Got-Autism sees the potential in all children. We offer a comprehensive line of developmental and therapeutic solutions for the autism spectrum and other developmental disabilities. Created by a mom who knows first-hand what it means to live and work with autism, our selections are carefully chosen based on quality, cost, durability and therapeutic relevance. Our aim is not to present you with an endless array of therapy tools and toys, but to bring you the very “best therapeutic, educational and sensory solutions” all in one location. We have products for all ages, abilities and budgets.
Serving children for the past 15 years with over 25 years of collective experience with children with special needs.
Our programs and classrooms arevery individualized based upon the assessment and needs of the student. A student may begin our program in a 1-1 or 1-2 setting and then move to our Step-UP Programs where social skills, academics and classroom routine are stressed as a priority. Applied Behavioral Services is the largest as well as the number one private educational placement choice among our families in the greater Cincinnati and Dayton area. Contact us for a tour or more information about all of our programs, class placements or therapies for your child today!
The Autism Society Greater Cincinnati will be a trusted, caring, and leading resource and advocate for the local autism community through education, support, and services. The Autism Society will improve the quality of life for individuals with autism and their families through its community partnerships with local, state and national leaders, organizations, advocates and family members.
The Building Blocks for Kids’ mission is to improve the quality of life for children with health-related needs that are not being met due to a lack of insurance, government funding, and/or family resources. We assist our families by finding alternative resources for them and/or by providing financial assistance for the need.
The Butler County Board of Developmental Disabilities is founded on the belief that all people have inherent worth and the right to be treated with dignity. For over 40 years, the Board has provided information, support and service to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.
The Butler County Board of DD believes that all people should have opportunities to participate in community life with fellow citizens and develop a sense of belonging to the community. The DD agency operates and administers a variety of programs and supports for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Orton-gillingham trained teachers for dyslexia and other reading issues; experienced and certified teachers; other reading, math, camp programs available for the summer; enrollment now! Check our website, email or call for further information.
CCA was formed with the sole purpose of improving the outcome for children with autism spectrum disorder and their families. We are committed to offering a variety of programs which address the communication, educational, social and behavioral needs of children with ASD, to assure that they are able to achieve happy, fulfilling lives.
Here at CCA we believe that every child has the potential to learn. We work to identify a student’s areas of strength and challenge, and create an individualize program that supports their unique needs.
When you have a child with special health needs, you face the constant challenge of finding information and resources. Their valuable Special Needs Resource Directory can assist parents, caregivers and healthcare providers identify, evaluate and access necessary services and supports. Focused on children and youth with special health needs who have physical, developmental, behavioral or emotional conditions, the directory connects to local, regional and national websites to help navigate your way!
We are committed to the principle that people with disabilities are entitled to the same opportunities and rights as their non-disabled peers. We provide a comprehensive recreational and therapeutic horseback riding program for children and adults with disabilities in the greater Cincinnati area.
The Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities serves babies, children, and adults. These services take place primarily in the Batavia and Owensville area, but can also be present in community settings. See website for a complete list of programs.