No Limits Academy Was founded in 2008 by Laura Joslin and Roberta Neves. Their Ministry is to serve the physically disabled children of Brevard County, Florida.
As the mother of two sons with cerebral palsy and the owner of Ability Plus Therapy, Laura knew that Melbourne Florida was in need of a school that served students with physical disabilities, such as cerebral palsy, and other brain and bone disorders.
No Limits Academy provides an innovative collaboration of medically-based rehabilitative therapies and the educational program for each student. Our academics are delivered using the latest technology appropriate for their individualized program. Our non-profit private school accepts students in kindergarten through 12th grade. We guide the students through every step of the learning process to create dynamic new ways to process scholastic information and overcome physical disabilities.
We address the needs of each student, both educationally and physically. We adapt the school environment to the best setting for each student to learn and thrive. An ESE-certified teacher, aides and volunteers attend each classroom. Licensed Physical therapists, Speech-Language Pathologists, and Occupational Therapists treat each student’s physical and adaptive needs on a regular basis, while tracking their progress.
There are very few learning centers that primarily focus on physically disabled children. Even though the industry is growing, alternative learning methods are slow to follow. Traditional methods are often used and found to be ineffective.
No Limits Academy introduces innovative and creative methods of providing education for the physically disabled. Auditory and visual learning programs are the most preferable and effective methods of teaching children with disabilities.
Partial funding for each student is available through the McKay Scholarships for Students with Disabilities Program. Additional funding comes from private donations and grants.
No Limits Academy and Ability Plus Therapy are working together to address the educational and physical needs of each individual student.