2 South Biscayne
The WOW Center is an Adult Day Training (ADT) center that currently supports and serves over 170 adults with developmental disabilities from Miami-Dade County who range in ages from 21 to 76.
They provide individuals with programs designed to help them learn skills in order for them to lead meaningful and productive lives, explore their potential, and develop a sense of community. To attain these goals, the agency offers the following work and education programs: Life and Work Skills, Technology Lab, Art, Sports and Fitness, Music Therapy, Community Based Education, Supported Employment, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Social Services, Special Olympics, and a Kiwanis Aktion Club.
Parent to Parent of Miami is a community parent resource center for families of children and adults with disabilities.
There specialized team, parents and professionals can find information, workshops, and other resources to help make decisions about early intervention, early childhood, education, vocational training, employment, college opportunities, as well as the laws that protect the rights of children and adults with disabilities.
CARD stands for the Center for Autism & Related Disabilities.
CARD services are designed to build on the capacities of state and local resources, not to duplicate or replace them. CARD provides families with resources specific to their needs. Some of the services that CARD provides include:
• Individualized Client and Family Support• Family and Professional Training• Public Education and Awareness and Community Outreach• Programmatic Consultation and Technical Assistance
Easter Seals has been helping individuals with disabilities and special needs, and their families, live better lives for more than 80 years.
Primary Easter Seals services include:
Medical RehabilitationEarly InterventionPhysical TherapyOccupational Therapy
Speech and Hearing TherapyJob Training and EmploymentChild CareAdult Day ServicesCamping and Recreation