Brighton Center

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What We Do

Early childhood education preschool program

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We help kids with and without disabilities get ready to successfully enter Kindergarten through our Nationally Accredited Preschool program for children ages 12 months up to 5 years old.

Therapy Services

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We help babies and toddlers (up to 3rd birthday) get developmentally on track through our Physical, Speech & Occupational Therapies as well as our Specialized Skills Training offered in the comfort of your own home.

Parent Workshops & Education Advocates

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We help kids in school get the evaluations, assessments and services they need from the school through our free workshops and one-on-one education advocacy support.

About Us

Brighton is the largest non-profit providing direct services to children with disabilities and developmental delays in San Antonio.

For more than 50 years, Brighton has been the cornerstone of early intervention services for children with disabilities in San Antonio. Through therapy, specialized skills training, early childhood education, parent workshops and education advocacy, Brighton has the perfect combination of the right services at the right time to give children every opportunity they need to reach their full potential now and in the future.
3,500+
Brighton provides services to more than 3,500 children every year in San Antonio.
125+
Brighton has more than 125 licensed therapists, degreed teachers, advocates and more with an annual budget size of over $10.5M.
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Testimonials

“Brighton’s advocate, Girasol, really helped us get our 3 year old son the services he needed from our local school district. After getting incorrect information from the school district about my son’s eligibility for services, Girasol educated not only our family but also the school district. She reviewed our son’s evaluation documents and talked with us on the phone about the entire special education process before our meeting with the school. We worked together to help secure an inclusive placement for our son where he could learn, grow and continue receiving the therapy services he needed to help get him developmentally on track!”

JILLIAN BENFIELD, MOTHER OF ANDERSON (3)