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Contact Bright Feats: Rori Becker 407-620-9355 Rori@BrightFeats.com Simple Life Connections, LLC 321 Montgomery Rd #161602 Altamonte Springs, FL 32716-1602 www.BrightFeats.com Table of Contents: ©2017 Simple Life Connections, LLC. All rights reserved. Bright FeatsSM is a service mark of Simple Life Connections, LLC. Bright Feats directory is produced and distributed by Simple Life Connections, LLC. No part may be reproduced without permission. To obtain permission contact Rori@BrightFeats.com. 2 www.BrightFeats.com Bright Feats free publication and website feature a directory of medical, educational and community providers that are helpful to families with children with special needs. Sign up for the Bright Feats Quarterly Family eNewsletter at BrightFeats.com or send a request to Rori@BrightFeats.com. This electronic newsletter includes a comprehensive list of community events. Simple Life Connections, LLC and Bright Feats cannot and will not be held liable for the information contained in our publications and website or the use thereof. It is the responsibility of families and their caregivers to research and determine the appropriateness of health and treatment opportunities for each situation. It is expected that individuals will discuss plans for supporting their children with a trusted doctor/professional prior to treatment. Helping Children and Their Families with Complex Medical Challenges. . . . . . . . . . 14 ChildrenFirst PPEC Medical Day Care McKay School Provider Directory . . . . . . . . 4 Family Footprints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 OCPS ESE Parent Services Program - Newsletter Making a Difference in Our Community . . 16 Diana Anderson, Special Needs Parent Support Group of Seminole County Jackie Marquez Duprey, Rori Becker and Jackie Yearby Like us on Facebook - Facebook.com/BrightFeatsDirectory Visit BrightFeats.com Connecting Families with Local Resources Supported Employment Project Bright Feats is partnering with Jackie Marquez Duprey with After 21 Magazine and Jackie Yearby with Angels Bridging Gaps to support employment to individuals with special needs. After 21 is a magazine of transition, hope and empowerment for persons with intellectual disabilities. Angels Bridging Gaps is an Autism Support Group dedicated to educating parents and community members about local resources, building community partnerships, along with creating social, recreational, and life opportunities.


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