We are excited to announce the opening of the Carrie Brazer Center for Autism in Tavernier!
With the expansion we are able to provide services in both the Florida Keys and Miami.
Miami : 7530 Sunset Dr. Miami FL 33143
Phone (305) 271-8790
Fax (305) 271-8789
Keys: 92295 Overseas Highway Tavernier FL 33070
Phone (305) 741-7675
Fax (305) 741-7669
Email: info@cbc4autism.org
 
 

 

 

 

 

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Miami : 305-271-8790

Keys: 305-741-7675

Autism School Serving Miami, FL

The Carrie Brazer Center for Autism,  provides services for children with autism and other developmental delays. Our programs consists of highly structured, consistent, cognitive and community based instruction. Each of our behavior and occupational therapy solutions are based solely on the principles of positive reinforcement through the autism school and camp curriculum. Based in Miami, FL, our center strives to meet each child’s educational and behavioral goals. We are proud to accept the McKay scholarship & Gardiner scholarship as payment towards any tuition costs. To learn more about our programs or to sign your child up for autism summer camp, please feel free to contact us today.
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History of Carrie Brazer for Autism

The Carrie Brazer Center for Autism was founded in 1999 by Carrie Brazer, a Florida Certified Special Education teacher with a Master’s Degree in Varying Exceptionalities. She has made it her life’s mission to find alternative treatments to heal the autistic child while heightening community awareness through her fundraising efforts with national and community organizations in support of autism research and awareness.

History of Carrie Brazer for Autism

The Carrie Brazer Center for Autism was founded in 1999 by Carrie Brazer, a Florida Certified Special Education teacher with a Master’s Degree in Varying Exceptionalities. She has made it her life’s mission to find alternative treatments to heal the autistic child while heightening community awareness through her fundraising efforts with national and community organizations in support of autism research and awareness.

A few words from our founder.

I know I can’t change the world but I want to offer something, even though it may be small and from a humble place. In these challenging times, the most important step we can take is to act from a place of love, kindness and connection.

Carrie Brazer.

Carrie Brazer

A few words from our founder.

I know I can’t change the world but I want to offer something, even though it may be small and from a humble place. In these challenging times, the most important step we can take is to act from a place of love, kindness and connection.

Carrie Brazer.

carrie brazer

The Power Of Positive Discipline.

The Carrie Brazer Center for Autism is a proud “Positive Discipline School” and one of the only in Florida for students on the Autism Spectrum. The Positive Discipline approach teaches children, teachers, staff and parents to be encouraging to each other and to themselves. It is a whole school model designed to teach everyone in the school to have a role that creates a sense of belonging and significance. Every relationship is nurturing and deeply respectful. The environment is inviting and teaches everyone to be responsible, respectful and resourceful members of their school family. Contact our special needs school today to learn more about the curriculum. We serve children across Miami, Homestead, Cutler Bay, Kendall, and Key Largo, FL.

 

Imagine a school

 

♥     Where children can’t wait to come each day.

♥     Where teachers and children give hugs every day.

♥     Where parents feel safe dropping their children off because they know their child will be respected and loved the entire day long.

♥     Where the entire staff is happy and loves their job

and you see it on their faces every day.

♥     Where the students feel comfortable to make mistakes and to blossom and grow into independent and happy individuals.

♥ Where the parents feel like a part of an extended family and have the desire to learn the skills they need to become effective parents.

♥     Where the children respect each other, speak kind words and demonstrate empathy through acts of kindness, especially to those less fortunate than they are.

♥     Where students are engaged and parents are contributing to the classroom, to the school and to the larger community.

The Positive Discipline model was created by Dr. Jane Nelsen and Lynn Lott and derived from the works of psychologists Alfred Adler and Rudolph Dreikurs. Positive Discipline is based on mutually respectful relationships at home, at school and in the community. Positive Discipline teaches parents, educators, students and community members the skills necessary to create healthy interpersonal connections in an environment where each contribution has meaning, is valued, and expected.

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