• Registration
  • Rec Club
  • Camps
  • Respite
  • Social Skills Events
  • Special Olympics
  • Therapy

OCA offers a variety of quality programs for individuals with autism or other special needs ages 8 - high school graduation.  Click the tabs above to learn about the programs and services currently being offered.

If individual has not participated in an OCA Event, email: Programs@GoOCA.org and request to schedule an in-person observation with participant.  When accepting new participants we look at the individual's needs, strengths, and abilities before approving participation in programs, services & events.                   


To request Respite or Therapy services, please click the green button above or email:  Therapy@GoOCA.org 

To enroll in Special Olympics, click the Special Olympics tab above and click to download the Application for Participation form.


OCA offers a quality recreational program that enhances children with special needs social, emotional and physical well being. Children will be engaged in daily physical activities, work on social and emotional skills. School age children  will rotate between outdoor activities, in door games, music, dance, art and the recreation room.

  • Location: OCA 4917 Eli Street Orlando, FL 32804
  • After School Hours: 2:00pm - 5:30pm (M, T, Th, F) 1:00pm - 5:30pm (Wed)
  • OCA picks up from: Access, Avalon, Morning Star, Paragon & Princeton House Charter School
  • Weekly Fee: $65.00 ($50 for each additional child) 5 days a week/ 3 days a week $45.00
  • Registration Fee: $15.00 Non-refundable

Click here to for link to register on our Campdoc site.

For questions or more information call (407) 808-7837 or email Programs@GoOCA.org.

Tentative schedule:

  • Pickup-2:00-3:00
  • 3:00-3:30- Bathroom and Healthy Snack Break
  • 3:30-5:00 Outside Activities- Team and Individual Sports
  • Themed activities, Indoor Games, Music Therapy, Dance Therapy, Art club and Lots of Fun
  • 5:00-5:30- Indoor Games in the Recreation Room




OCA offers Summer Day Camp and School Break Day Camps when Orange County Public Schools are not in session.  What makes OCA Camp so unique is that typical peers (CIT's) provide age appropriate modeling in social skills training, language development and gross and fine motor movements.  Summer Camp registration begins in April.  Be sure to register for all day camps as soon as enrollment begins as space is limited and camp does fill up quickly.

 2017 OCA Summer Day Camp, please check back in April 2017        


2016 SCHOOL BREAK DAY CAMP:  Registration OPEN
DATE: Oct 14th (Friday) Day Camp
Main OCA Campus:  4917 Eli Street Orlando, FL 32804

Ages: 8-22yrs
TIME:  8:30a-3:30p   COST: $50

                                                   EARLY CARE (7:30a-8:30a) AFTER CARE (3:30p-5:30p) 
                                                             Either early OR after care for an additional $15 -OR-
$20 for both         


Indoor/ Outdoor Games Arts and Crafts Team Sports Social Skills training Music therapy

CAMPERS: Children with autism or other developmental disabilities

All camps have a qualified camp director and counselors with extensive knowledge of working with children with autism or other disabilities Certified in:  CPR/First Aid, Positive Behavior Support and Professional Crisis Management

Middle School, High school and College students volunteering to make a difference

REGISTRATION:  Online registration ONLY

PAYMENT:  Payment is due the week before camp.  Once registered, if you cancel, you are obligated to pay whether your child attends or not. 

WAIT LIST: Day camp will fill up.  A wait list will be available once it reaches capacity.  Wait list recipients will be selected in order of request, if a spot becomes available.


           For questions call (407) 808-7837 or email:  Camp@GoOCA.org


Here at OCA, we know that all caregivers need the chance to get away.  We offer skilled childcare/adult care to provide a break for families and allow flexibility in caregivers schedules.  All staff are trained in Positive Behavior Supports and thus this is no ordinary babysitting.  This will offer you the chance to finally get away and know your child is taken care of. 

Respite services can be scheduled with a weeks’ notice and are provided in the family or individuals home.  Services start at a minimum of 2 hours and can include overnight stays.  Respite hours are purchased a la carte, in packages, or utilizing an overnight rate.  Each family will be matched with a staff member that best meets the needs of your family and individual.  If you have a group event, feel free to contact us to discuss group rates for up to 10 children on site. 

Click here for registration forms.   For questions about pricing or to schedule respite, call (407) 408-7402 or email:  Therapy@GoOCA.org .


OCA's Social Skills Events are held throughout the school year at various locations in Orlando.  This program, offered through OCA's therapy team, encourages children ages 8 and up and adults of any age the opportunity to work on social skills training and language development.  Age-appropriate activities are held in structured settings with staff and volunteers working with participants to model typical peer interactions.  At OCA Social Skills Events, a fun time is had by all!!

PRE-REGISTRATION & PRE-PAYMENT IS REQUIRED 3 business days prior to the event.  Space is limited, be sure to register early.

Social Skills Groups

A series of activities offered to provide a “real life” training model for social interactions, self-help skills, and problem solving.  These events are offered on site and in the community. Instruction and modeling provided by behavior assistants and Behavior Analysts. 

Single Session……………………………….$10/hr

Grant Funded Saturday Sessions…...$5/hr


Click here to REGISTER for an upcoming eventTo PAY for the event, Click here. 

For questions, call (407) 808-7837 or email:

**School Age School Skills Events Will Resume in September 2016.  


OCA is a registered training program with Special Olympics Orange County and participates in year round Special Olympics training and events.  All athletes must have an Application for Participation form on file with Special Olympics Orange County. 

If you are new or need to update your physical, please download the following forms.  For more information about OCA's Special Olympics program contact Coach@GoOCA.org

Application for Participation form 

Official Release Form 

Athlete Code of Conduct form.

Contact Coach@GoOCA.org  when you have completed these form.

OCA participates in the following seasons: Fall, Winter and Summer seasons.  All Athletes compete in County and Area games. 

Fall: August-October: Bowling and Softball

Winter: November-February: Basketball

Summer: January-May: Soccer, & Soccer Skills

Checkout our Facebook page for Special Olympics announcements and upcoming events.


Behavior Analysis

This service is a therapeutic interaction and can be used in a variety of ways.  Consultations with behavior analyst for problem solving all the way to full assessment and behavior plan, we will train you to deal with challenging behaviors and build skills or provide 1:1 therapy with one of our trained staff for specific goals. 

Click here for registration forms.  For more information about pricing or to schedule Therapy, contact us at (407) 408-7402 or email Therapy@GoOCA.org.

OCA Main Campus: (pass St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, take gravel drive to portables)
4917 Eli Street Orlando, FL 32804
(407) 808-7837

The Annex ( Therapy): 5125 Adanson Street Ste 750 Orlando, FL 32804

The Exchange (Store): 5125 Adanson Street Ste 750 Orlando,FL 32804
 ( 407)-960-7782

Info@GoOCA.org  •  Fax (407) 630-8805

Our Belief:
It is OCA's goal that every participant will have an
Opportunity, in or out of the Community, to maximize their Ability.


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