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4448 Edgewater Dr, Orlando, FL 32804 196 S Semoran Blvd, Orlando, FL 32807 2120 Saxon Blvd, Deltona, FL 32725 11251 S O.B.T., Orlando, FL 32837 3070 Lions Court, Kissimmee, FL 34744 Florida Edition — Volume X, Issue II 15 Association for the Education of Young Children. “Each of our 5 locations meet the top goals of childhood development centers nationwide,” she assures. “We are fully accredited and our nurses, therapists and preschool teachers are passionate about their profession and love every child attending our centers!” “Eddy was developmentally delayed when he first came to us, and our staff worked diligently to prepare him for his transition into public school. He’s bright, smart and funny, and he gives the best hugs.” EXPERT CARE Nydia says despite Eddy’s medical conditions, he thrives in public school now because of the occupational, cognitive and physical therapies he received at ChildrenFirst PPEC. “He was very shy when he first started going there,” Nydia recalls. “Now, he is much more outgoing and he talks to everyone. He was in a stroller when he first started the ChildrenFirst PPEC program and now, he is walking on his own. He loves to dance and he gets up and dances anytime he hears music, which is so fun to see him do! He even dances to the commercials!” Nydia says Eddy continues to receive care at the ChildrenFirst PPEC center on days when he is not in school, such as summer break and school holidays. “He loves it there,” she says. “The care they have given him in such a short time has changed his life. The nurses, therapists and teachers are fantastic! They have helped to shape him into who he has become today. I am very thankful that I found them!” ���������������������������������������������������������������� 513-3000


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