Autism in Ocala:   We wish to open an Autism center here in Ocala Florida.  As previous board members of Ocala Autism Support Network, we were able to see first hand what families who have children on the Autism Spectrum needed and were missing.  In an effort to be able to provide these services, therapies and assistive devices, KidGenius was born.


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By delsadarline, Mar 14 2016 06:48PM

Florida’s Children’s Medical Services Managed Care Plan (CMS Plan) provides children with special health care needs a family-centered, comprehensive, and coordinated system of care. The CMS Plan is designed to serve children under age 21 whose serious or chronic physical or developmental conditions require extensive preventiveand ongoing care Ocala Area Office 3200 East Silver Springs Blvd., Suite 201 Ocala, FL 34470 (888) 326-7485


By delsadarline, Mar 14 2016 06:46PM

Childhood Development Services, is a childcare coordinating agency that works to assist families by facilitating access to quality childcare and early childhood education. The primary purpose of all of their program is to help people become self-sufficient. CDS provides the education, tools and support to break the cycle of poverty


By delsadarline, Mar 14 2016 06:45PM

The Agency for Persons with Disabilities assists individuals from age 3 and older who have developmental disabilities, and their families and/or guardians. APD works in partnership with local communities and private providers to assist people who have developmental disabilities and their families. APD also provides assistance in identifying the needs of people with developmental disabilities for supports and services.

By delsadarline, Mar 14 2016 06:44PM

FDLRS/Springs - offers information and FREE SCREENING for children birth to 5 years of age who may have difficulty with learning, speaking, playing, seeing, walking and hearing. Contact our Child Find Specialists for more information @ 352-671-6051 or go to

By delsadarline, Mar 14 2016 06:41PM

Special Olympics - The goal of Special Olympics is to reach out to the almost 200 million people in the world with Intellectual Disabilities. Through sports, our athletes are seeing themselves for their abilities, not disabilities. Our local Special Olympics needs volunteers! Contact Maria Roman at (352) 988-7998

By delsadarline, Mar 14 2016 06:39PM

Parents Helping Parents for parents who are looking to connect. PHP is a support group for parents of children living with ASD and other special needs. PHP invites you to connect with peers, gather valuable information and share thoughts, feelings, experiences, and ideas. Search for their group on Facebook.