Welcome!

Speech & Language Therapy

  • • Speech Disorders:

     

    º Voice Disorders - Abnormalities in pitch, volume, vocal quality, or resonance or duration of sounds.

     

    º Articulation Disorders - Problems producing speech sounds.

     

    º Fluency Disorders - Impairment in speech fluency, such as stuttering.

     

  • • Language Disorders:

    º Language Disorders include developmental or acquired conditions that lead to difficulties in understanding or producing language.

  • • Swallowing Disorder

     

    º Dysphagia- is the medical term for the symptom of

    difficulty in swallowing. It’s described as the difficulty  in the passage of solids or  liquids from the mouth to the stomach.

     

Who We Are?

The IBCK Special Needs Center is a ministry of Central Baptist Church of  Kissimmee. It was founded following God's command to provide services to children with disabilities and their families.  Our goal is  to help them to grow in a Christian environment that will provide them with the services  they  need during school hours.

Our Vision

Break down barriers so that people with disabilities can achieve a plentyfull life, equality and brotherly love in our society.

Our Mission

Provide students with special needs a Jesus Christ centered education and training to help them develop  their full potential for the future.

Physical Therapy

We are trained to diagnose, treat and manage developmental, neuromuscular, congenital, skeletal, and acquired diseases and disorders in infants, children and adolescents. Our treatment is geared to improve balance and coordination, gross and fine motor skills, strength, endurance, as well as their cognitive and sensory processing and integration. Children with cerebral, spina bifida delays, and torticollis are among the people who can benefit from pediatric physical developmental therapy.

 

As therapists we promote a child's independence, increasing their participation, motor development and function, improving their strength and enhancing their

learning opportunities.

 

The treatment focuses on improving the following:

 

 • Adapting toys for play

 

 • Expanding mobility options through

Orthotic Devices,

 

 • Adaptive Equipment and          Wheelchair

 

 • Using equipment effectively

 

 • Teaching safety for the home and community

 

 • Positioning during daily routines and activities

 

 • Providing information on the child's physical and health care needs

 

 • Easing transitions from early childhood to school and into adult life

 

 

Occupational

Therapy

We help our students to;

 

• Facilitate development of fine motor skills   and milestones

 

• Maximize posture, bilateral coordination,   mobility and strength

 

• Address sensory processing, visual perceptual  coordination, hygene and toileting, feeding  and oral - motor therapy, life and self - help skills

 

 

Then Peter opened his mouth and said, “In truth I perceive that God is no respecter  of persons,  but in every nation he that feareth Him and worketh righteousness  is accepted by Him.”

 

- Acts 10:34-35

The family is the center for us. Stop wasting time in therapy sessions after work hours. We put in your hands the blessing of receiving all the services your child needs in one place. Each case is unique and we want to help. Contact us for  an orientation as soon as possible. We are pleased to answer all your questions.

 

MONDAY - FRIDAY

8:00 A.M. - 4:30 p.m.

407-348-2060

407-348-2061

FAX: 407-348-2063

2275 Fortune Road,

Kissimmee, FL 34744

ibckhealth.cfl.rr.com

How to begin services?

 

Who We Are?

The IBCK Special Needs Center is a ministry of Central Baptist Church of  Kissimmee. It was founded following God's command to provide services  to children with disabilities and their families.  Our goal is  to help them to grow in  a Christian environment that will provide them  with the  services  they  need during school hours.

As therapists we promote a child's independence, increasing their participation, motor development and function, improving their strength and enhancing their

learning opportunities.

As therapists we promote a child's independence, increasing their participation, motor development and function, improving their strength and enhancing their

learning opportunities.

 

Break down barriers so that people with disabilities can achieve a plentyfull life, equality and brotherly love in our society.

Provide students with special needs a Jesus Christ centered education and training to help them develop  their full potential for the future.

Speech & Language Therapy

  • • Speech Disorders:

     

    º Voice Disorders - Abnormalities in pitch, volume, vocal quality, or resonance or duration of sounds.

     

    º Articulation Disorders - Problems producing speech sounds.

     

    º Fluency Disorders - Impairment in speech fluency, such as stuttering.

     

  • • Language Disorders:

    º Language Disorders include developmental or acquired conditions that lead to difficulties in understanding or producing language.

  • • Swallowing Disorder

     

    º Dysphagia- is the medical term for the symptom of

    difficulty in swallowing. It’s described as the difficulty  in the passage of solids or  liquids from the mouth to the stomach.

     

 

Physical Therapy

Our Vision

Break down barriers so that people with disabilities can achieve a plentyfull life, equality and brotherly love in our society.

Our Mission

Provide students with special needs a Jesus Christ centered education and training to help them develop  their full potential for the future.

 

We are trained to diagnose, treat and manage developmental, neuromuscular, congenital, skeletal, and acquired diseases and disorders in infants, children and adolescents. Our treatment is geared to improve balance and coordination, gross and fine motor skills, strength, endurance, as well as their cognitive and sensory processing and integration. Children with cerebral, spina bifida delays, and torticollis are among the people who can benefit from pediatric physical developmental therapy.

 

As therapists we promote a child's independence, increasing their participation, motor development and function, improving their strength and enhancing their

learning opportunities.

 

The treatment focuses on improving the following:

 

 • Adapting toys for play

 

 • Expanding mobility options through

Orthotic Devices,

 

 • Adaptive Equipment and          Wheelchair

 

 • Using equipment effectively

 

 • Teaching safety for the home and community

 

 • Positioning during daily routines and activities

 

 • Providing information on the child's physical and health care needs

 

 • Easing transitions from early childhood to school and into adult life

 

 

Speech & Language Therapy

  • • Speech Disorders:

     

    º Voice Disorders - Abnormalities in pitch, volume, vocal quality, or resonance or duration of sounds.

     

    º Articulation Disorders - Problems producing speech sounds.

     

    º Fluency Disorders - Impairment in speech fluency, such as stuttering.

     

  • • Language Disorders:

    º Language Disorders include developmental or acquired conditions that lead to difficulties in understanding or producing language.

  • • Swallowing Disorder

     

    º Dysphagia- is the medical term for the symptom of

    difficulty in swallowing. It’s described as the difficulty  in the passage of solids or  liquids from the mouth to the stomach.

     

 

Our Vision

Our Mission

We are trained to diagnose, treat and manage developmental, neuromuscular, congenital, skeletal, and acquired diseases and disorders in infants, children and adolescents. Our treatment is geared to improve balance and coordination, gross and fine motor skills, strength, endurance, as well as their cognitive and sensory processing and integration. Children with cerebral, spina bifida delays, and torticollis are among the people who can benefit from pediatric physical developmental therapy.

The treatment focuses on improving the following:

 

 • Adapting toys for play

 • Expanding mobility options through

Orthotic Devices,

 • Adaptive Equipment and Wheelchair

 • Using equipment effectively

 • Teaching safety for the home and community

 • Positioning during daily routines and activities

 • Providing information on the child's physical

   and health care needs

 • Easing transitions from early childhood to

   school and into adult life

 

Speech & Language Therapy

  • • Speech Disorders:

     

    º Voice Disorders - Abnormalities in pitch, volume, vocal quality, or resonance or duration of sounds.

     

    º Articulation Disorders - Problems producing speech sounds.

     

    º Fluency Disorders - Impairment in speech fluency, such as stuttering.

     

  • • Language Disorders:

    º Language Disorders include developmental or acquired conditions that lead to difficulties in understanding or producing language.

  • • Swallowing Disorder

     

    º Dysphagia- is the medical term for the symptom of

    difficulty in swallowing. It’s described as the difficulty  in the passage of solids or  liquids from the mouth to the stomach.

     

Welcome!

Speech & Language Therapy

  • • Speech Disorders:

     

    º Voice Disorders - Abnormalities in pitch, volume, vocal quality, or resonance or duration of sounds.

     

    º Articulation Disorders - Problems producing speech sounds.

     

    º Fluency Disorders - Impairment in speech fluency, such as stuttering.

     

  • • Language Disorders:

    º Language Disorders include developmental or acquired conditions that lead to difficulties in understanding or producing language.

  • • Swallowing Disorder

     

    º Dysphagia- is the medical term for the symptom of

    difficulty in swallowing. It’s described as the difficulty  in the passage of solids or  liquids from the mouth to the stomach.

     

MONDAY - FRIDAY

8:00 A.M. - 4:30 p.m.

407-348-2060

407-348-2061

FAX: 407-348-2063

2275 Fortune Road,

Kissimmee, FL 34744

ibckhealth.cfl.rr.com

www.ibck-fhcc.org