who have autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, intellectual disabilities, Prader-Willi syndrome or certain forms of spina bifida may apply for services from the Agency for Persons with Disabilities, which includes waiver participation or placement in a Developmental Disabilities Center (DDC)
 
Disability Achievement Center (formerly Caring & Sharing, CASCIL) is a disability resource Center serving all persons of all ages in Pasco and Pinellas Counties, Florida who have disabilities.
 
Welcome to Children's Medical Services (CMS), a collection of programs for eligible children with special needs. Each one of our programs and services are family-centered and designed to help children with a variety of conditions and needs.
 
There are services that can help individuals and families become self-sufficient and get short term assistance for paying bills.
 
Make A Difference Fishing Tournament is a 501 (C)3 non-profit organization dedicated to helping handicapped children through fishing tournaments and other programs that facilitate the involvement of handicapped children in marine education and recreation.
 
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The Kids Club St. Pete is in Pinellas County in the MLK business district. This prescribed pediatric extended care facility has an observation room, independent therapy room, computer room, library and large outdoor playground. Children receive high quality and skilled medical nursing care in an educationally enriched environment.
 
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