Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital manages 259 beds and ranks as a U.S. News & World Report Best Children's Hospital. In 2011, All Children's Hospital became the first center outside the Baltimore-Washington, D.C. area to integrate with the Johns Hopkins Health System. In 2016, it officially took the name Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital.
Johns Hopkins All Children's has 11 outpatient care centers in six counties on Florida's west coast and affiliations and collaborations with community and regional hospitals where Johns Hopkins All Children's physicians and protocols have direct impact on patient care.
Johns Hopkins All Children's also collaborates with such hospitals as Sarasota Memorial, Brandon Regional, St. Petersburg General and others to provide specialty care to their patients.
As a regional referral center for children, Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital draws patients from throughout Florida, all 50 states and 36 foreign countries. It is one of four pediatric trauma centers in the state of Florida.
Oak Park School is the center school for special needs in the Sarasota County School District serving students from Pre K to age 22. Each student’s needs are met through an Individualized Education Program.
Small, nurturing classroom environments with highly trained staff support students academically and behaviorally to achieve their maximum potential.
Diverse specialized programs on campus include:
Physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, vision therapy, hearing services, assistive and augmentive communication services, counseling services, adaptive physical education, music, art, horticulture, hippo therapy, aquatic therapy, scouts, vocational training both on and off campus, Job coaching services, OJT, Community Based Instruction, social skills training programs, behavior modification programs, nursing services
The Angelman Syndrome Foundation is dedicated to funding the highest caliber of research on Angelman syndrome. It their hope that these funded researchers, and their collaborators and peers, will bring forth new discoveries that ultimately lead to safe and effective therapies that improve the quality of life for all with Angelman syndrome.
The American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks raise awareness and funds to save lives from breast cancer. Each event is a noncompetitive 3 to 5 mile walk that brings people together to make a difference for everyone who has been touched by breast cancer. The events raise money to fund innovative research, provide free information and support, and to help people reduce their breast cancer risk or find it early when it's most treatable.
From the opening ceremony to the post-walk entertainment, a Making Strides event is a celebration of survivors and opportunity to remember loved-ones lost. It's a day that shouldn't be missed and won't be forgotten.
The Alzheimer's Association, Florida Gulf Coast Chapter serves 16 counties with education and support as well as raising funds for research.
Our mission is to eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for those affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.
Our Florida Gulf Coast Chapter is here to help. We provide education and support to all those facing Alzheimer’s and other dementias throughout our community, including those living with the disease, caregivers, health care professionals and families.
We are also committed to advocating for the needs and rights of those facing Alzheimer’s disease and advancing critical research toward methods of treatment, prevention and, ultimately, a cure.
The Florida Gulf Coast Chapter meets the challenge of such overwhelming numbers through a dedicated staff out of four regional offices and the Memory Mobile, a mobile classroom and office, that serves rural and inner city communities.