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CFC Services

To improve the quality of life for residents, Central Florida Communities offers its residents a variety of healthcare services and treatments, each performed by experienced, licensed and certified therapists. These include:

Physical TherapyOccupational TherapySpeech Therapy

Behavioral ServicesNutritional Services

Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy Services are available to all residents. Individualized treatment plans are developed, implemented and monitored. Annual physical therapy evaluations, development of daily repositioning schedules, specialized wheelchair design, and special lifting and handling techniques for non-ambulatory residents are some of the Physical Therapy services provided. – All are designed to improve the resident’s independence, self management, and overall quality of life.

Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapy Services are available to all residents on a continuing basis in order to prevent further disabilities and abnormal development. Therapeutic treatments are implemented to improve fine motor skills, sensory motor skills. Perceptual motor skills and oral motor skills – As with Physical Therapy, these services are designed to improve the resident’s independence, self management, and overall quality of life.

Speech Therapy
Speech Therapy Services are available to all residents at each of the facilities. The speech-language pathologist provides speech, language, and oral motor services to enhance the comprehension, verbal communication, sign language, and augmentative communication. In addition, oral motor treatments and diet texture changes are implemented to improve chewing and swallowing functionality, as well as overall safety during meals.  

Behavioral Services
Central Florida Communities provides behavioral services to all consumers in need of this support. A Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) will assess each individual referred for services. Post assessment, if warranted, an individualized behavior plan is developed, staff are trained, the treatment plan is implemented and monitored. The Behavior Analyst will participate in the development of the Support Plan and training programs, with the goal to increase independence in all settings. The BCBA will provide consultation concerning psychotropic medications, monitoring and analysis of behavioral data on an ongoing basis.

Dietary & Nutrition Services
Nutrition programs are customized for individuals with unique disabilities and quickly become a significant contributor to improving quality of life. Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) refers to the assessment of the nutritional status of individuals with an illness, diet-related condition, or injury, in order to benefit the individual’s own health – and these services are available at all CFC facilities. The overall objective of the Dietary and Nutrition Services provided by CFC is to provide nutritious and attractive meals for all residents – and to provide medical nutrition therapy in accordance with each resident’s individual physical, ethnic, religious and social needs.

If you have a loved one with a disability and are interested in one of these CFC centers, please call the Placement Coordinator at the Agency for Persons with Disabilities and tell them you are interested in a program operated by Central Florida Communities.

The CFC Mission:

To strive each day for excellence... by supporting and encouraging each individual to achieve the highest level of independence in an environment that promotes independence, choice, dignity, happiness and opportunities to participate in decisions affecting every aspect of their lives.

Our Goals:

every aspect of their lives.

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