kidSHINE LLC Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Amesbury & Rowley, MA


Many children benefit from a more individualized approach for enhancing development.  kidSHINE occupational therapists are skilled at supporting each child's unique learning style and recognizing how to empower each child to achieve motor milestones and functional independence.  kidSHINE's comprehensive OT evaluations identify specific areas of strength and areas of growth that will impact a child's participation in daily occupations (play, school and self care).  Weekly treatment sessions utilize a play-based approach and meaningful activities that focus on a child’s specific interests, hidden strengths and talents. 


Camp Cranium & Victory,  Milville, PA

​Camp Easterseals UCP in Virginia, New Castle

Cicily Cares, Port St. Lucie, FL

Camp Quality, Burbank, OH

Kid SHINE llc , Amesbury, Rowley MA

1 Gym 4 All, Waldwick, NJ ​​

​JDK Social Station, Secaucus

Middlebridge School, Nargansett, RI

Gateway Arts Center, Westminster, SC  

​Trident Academy, Mount Pleasant, SC

Angela Floyd Schools of Dance, Music & Peforming Arts, Knoxville, TN

Miracles in Motion, Henrico County, VA


Maggie's Wigs 4 Kids of Michigan, St. Claire Shores,MI

​Emmanuel Cancer Foundation, Clark

​Wally N Zavy's Autistic Kids Can Do, Inc., Plainfield, NJ


Braille This, New Jersey

Brain Integration Therapy of Fairfield County, Fairfield CT

Learning Resource Center, Mount Kisco, NY

​My Baby Fingers Sign Language Classes, NYC/ NJ

Our Children First, Inc., Bronx, NY

Sky Blue Learning, LLC, NH, MA & NYC

Speech & Hearing Associates, multiple in NJ


Mid Hudson Children's Museum, Poughkeepsie NY

Riverbrook Regional YMCA, Wilton, CT

1 Gym 4 All, Waldwick, NJ


Fara Bender, DMD, Lake Worth, FL


JDK Social Station, Secaucus

Jump Start Therapy and Fitness, Oakville, CT

kid SHINE llc Occupational Therapy, Amesbury, Rowley, MA


Westport Day School, Wilton, CT

Atlantis Academy L.I.F.E Program, Miami / Coral Gables, FL

The First Hope of The First Academy, Orlando, FL

Glenwood Academy, Mt. Airy, MD

The Gow School, South Wales, NY

The Quad Prepatory School, NYC

Asheville Academy for Girls, Black Mountain, NC

​Center School, Abington

Middlebridge School, Narragansett, RI

Cherokee Creek Boys School, Westminster, SC

Trident Academy, Mount Pleasant, SC

Whetstone Academy, Mountain Rest, SC

Mansfield Hall, Burlington, VT

Little Keswick School, Keswick, VA

​Greenbrier Academy, Pence Springs, WV




The Center for Advanced Pediatrics

Norwalk, CT 203-229-2000

Darien, CT 203-656-1833


Angela Floyd Schools of Danve, Music & Performing Arts, Knoxville, TN

865-675-9894  / 865-947-9894



The First Hope, a program for special needs children, is a unique approach to teach children with disabilities. Classes are at a 2:1 student:teacher ratio for all our Inclusion and Transitions+ Programs, except Transitions+ Secondary which is 4:1 student:teacher ratio — with an objective to achieve all they were meant to achieve. Our vision is to create an environment of learning and development for special needs children in a Christ-centered program.

Fara Bender, DMD, Lake Worth, FL


Miracles in Motion, Henrico County, VA (Serving Richmond metro)


Miracles in Motion is a program designed to provide the full dance experience to people with special needs. We provide a complete dance education, along with structured choreography in a dance company setting. The classes cover many styles of dance including jazz, contemporary, ballet, tap, musical theater and creative movement. Every session is re-structured to meet the specific needs of each dancer participating.


Atlantis Academies L.I.F.E Program, Miami, FL


The Atlantis Academy LIFE Programs (Living Independently with Fundamental Experiences) in Miami and Coral Springs teaches young adults with autism spectrum and related disabilities, the necessary skills they need to live a more independent life both in the home and in the workplace. The LIFE Program is an intensive, post-secondary program to help young adults bridge the gap between school and employment. Our educational model blends classroom instruction, work experience, and social enrichment opportunities to help equip our students for the real world.

The Gow School, South Wales, NY


The Gow School is a  college-prep boarding and day school for students, grades 6-12, with dyslexia and similar language-based learning disabilities.The Gow School is accredited by the National Association of Independent School (NAIS), the New York State Association of Independent Schools (NYSAIS) and the InternationalMultisensory Structured Language Education Council (IMSLEC). Gow is a member of The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS), the International Dyslexia Association (IDA) and the Learning Disabilities Association (LDA).


A coeducational boarding and day program for students ages 13-18, and postgraduates, with learning differences. Highly individualized education promotes students' academic, social and emotional growth, and fosters a life-long love of learning.

Trident Academy, Mount Pleasant, SC


Trident Academy, through individualized, multi-sensory, and research-based teaching approaches, transforms the lives of cognitively capable K-12 children diagnosed with learning differences. Trident Academy is proud to be 1 of only 18 accredited Orton-Gillingham schools in the nation.​​

JDK Social Station, Secaucus, NJ

JDK Social Station is a specialized multi-sensory teaching facility that enhances social and living skills of children with social
defecits and other related issues. Our programs are individualized and based to help each and every child reach their maximum potential. 

Maggie's Wigs 4 Kids of Michigan, St. Claire Shores, MI


Maggie's Wigs 4 Kids Wellness Center and Salon is a local grassroots non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides wigs and support services at no charge to children and young adults experiencing hair loss due to cancer, alopecia, trichotillomania, burns and other disorders. Our wig recipients, also known as Ambassadors, range in age from 3 to 18, and are located throughout Michigan.

Emmanuel Cancer Foundation, Clark, NJ


The mission of the Emmanuel Cancer Foundation is to provide New Jersey families faced with pediatric cancer a place to turn for comfort and relief through free supportive services uniquely tailored to each family.​​

Wally N Zavy's Autistic Kids Can Do, Inc, Plainfield, Nj


New Jersey's Premier Organization for Advocacy, Support, and Recreational Services for Autistic and Special Needs Children and Young Adults. Making an impact today to create a better tomorrow

Center School, Abington, PA


In 1989, two mothers had a vision to create a learning environment in which students with educational gaps could feel supported and successful.  From this vision, Center School was born.  Thousands of students have experienced incredible educational growth as a result of our renowned, well-respected, and incredibly effective programming.

Riverbrook Regional YMCA, Wilton, CT