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Ability1st, Center for Independent Living of North FL

*Core services for persons with disabilities including independent living skills training, information and referral to other relevant organizations, and peer support *Construction of wheelchair ramps or half-steps, durable medical equipment loans such as wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, shower chairs and disposable medical supplies (incontinence products) for low income persons with disabilities *Assistance in applying for social security benefits for persons with mental health or substance abuse disabilities *FTRI Amplified Phones (free) for persons with hearing or speech loss; beginning and intermediate American Sign Language classes open to any adult in the community *Home Modification Program provides home improvements necessary to eliminate health, safety and architectural barriers.

Services: ADA Implementation Assistance, Assistive Technology Equipment, Health/Disability Related Counseling, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Home/Community Based Developmental Disabilities Programs, Independent Living Skills Instruction, Mobility Aids, Ramp Construction Services, Sign Language Instruction, Youth Employment Programs

1823 Buford Court

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 575-9621

Act Today! Autism Care and Treatment Today!

*Quarterly grant program for families of children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders *Grant may help cover expenses for medications, applied behavioral analysis therapy (ABA therapy), occupational therapy, speech therapy, and home safety devices *Priority given to families with annual income of less than $100,000 *Typical grant amounts range from $100-$5000 per individual, per quarter *Families with multiple persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder encouraged to submit a separate application for each person *Grant applications available on website, or persons may call to receive application assistance, or request application by mail *SOS Program: for persons with immediate and imperative needs (such as immediate personal danger) who are unable to wait the typical 8-12 weeks for application to be processed

Services: Autism Therapy, Medical Care Expense Assistance, Medical Equipment/Supplies, Prescription Expense Assistance

509 Marin St, Ste 123

Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

(818) 340-4010

Alexander Graham Bell Assn/Deaf/Hard of Hearing

*Maintains listening and spoken language resource websites for parents, professionals, teens and adults with hearing loss; offers free six-month membership for parents *Helps families, health care providers and education professionals understand childhood hearing loss and the importance of early diagnosis and intervention *Support advocacy, education, research, and financial aid programs for Infants & toddlers, Preschool age children, school age children, and children looking to advance in the Arts & Sciences *AG Bell Florida chapter: Alex DeMolina, President and Treasurer, *agbellfl@gmail.

Services: Fundraising and Resource Development Support, General Health Education Programs, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Hearing Augmentation Aids, Speech Therapy

3417 Volta Pl, NW

Washington, DC 20007

(202) 337-5220

AMC, Sensory Friendly Films & Assistive Movie Going

*Sensory Friendly films provides opportunity for families to enjoy film in safe, accepting environment with with the lights up, sound down *Audience is invited to get up, dance, walk around, shout and sing *All Sensory Friendly Films take place 2nd and 4th Saturdays (family friendly, often 10am) and Tuesdays(mature audiences, usually 7pm) *Technology includes assistive listening, audio description, closed captioning, and wheelchair spaces with companion seating *Some wheelchair spaces may be available even if the show is sold out; be sure to ask the box office

Services: Autism Therapy, Recreational Activities/Sports

2415 N Monroe St

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 386-7873

Autism Research Institute

*Conducts research and disseminates the results on the causes of autism and on methods of preventing, diagnosing and treating autism and other severe behavioral disorders of childhood *Research based information is provided to parents, caretakers and professionals *Most questions can be answered through agency's web site *Persons who call usually leave a message, which will be returned

Services: Autism Therapy, Developmental Assessment

4182 Adams Ave

San Diego, CA 92116

(833) 281-7165

Autism Society

*Information and referral for anyone looking for help with autism *Trained staff helps identify local and alternative resources *Website resources: federal, state and local agencies; professionals, education, medical service providers; support systems, and research facilities

Services: Autism Therapy, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Medical Information Services

4340 East-West Hwy, Ste 350

Bethesda, MD 20814

(800) 328-8476

Autism Speaks

*Website offers varied information about autism and where to start seeking help *Autism Response Team helps families with an autistic child or person with advice on where to start looking for trained assistance, learning the signs, knowing your child's rights, local assistance *Parent support, staying informed, transition to adulthood, adult services *Princeton, NJ office: 1060 State Rd, 2nd Fl, 08540

Services: Autism Therapy, Health/Disability Related Support Groups

1 E 33rd St, 4th Fl

New York, NY 10016

(888) 288-4762

Big Bend Community-Based Care, Circuits 2 & 14

*Oversees and sub-contracts services to various agencies for at-risk children in Circuits 2 and 14 *Oversees and sub-contracts for behavioral health services in Circuits 1, 2, 14 and Madison and Taylor Counties for eligible populations *NOT A DIRECT SERVICE PROVIDER *1) Child abuse prevention, 2) case management of children under supervision, 3) foster care placement, 4) independent living programs for 13-23 year olds, 5) adoption, 6) licensing foster/adoptive homes, 7) post adoption services

Services: Adoption Information/Referrals, Case/Care Management, Children's Protective Services, Family Preservation Programs, Foster Home Placement, Foster Parent/Family Recruitment, Independent Living Skills Instruction

525 N Martin Luther King Blvd

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 410-1020

Brain Injury Association of Florida

*Assists individuals with brain injury and their families/caregivers by linking to available community resources and offering support *Some cities have support groups that meet in person *Provides educational presentations to the public *Toll free number refers callers to closest office for services in their area

Services: Brain Injury Rehabilitation, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Medical Information Services

1637 Metropolitan Blvd, Ste B

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(800) 992-3442

Children's Home Society, Emerald Coast

*Early Steps to find and help developmentally at risk children *Case management for at-risk families *Common Sense parenting class to provide effective techniques for dealing with behavior problems; open to any parent or caregiver in the community *Infant, child and adolescent mental health services, ages 4-18

Services: Adolescent/Youth Counseling, Developmental Assessment, Early Intervention for Children With Disabilities/Delays, Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health, Parenting Skills Classes

914 Harrison Ave

Panama City, FL 32401

(850) 747-5411

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