The health and safety of our staff and the individuals we serve is always our top priority. Read more below to find out about steps we’ve taken to stay safe.

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As of June 1st PARC reopened to our community participants at a 50% capacity.  Through extensive preparation and our commitment to following best practices in disinfecting and sanitization procedures, we are happy to share that we have exceeded our expectations in safely reopening our Life Skills Development 3 (ADT) programs to our community participants. Parc will remain at 50% capacity through July 1st .

PARC’s Community Supports division has continued to support and provide uninterrupted services to the adults in our Supported Employment and Residential Services departments.

PARC has decided to remain at 50% capacity through July 1st in our Life Skills Development 3 (ADT) programs.

PARC’s Adult Community Programs continues to offer online Art classes and virtual gatherings to all participants.  Due to the overwhelming interest in our live ZOOM classes, we have doubled the number of sessions offered throughout each week.  These classes and virtual gatherings are offered Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday’s at 10:00am and 12:00pm.

As of June 1st, Children’s Services have resumed at PARC, with important health and safety limitations following CDC guidelines. As always, PARC’s continued commitment to the safety and well-being of all our families and children remains our top priority. Smiling faces are back in limited numbers at Discovery Learning Center; Respite providers are screening and servicing  families in-home, and our ABA and Family Focus staff have resumed one-on-one therapies and services, where safe to do so.

Working to keep our safe


Our residents are being cared for by our frontline staff who have dedicated themselves to safety.


Children’s Services have resumed at PARC!


We’re creating new and innovative ways to serve our population.


Job Coaches have been in the field as most participants are considered essential workers.

How Can I Help?

Show your support for individuals with developmental disabilities. Provide a monetary donation and help us continue supporting those in need.

Our Direct Support Professionals use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) on a daily basis to help protect the individuals we serve. Items listed below are always in need. Contact our office at (727) 345-9111 to find out more about in-kind donations.

  • Surgical Masks / Medical masks
  • Face-shields
  • Gloves (including household rubber gloves)
  • Thermometers
  • Disinfectant Spray and Wipes
  • Hand Sanitizers

Help increase PARC’s awareness within the community and highlight the good work we are doing by sharing our stories, links and pictures through social media platforms and e-mail.