Life Care of Brandon 122 N Moon Ave, Brandon, FL33510 Life Care of Brandon is a nonprofit, nondenominational and nonpolitical organization. It provides care services for…More women, such as pregnancy tests, counseling, medical referral, adoption counseling and services, educational programs, post-abortion counseling, family and birth programs.
National Mentor Healthcare 825 Telfair Rd, Brandon, FL33510 The National Mentor Healthcare is a nonprofit organization that offers services that provide therapeutic foster…More care for children. The organization provides care for children with mental, physical or emotional disabilities. Its program has the unique approach of using foster parents who provide therapeutic services.
Alzheimers Association 309 N Parsons Ave, Brandon, FL33510 Alzheimers Association is a nonprofit, donor-supported organization that promotes education and assistance for people…More affected by Alzheimer's disease. The organization provides pamphlets, consultation, advocacy, programs, caregiver finding programs and educational resources. This location is represented by TaWanna Noel.
Kim Hall-Perez is a former professional dancer/choreographer and current instructor and studio owner who has…More trained and assisted many talented individuals since the early 80's.
As President of the Greater Brandon Arts Council (a nonprofit arts orgzanition dedicated to enriching and cultivating the arts in greater Brandon), Hall-Perez teaches poise, grace and of course, dance: ballet, jazz, tap, lyrical/contemporary, hip-hop, and toddler/pre-school for ages 2 to adult. The combo class, which consists of 15 minutes of tap + 15 minutes of ballet + 15 minutes of tumbling, is a huge hit with the little ones.
In addition to standard classes and instruction, the oldest dance studio in Brandon offers several unique programs including an after-school care program. Transportation is available from more than 15 local public schools to the 5,400 square foot studio where children have supervised homework time, snack time and playtime, and are taught 1-2 dance classes before heading home. The studio's "Chance to Dance" program, for special needs students, is available tuition-free. Full-day camps are offered during winter, spring and summer breaks.
Presented by Brandon News and the Tribune, the school has won the esteemed "Best of Brandon" award multiple times.
This sprawling 18-acre, tree-laden campground lends itself to children with medical, physical, mental and emotional…More illnesses and challenges.
Their mission: "To ensure that all Special Needs Children have the opportunity to experience the same fun and joy of camping that we did as children and thereby enrich them in body, mind, and spirit."
As a nonprofit, Rotary Camp tries to make the site available to other organizations that serve the special-needs population.
Rotary Clubs throughout Florida can reserve space for their own special event, retreat or charity function. Organizations implement their personal agenda, programs and activities as they see fit, with full use of the property's seven cabins (space for 110 people), assembly hall, full kitchen, pavilion, library, junior Olympic-size pool, garden, archery range, BB gun range, gazebo, playground area, basketball court, playground, volleyball court, driving range and putting green, campfire ring and much more.
Supplies are included: sporting equipment, arts and crafts, board games, prizes and costumes. The camp staff can also provide creative ideas to ensure that a group has a wonderful time all day.