Welcome to our tri-county listing of special needs resources. We do our best to include every organization, but sometimes things fall through the cracks. If you know of an organization you feel should be included, send the information to Editor Kyara Lomer-Camarena at email@example.com.
Dial 211 or 954-537-0211
Free comprehensive information and referrals to callers, an online resource list for Broward County organizations, 24-hour crisis support and a calendar of special-needs events. Search for organizations in Broward County by need at www.irissoft.com/fcfb.
10168 W. Sample Road, Coral Springs
Abi’s Place is a nonprofit school serving children ages 3 to 12 who have mental or physical disabilities. Each child is evaluated and receives a personalized education plan.
ACE EDUCATIONAL SUPPLIES
5595 S. University Drive, Davie, 954-680-8172
5670 W. Sample Road, Margate, 954-978-6991
ACE offers a wide variety of special needs products related to daily living, auditory and visual stimulation, fine and gross motor skills, resource books, activity guides, sensory development, sign language, speech and language, accessible furniture and more at both retail locations with additional products available online.
THE ACADEMY FOR COMMUNITY EDUCATION
8950 NW Second Ave., El Portal
ACE is a school for at-risk students in the ninth to 12th grades in Miami-Dade County. ACE provides a small class experience in a disciplined and unique learning environment.
ADOLPH AND ROSE LEVIS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
9801 Donna Klein Blvd., Boca Raton
The Levis JCC offers a variety of camps, sports programs and social programs for children and adults with special needs.
ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION FOUNDATION SCHOOLS
Serving the tri-county area
954-581-8222, firstname.lastname@example.org, aef schools.com
AEF Schools provide an alternative approach to teaching and learning for children in first through 12th grades whose needs are not being met by traditional public schools or mainstream services.
AGENCY FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
201 W. Broward Blvd., Fort Lauderdale
The APD works in partnership with local communities and private providers to assist those with developmental disabilities and their families. APD also provides assistance in identifying the needs of people with developmental disabilities for supports and services.
ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION FOUNDATION SCHOOLS
Serving the tri-county area
aefschools.com, email@example.com, 954-581-8222
Alternative Education Foundation Preparatory Schools provide an alternative approach to teaching and learning for children in first through 12th grades whose needs are not being met by traditional public schools or mainstream services. AEF's unique program offers college-bound students a strong academic, life and social skills education in a supportive, structured and nurturing environment.
ANNUAL FAMILY FESTIVAL OF ARTS AND GAMES
A free one-day festival providing children with disabilities and their families a day filled with fun activities such as wheelchair races, a petting zoo, theater, sports and music. Pre-registration is required.
ANN STORCK CENTER
1790 SW 43rd Way, Fort Lauderdale
10250 NW 53rd St., Sunrise; 954-746-9400
5555 Biscayne Blvd., Miami; 305-759-8500
Services, education and advocacy for children and adults with developmental disabilities.
ARTISTS WITH AUTISM
A South Florida nonprofit that seeks to provide opportunities for artistic expression to those with autism, as well as guidance, expertise and resources
AUTISM SOCIETY OF AMERICA, BROWARD COUNTY CHAPTER
Family support, children’s programming, public outreach and autism awareness campaigns are available to the whole South Florida community. The chapter is dedicated to the education and welfare of children and adults with autism spectrum disorders.
ASCENSION CATHOLIC CHURCH SPECIAL NEEDS MINISTRY
7250 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton
A ministry for families facing the specific challenges of daily life while raising a child with special needs. Special events, professional resources and support programs are offered on a regular basis.
Broward: 3325 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 204, Hollywood, 954-449-6522
Miami: 100 SE Second St., Suite 2200, Miami, 305-374-2233
Palm Beach: Coming in 2013
Volunteers are paired with intellectually disabled partners and foster friendships.
BIT-BY-BIT THERAPEUTIC RIDING CENTER
Wattland Barn, 8000 NW 84th Ave.,
Sand and Spurs Equestrian Park, 1600 NE
Fifth Ave., Pompano Beach; 786-412-5757
Horse Tales Ranch, 2995 SW 121st Ave., Davie; 786-412-5757
Community-supported organization recognizes the healing power horses share with all humans. Individualized treatment plans are developed to meet the specific needs of each client. Scholarships and sliding-scale fees available. TRICARE providers. Pony Scouts is a new six-week program for the typical child and high-functioning independent special-needs children ages 5-12. Safe horse interaction, grooming, leading, tacking, arts and crafts, etc. Originally created for the siblings of the special-needs participants but is now open to public.
4340 Sheridan St., Suite 202, Hollywood
BCI works to optimize learning potential and personal well-being for children and adults with early childhood developmental delays and decreased mental functioning associated with the aging process. Audiologists available for hearing and auditory processing testing. Dr. Leah Light’s BrainwoRx program for children with developmental delays and social and learning challenges addresses the root of the issue, not just symptoms, and treats the child’s development as a whole.
BROWARD CHILDREN’S CENTER
200 SE 19th Ave., Pompano Beach
www.bcckids.org, firstname.lastname@example.org, 954-943-7336, ext. 114
Offers group homes, home care, nursing facility for special medical needs, pediatric clinic, pediatric extended care program, preschool, social services, respite care and therapy.
BROWARD GOLD COAST DOWN SYNDROME ORGANIZATION
10250 NW 53rd St., Sunrise
An organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with Down syndrome through family support, education and social activities.
CAMP BOGGY CREEK
30500 Brantley Branch Road, Eustis
www.BoggyCreek.org , 352-483-4200,
Free year-round programs for children and their families are offered to children ages 7 to 16 who have been diagnosed with one of the following diseases or illnesses: asthma, bleeding disorders and hemophilia, cancer, craniofacial disorders, diabetes, epilepsy, heart/cardiovascular, HIV/AIDS, inflammatory bowel disease, kidney disease, rheumatic disease, ventilator assisted disorders, sickle cell anemia, spina bifida and transplants.
CANINE ASSISTED THERAPY
3554 NE 12th Ave., Fort Lauderdale
This nonprofit organization provides free pet therapy to both children and adults who need who need comfort, companionship or the unconditional love only a dog can provide.
Canine Assistants trains and provides service dogs for children and adults with physical disabilities or other special needs free of charge. Service dogs perform tasks such as turning lights on and off, opening and closing doors, pulling wheelchairs, retrieving dropped objects, summoning help and providing secure companionship.
7990 SW 117th Ave., Suite 135, ¿Miami
ccdh.org, email@example.com, 305-596-1160
A coalition that focuses on those with developmental, physical, sensory and other disabilities. CCDH advocates, coordinates and provides supports and services.
CENTER FOR AUTISM & RELATED DISABILITIES
Broward: www.umcard.org, 954-262-7111
Miami-Dade: www.umcard.org, 305-284-6563
Palm Beach: www.coe.fau.edu/card,
Programs provide support, information and training for families who have children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder and related disabilities.
CENTER FOR HEARING AND COMMUNICATION
2900 W. Cypress Creek Road, Suite 3,
www.chchearing.org, Voice: 954-731-7200, TTY: 954-731-7208
The center’s mission is to improve the quality of life for infants, children and adults with all degrees of hearing loss.
Palm Beach: 561-434-8975
Free hearing, vision, language and motor development screening for children ages birth to 21. Child Find assists school districts and other agencies in the early identification of children who may have disabilities or learning problems.
CHILDREN & ADULTS WITH ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER (CHADD)
National office: 800-233-4050
Boca Raton: 561-451-7107
Broward County North: 954-753-3518
Broward County South and Dade County:
Palm Beach County: 561-478-5160
A national nonprofit organization offering education, support and advocacy for individuals diagnosed with an attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
CHILDREN’S CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT AND BEHAVIOR
440 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway, Suite 106, Sunrise
A service of Children’s Psychology Associates. Supports social, physical, intellectual, creative, emotional and developmental growth of children from birth to adulthood. Assessments, interventions and treatment options for children with developmental delays, including autism.
CHILDREN’S DIAGNOSTIC AND TREATMENT CENTER
1401 S. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale
Provides services, medical care, early intervention, support groups, evaluations, therapy and events to children with disabilities.
CHILDREN’S MEDICAL SERVICES (FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH)
1625 SE Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale
Provides health services for eligible infants, children, adolescents and young adults with ongoing physical or behavioral conditions; protection and safety for abused or neglected children; overall child well-being information; early intervention/child development; and newborn screenings.
CHILDREN’S SERVICES COUNCIL OF BROWARD COUNTY
6600 W. Commercial Blvd., Lauderhill
cscbroward.org, firstname.lastname@example.org, 954-377-1000
The mission of this government agency is “to provide the leadership, advocacy and resources necessary to enhance children's lives and empower them to become responsible, productive adults through collaborative planning and funding of a continuum of quality care.”
THE CHILDREN’S TRUST
3150 SW Third Ave., Miami
The Children’s Trust partners with the community to invest in programs that improve the lives of all children and families in Miami-Dade County. The Trust advocates and funds quality services, including early intervention and those that help remove barriers between children with disabilities and those without.
CIRCLE OF FRIENDS
Meets at Schacknow Museum of Fine Arts, 7080 NW Fourth St., Plantation
circleoffriendsandstars.com, email@example.com, 954-583-5551, 305-469-6009,
Serves teens and adults with autism and Down syndrome, and others with learning and developmental disabilities. Artistic expression for special needs teens and adults. Meets from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturdays for art, dance, music, crafts, gardening and theater. Age 16 and older.
CLUB MANAGERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA THERAPEUTIC RECREATION CENTER
2728 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth
The center provides a place for people of all abilities to meet and socialize and participate in a wide variety of accessible, therapeutic recreation programs.
CREATIVE LEARNING AND PLAY
An inclusive after-school and summer camp program for children age 5 and older with special needs. Program activities include literacy, fitness, social skills development, homework support and nutrition education.
CROHN’S & COLITIS FOUNDATION OF AMERICA
The Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America's mission is to cure Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, and to improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases.
CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION
Palm Beach Office, 700 S. Dixie Highway, Suite 100, West Palm Beach
South Florida Office, 3443 NW 55th St., Building 1, Fort Lauderdale
Local chapters organize and host a variety of special events to raise funds to support vital cystic fibrosis programs. Events include the Great Strides walk, golf tournaments, dinner dances/black-tie galas and more.
DARRELL GWYNN FOUNDATION
Serves the tri-county area
4850 SW 52nd St., Davie
darrellgwynnfoundation.org, 954-792-7223, ext. 101, firstname.lastname@example.org
The foundation donates brand new, highly customized manual and power wheelchairs to children and adults who have been denied by Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance companies, or those lacking insurance coverage. Those who wish to apply for a wheelchair can visit darrellgwynnfoundation.org/pre-application-checklist.php, email or call.
DEAF FAMILY LITERACY ACADEMY OF MIAMI-DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
The Deaf Family Literacy Academy serves deaf children ages birth-12 years and their families. The program includes home visits by a deaf mentor, language and reading instruction for deaf children, sign language instruction for parents, and Parent and Child Together activities.
DELIVER THE DREAM
3223 NW 10th Terrace, Suite 602, Fort Lauderdale
Retreat programs for families experiencing a serious illness or crisis to “regain strength, mend spirits and just be families and kids again.”
Organic and gluten-free catering, baking and personal chef services for children and adults with special dietary needs.
DOWN SYNDROME BROWARD
A local website that provides information to parents and families of children with Down syndrome in Broward County.
EASTER SEALS FLORIDA
Palm Beach: 561-471-1688
Easter Seals provides services, education, outreach, and advocacy so people living with autism and other disabilities can live, learn, work and play in our communities.
EPILEPSY FOUNDATION OF FLORIDA
Broward: 512 NE Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale; 954-779-1509
Miami-Dade: 1200 NW 78th Ave., Suite 400, Miami; 305-670-4949
Palm Beach: 3222 Commerce Place, Suite B, West Palm Beach; 561-478-6515
A community-based network of organizations that help people with epilepsy and their families find and access important services where they live and work.
EQUUS FOR HUMANITY
18130 SW 50th Court, Southwest Ranches
www.equusforhumanity.com, email@example.com, 954-661-8586
Provides equine-facilitated psychotherapy and learning activities to individuals who are grant-qualified for financial aid and can demonstrate benefit from such services for medical, social or psychological reasons.
FAMILY NETWORK ON DISABILITIES OF BROWARD COUNTY
This organization for parents and families of children with special needs provides support through one-on-one educational assistance, workshops and training to help parents become the best advocate they can be for their child.
FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER OF SOUTH FLORIDA
155 S. Miami Ave., Suite 400
Nonprofit agency that works to provide services in the community to prevent and treat child abuse and neglect through the strengthening of families.
FLORIDA CENTER FOR ALLERGY & ASTHMA CARE
Multiple locations in the tri-county area
Main Office, 305-223-8808
Offers allergy testing and shots, pulmonary functioning tests, food allergy diagnosis and education, clinical research studies and patient education.
FLORIDA DIVISION OF BLIND SERVICES
Palm Beach: 561-681-2548
Early intervention programs for babies and learning and independence programs for school-age children intended to foster each child’s learning and ability to function independently.
600 N. Pine Island Road, Suite 230, Plantation
thementornetwork.com, test-fl.thementornetwork.com, 954-423-1919,
Provides services in Broward and Miami-Dade counties for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities; children, adolescents and their families; and neurological, brain and spinal cord injury services.
THE FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE OF PARKLAND
954-970-9551, ext. 18
Through weekly home visits, pairs of teens reach out to families within the Jewish community who have children with special needs. Hour-long visits provide respite for parents and warmth and friendship for children and their families.
GOD’S LITTLE ACRES
4551 NW 39th Ave., Coconut Creek
godslittleacres.org, info@GodsLittleAcres.org, 954-984-0787
Nonprofit, multicultural, nonreligious Florida licensed charity that provides safe and controlled recreational opportunities for terminally ill and developmentally disabled children ages 2 to 11 with their families. The 5-acre ranch serves as an escape for children with, for example, cancer, leukemia, AIDS, cerebral palsy, autism, Down syndrome, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, cystic fibrosis and more.
21441 Boca Rio Road, Boca Raton
Boca Raton-based group home for boys ages 9 to 17 who have been removed from abusive and neglectful homes and placed in protective care by the state.
HENDERSON BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
Locations in Palm Beach and Broward counties
Nonprofit behavioral health care system for children, adults and families. Manages a 650 housing units for adults and children, including supportive housing, permanent housing for those with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders, a safe-haven and emergency homeless shelter, residential treatment and group home care.
HORSES AND THE HANDICAPPED OF SOUTH FLORIDA
Tradewinds Park North, 3600 W. Sample Road, Coconut Creek
For almost 30 years, Horses and the Handicapped has provided equine therapy to children and adults with physical, cognitive and emotional special needs. This NARHA-accredited facility serves those living in Palm Beach and Broward counties.
JOEY’S OUTBACK ADVENTURE
10670 W. Forest Hill Blvd., Wellington
During Special Needs and Autism Night from 6 to 8 p.m. the second Monday of each month, parents can bring their children with autism or other special needs to play at a discounted rate with specially trained employees. $9 per child including dinner or $7 without dinner. Adults get 10 percent off food.
JUVENILE DIABETES RESEARCH FOUNDATION
Broward and Miami-Dade: 3411 NW Ninth Ave., Suite 701, Fort Lauderdale;
Palm Beach: 1450 Centre Park Blvd., Suite 210, West Palm Beach; 561-686-7701
Dedicated to finding a cure for diabetes and its complications through funding and research, the local chapters provide support and referrals, and offer family mentoring programs.
1 Oakland Park Blvd., Suite 130, Hollywood
Comprehensive outpatient rehabilitative care to children up to 21 years of age who have a physical and/or learning challenge. Offers speech, physical and occupational therapy.
THE KIDZ KORNER
PLANTATION NURSING AND REHABILITATION CENTER
4250 NW Fifth St., Plantation
Facility helps children who serve suffer from multiple, complex, interrelated medical problems, often with neurological disabilities, with a holistic philosophy.
777 Glades Road, Building 49, Boca Raton
A collection of more than 65,000 digitally recorded textbooks and literature titles for children and adults who cannot read standard print because of blindness, visual impairment, dyslexia or other learning disabilities.
13790 NW Fourth St., Suite 102, Sunrise
Practice provides educational therapy. Sessions focus on auditory and visual processing, attention and focus, and discrimination and memory skills, academic skills such as reading, writing, and math are remediated utilizing a multisensory approach.
LIGHTHOUSE OF BROWARD
Lois L. Deicke Center 650 N. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale
Free programs for children and adults with visual impairments are offered year-round.
12555 Orange Drive, Suite 4022, Davie
lilpicassos.net, 954-394-5521, firstname.lastname@example.org
After-school program for children with autism or developmental delays focuses on proper writing and positioning, attention span, waiting and attending.
MAKING SCHOOL WORK, P.L.
Allison Hertog, Esq., M.A., has a master’s degree in special education and will sit in on school meetings with parents and advocate for their child — more effective IEPs and 504 Plans, a better scholarship to private school, etc. Janet McDaniel, MTS, M.A., is a special needs advocate who works with Hertog. She helps parents understand the services entitled to their children under the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act; attends meetings with parents; helps increase amount of McKay scholarships; and more.
MIAMI CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL DAN MARINO OUTPATIENT CENTER
2900 S. Commerce Parkway, Weston
Comprehensive evaluation and treatment of children with special needs, including autism, speech/language, behavior, as well as support groups, sports medicine and neurosurgery consultations.
MIAMI CHILDREN’S REHABILITATION SERVICES AT MIAMI CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
14505 Commerce Way, Suite 450, Miami Lakes
Full range of diagnostic and therapeutic services to meet the needs of infants, children and adolescents, including Down syndrome, muscular disorders and spinal cord injuries.
NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY
NSU provides testing and treatment for a variety of special needs. Programs include Nephrology and Hypertension, Psychiatry and Psychology, Psychological Services, Adolescent Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment, ADHD Assessment Consultation & Treatment, Anxiety Treatment Center, Child, Adolescent, and Family Services, Child and Adolescent Traumatic Stress, Family Violence, School Psychology Assessment and Consultation, Severe Behavior Disorders Program, Sport Psychology Program, Family Therapy, Speech, Language, and Communication and Early Childhood Development.
NSU MAILMAN SEGAL CENTER FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
3301 College Ave., Davie
Jim & Jan Moran Family Center Village
A multidisciplinary demonstration and training center for education and research in the field of human development with a focus on early childhood, autism across the lifespan and family studies. Programs include the comprehensive Autism Institute (Unicorn Children's Foundation Clinic, Baudhuin Preschool, Starting Right, Autism Consortium and Interdisciplinary Council for the Study of Autism), Adult Education and Early Learning Programs.
PARENT TO PARENT OF MIAMI
7990 SW 117th Ave., Suite 200, Miami
Nonprofit organization that provides information, educational training and support to families who have children with disabilities or special needs. Services are provided in English, Spanish and Creole.
PARENTING PLACE AT THE NSU MAILMAN SEGAL CENTER
Jim and Jan Moran Family Center Village
7600 SW 36th St., Davie
A variety of year-round enrichment programs including music and sports are offered for children with special needs. Infant, toddler and preschool programs.
PEDIATRIC PSYCHOLOGY ASSOCIATES
Offices in Aventura, Coral Gables, Coral Springs and Davie
SouthFloridaTherapists.com, email@example.com, 305-936-1002, 954-753-1112
Serving children and families with social, emotional and behavioral challenges. Provides individual, group, family and school consultations and psychological evaluation services.
Sapphire Stables, 4000 NW 43rd St.,
Children with special needs receive miniature U.K. Shetland ponies free of charge. Volunteers visit hospitals, schools, nursing homes and learning centers with the ponies, as well as conduct on-site classes for local groups and individuals.
6961 S. Flamingo Road, Cooper City
Weekly Catholic religious education programs offered for children with learning disabilities.
SHAKE-A-LEG MIAMI AQUATIC CENTER AND MARINE ACADEMY
2620 S. Bayshore Drive, Coconut Grove
Harry Horgan founded Shake-A-Leg Miami to serve people with disabilities, disadvantaged children and their families, and the community by providing a place where people of all abilities can break down barriers while learning skills to enhance their enjoyment of water activities. Numerous local and national organizations provide funding for need-based scholarships.
SNIP-ITS KIDS SALON
20335 Biscayne Blvd., #L35, Aventura, 305-466-1889
2625 State Road 7, Unit C600, Wellington, 561-795-7647
Stylists are trained to give haircuts to children with autism and other sensory disorders.
SPECIAL NEEDS GROUP INC.
302 NW First St., Dania Beach
Special Needs Group rents wheelchairs, scooters, oxygen and other special-needs equipment. It also has equipment for purchase. SNG services guests visiting hotels, resorts, theme parks and convention centers, and is the only mobility and oxygen equipment supplier that is approved to deliver to all major cruise lines.
Palm Beach: 561-966-7072
Special Olympics offers year-round sports training, competitions and sport skill development activities for children 8 and older with intellectual disabilities.
STARTING RIGHT AT NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY’S MAILMAN SEGAL INSTITUTE
Jim and Jan Moran Family Center Village
7600 SW 36th St., Davie
Early intervention program for children 18 to 36 months exhibiting delays in communication or social skills.
SURFERS FOR AUTISM
Hosts surfing events for children with autism and developmental delays. Nonprofit supports advocacy for autism issues and scientific research.
The pool at Fairfield Inn and Suites, 3400 Airport Road, Boca Raton
Instructors at this year-round swim school are certified in Adaptive Aquatics and have hands-on experience working with children and adults with special needs. Select instructors have related degrees.
SWIM WITH MR. BLUE
11401 NW 56th Drive, Coral Springs
4500 W. Sample Road, Coconut Creek
Private and group lessons for autistic children at two locations, one of which has a salt-water pool.
TLC MOBILITY FOUNDATION
tlcmobility.org, firstname.lastname@example.org, 561-929-8950
TLC seeks “to be the ‘make-a-wish’ of transportation that serves children and adults with and without disabilities into family, work and community life,” according to its website. TLC raises money to buy and operate transportation vehicles and provide “services and initiatives that inform, educate and promote the inclusion of those with special needs along with people without disabilities with various events and activities throughout the year.”
7100 W. Camino Real, Boca Raton
Speech and occupational therapy, social skills groups, social skills summer and winter camps, and more.
4341 NW 39th Ave., Coconut Creek
Miniature horse interactions are incorporated into therapeutic play and facilitated peer support for children who have lost a loved one.
UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY OF SOUTH FLORIDA
2700 W. 81st St., Hialeah
Ucpsouthflorida.org, email@example.com, 305-325-9018
Serves infants, children and adults with developmental disabilities (cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism, spina bifida, prematurity, hearing, intellectual disabilities and speech delay) at more than 60 locations in Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Mid-Coast counties.
VSA ARTS OF FLORIDA – PALM BEACH COUNTY
2728 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth
Programs strengthen the human spirit and improving the quality of life for children and adults with special needs by promoting the arts, education and creative expression.
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES AND DATABASES
The Autism Society’s online resource database.
Community Resource Database
Search for organizations and groups by need.
Search for Jewish organizations and schools that provide special-needs services.
CCDH Staff Picks
Local and national sites.
Resource and event directory
Broward County Resource Guide
Children’s Services Council of Broward County’s Family Resource Guide has listings of licensed providers serving Broward County and informative articles in four languages. View it online or call 954-377-1000 for printed copies.
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