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Centering Kids Podcast: The Invisible Disability

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, or FASD, is often called the invisible disability because most individuals affected have no physical traits. Despite being more prevalent ... continue reading

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  About us: The Florida Center for Early Childhood has been the leading provider of therapeutic services, early education and healthy development for young ... continue reading

Centering Kids: Our Disabilities Don’t Define Us

In this Season 1, Episode 10 of Centering Kids: Our Disabilities Don’t Define Us, host Kristen Theisen kicks off Fetal Alchohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) ... continue reading

Talking to Yourself

Do you ever realize you’re talking to yourself? How often does it happen? What do you say? Many years ago, one of my friends ... continue reading

CWC: What are Social-Emotional Consultants, Anyway?

In this episode of Coffee with the Consultants, mental health therapists Stephanie and Michele discuss “what’s a social-emotional consultant, anyway?” by explaining how they ... continue reading

The McCune Family Foundation Awards $75,000 for Therapeutic Services

Contact Marketing and Communications Director Merab Favorite for information. SARASOTA – The Florida Center for Early Childhood was awarded $75,000 by The McCune Family ... continue reading

The Wilson-Wood Foundation Supports Multi-Generational Program

Contact Marketing and Communications Director Merab Favorite for information. Wilson Wood grant The Florida Center for Early Childhood recently received a grant of $10,000 ... continue reading

Podcast: Helping Your Child Navigate New Beginnings

Change can be scary, that’s why experts at the Florida Center for Early Childhood recommend helping your child navigate new beginnings through open dialogue ... continue reading

How to Mentally and Emotionally Prepare Your Child for Back-to-School

By Tia V. Nagel, LMHC, School-Based Mental Health Therapist at Taylor Ranch Elementary School  Besides a basic list of school supplies, it’s important for ... continue reading

How One Child in Need Changed My Life Trajectory

By Yang Sandoval, RSW, School-Based Mental Health Therapist It only took one child in need to change my life trajectory. When I was younger, ... continue reading