Link to Florida Center for Students with Unique Abilities

The purpose of the Florida Center for Students with Unique Abilities (FCSUA) is to provide support to students, families, and institutions of higher education so that students with intellectual disabilities have opportunities for on-campus college experiences that lead to employment opportunities.

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Center for Independent Living Logo

The Center for Independent Living (CIL) helps to provide resources and accessibility options for people with disabilities.  It does this by working with community partners that promote inclusion of people with disabilities by eliminating architectural, communication and attitudinal barriers.  

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Vocational Rehabilitation Logo

The Florida Department of Education, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) is the state agency that helps people with physical and mental disabilities prepare for, get, advance in or keep a job.

Click here to visit their website

Click here to download an editable VR Referral


APD Logo

The Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD) supports persons with developmental disabilities in living, learning, and working in their communities, with goals of increasing both access to community-based services, treatment, and residential options and the number of individuals with developmental disabilities in the workforce.

Click here to visit APD's website for more information

Click here for information on the APD Central Region Office

Click here to learn how to apply for services


Division of Blind Services

The Florida Division of Blind Services help blind and visually impaired Floridians achieve their goals and live productive and independent lives. Services cover all ages from babies to senior citizens and include Employer Services, the Braille and Talking Books Library, and the Business Enterprise Program.

Click this link to learn more about the Florida Division of Blind Services

Click here to complete the Application for Services form


Florida Division on Career Development and Transition Logo

The purpose of the Florida Division on Career Development and Transition (FDCDT) is to promote the career development of individuals with exceptionalities in order to bring about effective programs of career awareness, career exploration, career preparation, and transition from school to work and community living for these individuals from early childhood through adulthood.  Additionally FDCDT encourages and promotes professional growth, research, legislation, and dissemination of information among Florida individuals and organizations concerned with and involved in career development and transition of people with exceptionalities. 

Click this link to learn more about FDCDT and "What's New in Transition"


Center for Autism and Related Disabilities Logo

The Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD) serves children and adults of all levels of intellectual functioning who have autism spectrum disorders, dual sensory impairments, or sensory impairments with other disabling conditions.  

Click this link to learn more about CARD

Click this link to register 


Project 10 Logo

Project 10: Transition Education Network, assists in  building capacity to provide secondary transition services to students with disabilities in order to improve their academic success and post-school outcomes. Project 10 serves as the primary conduit between the Florida Department of Education (FDOE), specifically the Bureau of Exceptional Student Education (BESE), and relevant school district personnel in addressing law and policy, effective practices, and research-based interventions in the area of transition services for youth with disabilities.

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Link to Central Florida Interagency Council

The Central Florida Interagency Council (CFIC) works to support the development of transition for individuals with unique abilities in Central Florida by promoting successful outcomes for independent living, employment, and educational goals.

Click here to learn more or get involved