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.
The Hearing Speech and Deaf Center of Greater Cincinnati provides a barrier free, inclusive and nurturing environment for anyone seeking to overcome obstacles regarding speech, language, literacy, hearing or Deafness.
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.
Since March 4, 2005, Families with ASD has been offering families touched by autism, a place to meet with other families to find fellowship, understanding, and support. We give families a chance to connect and share with others who have been touched by autism.
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 first and only PROMPT Therapy Center in Cincinnati, Ohio! The PROMPT Speech Therapy method was developed with children who have a severe motor impairment in mind. PROMPT is a dynamic system of theoretical position that utilizes tactual sensory information (in addition to auditory and visual) support to develop speech-motor function; leading to improved communication function across all domains. Also offering speech therapy, occupational therapy, feeding therapy and social skills groups!
The mission of the Epilepsy Foundation is to stop seizures and SUDEP, find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy through efforts including education, advocacy and research to accelerate ideas into therapies
The Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Cincinnati and Columbus has been in existence since 1953, assisting people with epilepsy and their families in meeting their health and social needs. We provide direct services to optimize each person’s understanding of epilepsy and to improve their methods of coping with epilepsy in all facets of their lives.
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.
We believe that knowledge empowers. By providing families with support, inspiration and information, we help individuals with Down syndrome achieve their maximum potential. We believe in inclusion. Including individuals with Down syndrome in neighborhood schools, community activities and the business world benefits both the individual and their respective communities. The DSAGC serves southwest Ohio, northern Kentucky and southeastern Indiana.
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.