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Family Empowerment Scholarship

We have great news for parents and caregivers of Florida! Your child may be eligible for the Family Empowerment Scholarship (formerly Gardiner Scholarship) and receive speech therapy online from the comfort of your home or directly in person. This scholarship serves to meet the individual academic and therapeutic needs of Florida children with disabilities ages 3-22 (or 12th grade; whichever comes first).

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The 5 Biggest Myths of Children's Speech Therapy 
Speech therapy for children is a crucial intervention that can greatly improve their communication skills...
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10 Fun and Effective Speech Therapy Strategies for Your Toddler
As parents, we all want to see our children thrive and develop to their fullest potential. For many parents,...
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Talking Tots: Nurturing Little Voices with Speech Therapy Magic
Every parent eagerly awaits the magical moment when their little one utters those first words. However,...
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Family Empowerment Scholarship
We have great news for parents and caregivers of Florida! Your child may be eligible for the Family...
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Broad Horizons Speech Therapy featured on Jacksonville Momcast
In Episode 32: Calonda Henry, a Jacksonville mom, and the founder of Broad Horizons Speech Therapy chats...
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As Featured in Essence Magazine
Calonda Henry, M.S. CCC-SLP, clinical director and owner of Broad Horizons Speech Therapy, a private...
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Broad Horizons Speech Therapy is proud to be an approved Family Empowerment Scholarship Provider
Florida Department of Education’s Family Empowerment Scholarship provides eligible students, ages...
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Does My Child Need Speech Therapy for a Lisp?
Ah….the cute and adorable toddler years that bring about the s-sounds and z-sounds produced with...
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Speech + Language IEP's during COVID-19
Speech and language impairments are ranked second amongst disabilities in school-aged children receiving...
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