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Welcome to Our Home

Charitable Registration Number – CH31258

The Russell Home for Atypical Children in Orlando has been in continuous operation for over 60 years without any government support. The Home is the only private, non-profit facility of its kind for severely disabled children in Central Florida. We are also a member of the
Florida Association of Christian Child Caring Agencies.

A History of Service

The Russell Home for Atypical Children in Orlando has been in continuous operation for over 60 years without any government support. The Home is the only private, non-profit facility of its kind for severely disabled children in Central Florida.

A Nurturing Environment

A central tenet of the Russell Home is to encourage each and every child to develop to his or her highest potential. We celebrate the efforts and accomplishments of everyΒ child here in our home, andΒ as a result the children demonstrate pride in their own personal achievements.

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Round the Clock Services

The Russell Home provides around the clock specialized care, with love and a home-like atmosphere. The love that is in this home, expressed through the eyes, sounds, and smiles from the children will make you count your blessings for the simple things in life.

Upcoming Events

39th Annual Charity Golf Invitational

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2017

Registration & Lunch 12:00pm
Shotgun Start: 1:00 PM
Shingle Creek Golf Club @ Rosen Shingle Creek Resort

6th Annual Russell Home 5K

Saturday, October 21st
8:00am @ Cypress Grove Park

290 Holden Ave, Orlando

Kenny Daly

Kenny’s parents brought Kenny to Grandma Russell in 1951 at the age of 18 months old. His father was an Air Force Pilot stationed at McCoy Air Force Base. The family had to leave for overseas, so Kenny stayed with Grandma Russell.

Stories of Love

Some of the residents in The Russell Home were accepted and cared for by β€œGrandma” Russell herself and through the years have become forever loved members of our family. We want to share their stories of endurance, hope and inspiration.

Stories of Love

Some of the residents in The Russell Home were accepted and cared for by β€œGrandma” Russell herself and through the years have become forever loved members of our family. We want to share their stories of endurance, hope and inspiration.

Kenny Daly

Kenny’s parents brought Kenny to Grandma Russell in 1951 at the age of 18 months old. His father was an Air Force Pilot stationed at McCoy Air Force Base. The family had to leave for overseas, so Kenny stayed with Grandma Russell.