Welcome to A Special Angel’s Touch Inc.
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A Special Angel’s Touch is a Home Care & Behavior Agency who provide non-medical services for children and adults with Special Needs and Developmental Disabilities in the comfort of their residence. Our mission is to provide optimal quality services to those with such but not limited to, Quadriplegia, Down Syndrome, Autism, & others.
We serve clients within the areas of Miami-Dade, Broward, and Monroe County in the state of Florida. Our team members are knowledgeable, and willing to go the extra mile in providing all the physical, mental, and emotional support your loved one needs.
All members of our staff are bilingual in English and Spanish. They are also specially trained in their areas of Personal Care (Home Health Aides, Certified Nursing Assistants) and Therapies such as Applied Behavior Analysis (Registered Behavior Technicians, BCaBA's, and Lead Analysts), Art and Music Therapies (LMHC). We are dedicated to the quality and assurance of the staff we hire here at A Special Angel’s Touch, every applicant we receive is screened, insured, and bonded for general qualification purposes.
Happy Mother´s Day
This month we wish all the mothers of our agency a happy day full of blessings.
“When you are looking at your mother, you are looking at the purest love you will ever know.” —Charley Benetto
"With whatever you feel in your heart to contribute, we will make a difference helping mothers with special children. Visit this link to make your donation and learn about us." https://specialmothersinaction.com/donacion/
ABA THERAPY TREATMENTS COMBINED WITH OUR PERSONAL & LOVING TOUCH FOR REAL, LASTING, AND MEANINGFUL RESULTS.
We accept coverage from the following insurances. If your plan is not listed, please call our office at 305-554-4111.
Seeking MALE AND FEMALE HHA, loyal, and dedicated individuals to join our team. Open for full time and part-time positions. Working in a group home setting with developmentally disabled individuals. Responsible/Experience of at least one year. Needs to be able to pass a background check level 2 and local. Must have a high school or GED.
Our vision is to become the preferred provider for our quality services. Our clients drive us to provide the best possible care so that they can live happy, healthy, and outstanding lives. We are committed to providing the best in value, reliability, and quality in the communities we serve. Building a strong relationship with our clients and their families is something we strongly believe in, and we go to great lengths to ensure the best quality of life and service.
WE HAVE ALL SERVICES COVERED
- WAIVER | PERSONAL SUPPORT
- WAIVER | Life Skills Development Level 1 (Companion)
- WAIVER | RESPITE CARE (under 21-PCS)
- ABA THERAPY
- CDC +
Special Mothers in Action is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping families who have children, or a loved one with special needs; to obtain the proper guidance, assistance, and attention to help them accomplish their aims and dreams.
- Emotional Support
- Up-to-date disability information
- Information on community resources
- Support meetings for parents and siblings
- Educational workshops
ALS AWARENESS MONTH
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is a rare neurological disease affecting nerve cells that control voluntary muscle movement. Individuals with ALS experience a degeneration of their motor neurons, which causes the muscles to stop receiving the signals needed to function. After a certain time, the brain completely loses its ability to control voluntary movements, hence, people with ALS are unable to walk, move, or even breathe properly. HOW TO OBSERVE ALS AWARENESS MONTH1. Donate to charity To directly impact the lives of those with ALS, donate some money to the organizations working for the cause. 2. Wear a ribbon Numerous special days have designated colors since this is one of the easiest ways to promote a cause. 3. Hold a small educational event for your community This can be done in your backyard or any spacious area. Make a simple PowerPoint presentation and speak about the risks of ALS and the donations required for affected people to lead better lives. Visit https://www.cdc.gov/als/
***Behavioral Therapy*** Decreasing negative Behaviors Increasing overall level of functioning Increasing social skills and eye contact Contact us 📞305-554-4111
SEEKING QUALIFIED MUSIC & ART TEACHER
Office Phone: 305-554-4111/305-397-5634
Mental Health Month
"Children’s mental health is an important part of overall health and well-being. Being mentally healthy in childhood means reaching developmental and emotional milestones, and learning healthy social skills and how to cope and stay resilient when there are problems. Children’s mental health is strengthened by supportive relationships and environments and can be put at risk by stress and negative experiences. Social determinants of health, meaning the conditions in the places where children live, learn, and play, can add stress and have a negative effect on mental health. Struggling with emotions and behavior is a normal part of growing up, and mental health can get better or worse over time. For some children, challenges with mental health can mean having symptoms and risk behaviors that persist or are severe enough to meet criteria for diagnosed disorders. Content source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention https://www.cdc.gov/childrensmentalhealth/features/understanding-public-health-concern.html"
Service Area For South Florida
Miami Dade County
Miami Lakes//Miami Springs, Hialeah/Hialeah Gardens, North Miami, Miami Beach, Coral Gables/Coconut Grove, Kendall/South Miami, Palmetto Bay/Cutler Ridge, Homestead/Florida City
Key Largo, Key Colony Beach, Layton, Marathon, Islamorada, Key West