Miami Autism Dad

Having Fun in Autism-Friendly Miami: A Dad’s Guide to the Funnest Attractions

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🌴Hello, my future Miamians!🌴

As a Realtor rooted in Miami’s pulsating neighborhoods and an autism dad, I’ve got a unique lens on where to plant your family tree in my city. Miami isn’t only about its sun-kissed beaches and sizzling nightlife; it’s a mosaic of communities that embrace families with special needs. Here’s a deep dive into some of the best neighborhoods offering sensory-friendly attractions:

Are you buying a home in South Florida?

I’m a Realtor and Autism Dad specializing in helping autism families buy their dream homes.

Email: victor.antunez@exprealty.com or call/text 305-401-6224

Zoo Miami (Southwest Miami-Dade)

Imagine residing only moments away from Florida’s first Certified Autism Center. The joy of watching animals in their habitats becomes a seamless experience for children with autism here. Nearby neighborhoods, including Three Lakes, are tranquil, family-centric, and feature schools with Exceptional Student Education programs.

Three Lakes near Zoo Miami

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Miami Children’s Museum (Watson Island)

Located on Watson Island, this museum is a wonderland. The Snoezelen Room, tailored for children with sensory processing disorders, is a peaceful oasis amidst the urban hustle. Additionally, the Miami Children’s Museum Charter School offers an enriching educational environment for kids. While Watson Island doesn’t currently offer residential spaces (coming soon), the nearby Downtown Miami neighborhoods provide a blend of city conveniences with easy access to the museum’s offerings.

Watson Island

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Shake-A-Leg Miami (Coconut Grove)

The bohemian charm of Coconut Grove is amplified with the presence of Shake-A-Leg Miami. Their water-centric boating programs cater to those with developmental challenges. With its lush landscapes and tight-knit community, “The Grove” is a dream for families.

Coconut Grove, Miami, FL

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New World Symphony (Miami Beach)

Miami Beach isn’t just sun and sand. Proximity to the New World Symphony means a sensory-friendly musical environment is around the corner. With their lively community spirit, the neighborhoods around here promise an exciting living experience.

New World Symphony

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A.D. Barnes Park (Coral Terrace)

A.D. Barnes Park is where nature and play converge. The Leisure Access Camp and the Sense of Wonder Nature Center are a treasure trove for families. The surrounding neighborhoods, including Coral Terrace, are peaceful, offering schools with tailored programs.

Coral Terrace, Miami Florida

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Miami Seaquarium (Virginia Key)

Virginia Key is an aquatic wonderland offering a plethora of water activities such as kayaking, paddleboarding, and wingfoiling. The historic Virginia Key Beach Park provides beautiful shoreline access for beachgoers. While you can’t reside on Virginia Key itself, the nearby island of Key Biscayne offers a serene living experience. Being near the Miami Seaquarium means easy access to its sensory-friendlyexperiences. The tranquility of Key Biscayne, the island’s connectivity, and the aquatic adventures of Virginia Key make it an ideal spot for active families.

Virginia Key, Miami Florida

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These neighborhood attractions offer more than convenience; they are the top-tier attractions that make Miami a world-famous place to live!

For families like mine, with loved ones on the autism spectrum, these locales are the heartbeat of Miami.

So, whether you’re house-hunting with me or simply soaking in the good vibes of Miami’s neighborhoods, know that my city has a warm embrace for everyone.

Stay sunny, Miami! ☀️🌊

Are you buying a home in South Florida?

I’m a Realtor and Autism Dad specializing in helping autism families buy their dream homes.

Email: victor.antunez@exprealty.com or call/text 305-401-6224

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Autism-friendly residential neighborhoods served in South Florida

MiamiMiami Beach, Brickell, Coral GablesCoconut Grove, Aventura, Key BiscaynePinecrest, Sunny Isles Beach, Doral, South Miami, Miami Lakes, Palmetto BayCutler Bay, North Miami, Miami Shores, Surfside, Golden Beach, Brickell Key, Bay Point, Cutler Bay, Biscayne Park, El Portal, Venetian Islands, Fisher Island, Star Island, Hibiscus Island, Palm Island, Indian Creek Island, La Gorce, Belle Meade Island, Biscayne Point, Normandy Isles, Normandy Shores, Sunset Islands, Bay Harbor Islands, Bal Harbour, North Bay Village, Indian Creek Village, Ponce DavisKendall

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