- Developmental Preschool:
Ages 2-5 years old:
Helping children with various challenges and abilities develop a lifelong love of learning and self.
- ABA Based Classroom:
Grades K -2nd
The ABA therapeutic program is part of Daisy Village at Broward Children’s Center. Designed for K -2nd-grade children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, the curriculum and therapy programs help children develop communication, play, social, and daily life skills in addition to self-regulation. We strive to provide each child with the tools to reach their potential through teaching opportunities in the natural environment and one on one with a therapist. Staff is trained in the principles of ABA and various communication methods including the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), visual cueing strategies, and visual engineering of the environment. Daisy Village intensive program offers on-site behavioral therapy (ABA), speech/language therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy.
Daisy Village at Broward Children’s Center offers a small, nurturing environment where all children will thrive. We adhere to all CDC guidelines for the safety of our children and staff.
- BCC Academy:
Grades K – 5
Providing educational and therapeutic services for children with special healthcare needs.
Broward Children’s Center’s private school, BCC Academy, provides educational and therapeutic services for children with special healthcare needs. BCC Academy offers a private school environment where children, K-5, receive quality services through our network of health, educational, and therapeutic programs.
Our non-profit private school is specifically designed to meet the unique developmental and educational needs of exceptional children, with moderate to severe challenges. Our teachers utilize research-based, instructional strategies, through a thematic-based curriculum designed to teach children:
Functional Life Skills
Various assessments and observations are used to set individualized educational goals for each child. Parental input is encouraged throughout this process to incorporate supplementary goals, optimizing the child’s educational experience.
Each child is placed in a classroom-based on his or her present level of performance. Our classroom ratios allow for each child to receive the personal attention needed to achieve their goals.
Our multi-disciplinary team of Occupational, Physical, Speech, and Behavior Therapists, offer services that are integrated into the classroom.
- Tuition - BCC Academy:
Tuition plans are individualized for each student. We will work with families to help meet the costs associated with attending BCC Academy.
Additional funding options are available through the McKay or Gardiner Scholarships. These scholarships provide funding for eligible students to attend an approved public or private school of their choice.
For additional information regarding BCC Academy, please call 954.416.2444.
- Funding - BCC Academy:
BCC’s Academy Private School receives funding through the Children’s Services Council of Broward, for information regarding more resources from the Children’s Services Council of Broward County click HERE. (https://www.cscbroward.org/)
- Summer Camp:
Broward Children’s Center presents: Kid’s Summer Camp, funded by the Children’s Services Council of Broward County.
For more information regarding Children’s Services Council of Broward County resources https://www.cscbroward.org/)
Join us from June to August, Monday – Friday from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM for a camp full of music, arts and crafts, outside play, cooking activities, interactive play, and more!
Program activities will be designed to accommodate the special needs population. Ages 3-11 are welcome at minimal to no cost, based on a sliding scale.
Transportation is available for those in need.
If you would like to pre-register for a Nutrition Education class, please fill out the form below. If you have not received a confirmation within 72 hours, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Before and After School Care:
Funded by the Children’s Services Council, the Before and After School Care Program at Broward Children’s Center is organized by a certified teacher to accommodate the young children we serve.
Our Before and After School Care Program is filled with fun, academically enriching activities such as in-school field trips and cultural arts events, music, arts and crafts, play, and more!
For more information, please call 954.946.7503.
For more information regarding the Children’s Services Council of Broward County, resources https://www.cscbroward.org
- Ethics Training and Reporting:
Reporting of Ethical Misconduct is required by law and is our duty as professionals entrusted with the safety and welfare of students every day. Florida Statute section 39.203 and section 768.095 protect the person reporting ethical misconduct from reprisal by the individual reported or the employer if the report was made in good faith without malicious intent. Broward Children’s Center requires that every employee report any issue that could currently or potentially impact the health, safety, or welfare of its students and employees.
The process for reporting is as follows. Any incident that an employee believes is potentially harmful to a student or another employee should be immediately reported to the school director, or designee if absent. Any employee who knowingly fails to report misconduct or abuse will be subject to discipline, up to and including termination.
Parents, students, and employees should regularly visit the public registry to review it for individuals who may have prior criminal records and sex offenses. Information concerning registered sex offenders and predators in Florida may be obtained by visiting http://www.fdle.state.fl.us, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Sexual Offenders database. Information may also be obtained by contacting the FDLE’s toll free telephone number: 1-888-FL-PREDATOR (1-888-357-7332). The school performs criminal-background checks on its employees and volunteers with unsupervised access to children, but cannot attest to the background of the various parents with whom their child may associate away from school.
In cases of suspected Physical Abuse, Sexual abuse or Neglect the employee should report those issues immediately to the 1-800-96Abuse hotline.
Notice: All employees will be required to complete ethics training on an annual basis as a condition of their employment.