Welcome to Miami Achievement Center

An Educational Center for Children with Special Needs

Miami Achievement Center (MAC) is a 501(c)(3) non profit institution dedicated to educate children with Learning Disabilities (LD), Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), and related disabilities as well as varying exceptionalities. Through our unique “all inclusive” approach, we educate and train our staff of teachers and therapists as well as families in order to allow children to achieve their full potential. Our goal is to help all children become independent, productive members of society.
 
The Exceptional Student Education (ESE) program in our private school provides students with disabilities and gifted students an opportunity to receive great education in an environment suited to their needs.

MAC admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin

 

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Welcome to the 2012-2013 School Year!

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Learn about our Efforts on April 14th at the Philantrofest! Downtown Miami

Joins us at one of the biggest festivals for a good cause, on April 14th 2012, known as Philantrofest! Renowned artwork from, Taylor Crowe, Artist, Animator, Self-Advocate with Autism, will exhibit his famous, “People with Autism feel” paintings at our table. In addition artist, Sergio “El Toro” Torres who is known for his realism, will present his “capture the art” painting and prints from Child Advocacy Artist, George E. Miller II, such as his “It takes an entire village…” will be readily available. Learn about our efforts and our presence within the non profit community in South Florida. Pass by our table and  be part of our raffle and get to know what causes we stand for.

Through our educators, therapists and community of caring South Florida families we will bring this event to life.The artwork on display will raise funds for the purchase of interactive “situational communication boards” for our special needs students. The boards are meant to help our students organize, access, and maintain information using their visual and audio skills as well as provide a communication outlet for those who are nonverbal communicators.

Check out the Olly Mobile, a treat for all kids and parents!

Let's celebrate those with a unique ability, the importance lies in seeing the “whole picture.”

WHEN: April 14th 2012
TIME: 12pm - 6pm
Please call Alexa at 786-299-5915 or at 786-296-7762
 
        

Miami Conference - Temple Grandin January 2012

The Miami Achievement Team collaborated in bringing Dr. Temple Grandin to speak in Miami for an "Autism & Asperger's Conference." Serving as an inspiration for many M.A.C. friends and families, the event was successful and all very happy to have had the chance to spend time with Dr. Grandin.

 The M.A.C. Directors, Administration staff, Teachers and Dr. Temple Grandin.

Director, Ms. Arlene Torres was an instrumental figure in getting the word out to the South Florida community and helping Dr. Grandin during the event.

Dr. Grandin signed books and shared her valuable insights with the M.A.C. teachers and Staff. Mr. Clark ( Miami Martial Arts Instructor) and Dr. Grandin.

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