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09/11/2014
By: Peggy H.
UCP Bailes Campus
This school is not for typical children (those that do not have special needs). My child attended this school for many years. The ratios of typical to special needs children are largely different between the classes in the same year. I would understand if the ratios became a bit off over the year due to children leaving and joining but that isn't the case. The ratios do not even start out close to the same. The care for babies and young toddlers is very good. As the children mature, it becomes clear that the school does not know how to support the different ability levels of the children. They do excellent work for special needs children. I have seen some amazing things! I feel that they do not know how to establish and support the inclusive environment that they advertise.
11/06/2012
By: vivaslacking
Fleischmann, David PhD
One of the few therapists in Orlando who's smart enough to understand what you're actually trying to tell him, willing to listen when you need to talk and knows what to say when you're just sitting there. The first few times I saw him I didn't even want to be there but after a month or two it felt more like hanging out with a friend than seeing a doctor. I've seen my fair share of therapists and even having since moved to New York and then Tampa I'd rather try to call Dr. Fleischmann on the phone than bother seeing anyone else.
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08/26/2015
By: Ch M.
UCP Bailes Campus
I totally disagree with the other poster. I have a son who goes there and he is NOT special needs. I have been through public school with my other two, so this is my first experience with a charter. Anyhow he is really thriving there. He loves it. He is learning a lot. I also love how integrated the school is. My son sees no difference (rightfully so) between having friends with special needs and those who are not.
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05/11/2016
By: Jason N.
No Abuse Inc
I'm glad i went to every class each one i learned something new about myself and everyone in the class teaching being honest with yourself is a valuable tool I'm a better person cause of it thank you Paula
08/31/2016
By: Christina E.
Sara Benitez Counseling
Kids and I have had an amazing experience. Kids, ask to see Ms. Sara when they are having a difficult time. Always a plus, when kids want to see a secialist.
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