Brighten their future
Founded in 2005 to help families in need, Bright Steps Forward, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with the mission to ensure that all children in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties with neurological or developmental disorders such as autism and cerebral palsy have access to top quality physical, occupational, speech and ABA therapy.Apply for assistance
Fundraiser for Kids with Disabilities
On May 25th was our Special event at the Ft. Lauderdale Improv starring "hilarious" actor and comedian Adam Ferrara, and the lucky ones who attended the show had a lot of fun!
It was a great evening of laughter and good will to raise funds to provide critical and early therapeutic interventions for children with disabilities.
Soon all the photos of this memorable event...
If you missed it, be on the lookout, we are already preparing our next event. It will be in November...
What We Do
A School for special children
Bright Steps Forward also operates a fully accredited school for children with special needs that serves children from kindergarten through 12th grade.
Bright Steps Forward is currently in open enrollment for summer camp, ages 5 to 12, and for the 2016/2017 school year.
Jun 13th - Aug 19th, 2016
10 weeks of fun activities for Special Needs Campers.
Therapies are available throughout the duration of the camp with specialized therapists.
Registration is open and space is limited!Download application form
What We Do
The Spons'a-kid program
Bright Steps Forward has created a unique new fundraising program for families worldwide who cannot afford the myriad of therapies needed for their child. Our concept is simple: we create a customized fundraising page for each child where they can tell their compelling story and set their fundraising goal. Parents then share the link to the page with family, friends and social networks who are encouraged to support the cause with a donation and help the campaign go viral.
Inside South Florida - Steps In The Right Direction
Dave Aizer interviews Tori Gabriel, Director of Development at Bright Steps Forward, and Nadine Gustave.