Special Needs

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.

3030 West Fork Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211
Community Integrated Training and Education (CITE) is one of many innovative service programs offered by Envision for residents in Clermont and Hamilton County. CITE educators deliver tailor-made intervention plan development, behavior support, parent coaching and custom tools. Unique in the tri-state area, the program is free to any person ages 3-22 eligible through Hamilton County Developmental Disabilities Services.

Community Integrated Training and Education (CITE) is one of many innovative service programs offered by Envision for residents in Clermont and Hamilton County. CITE educators deliver tailor-made intervention plan development, behavior support, parent coaching and custom tools.

The consulting contract is tied to a specific objective, such as correcting a particular behavior or achieving a skill set. CITE educators typically work with the family one hour per week in their home. For more intensive goals, like quick-progress toilet training, the educators may be at the house five days in a row for eight hours a day. Families return for services for help in achieving milestones throughout the life of the child. Unique in the tri-state area, the program is free to any person ages 3-22 eligible through Hamilton County Developmental Disabilities Services.

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 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.

Families with ASD

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 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.

Katkin Therapy

Katkin and Associates provides personalized psychological help to people of all ages in Cincinnati and surrounding areas. Offering confidential home based therapy to provide psychological services to help with a number of issues, including as adolescent issues, ADHD, addictions, anxiety and depression, weight issues, and much more.

Linden Grove School
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Linden Grove School is a state-accredited, non-public K-8 school offering a specialized learning environment for students with ASD and related learning needs. Our progressive education program integrates academics, social-emotional learning, and specialized therapies. We partner with families to create a respectful, rewarding and supportive environment, inspiring hope for all and providing each student with the opportunity for personal growth and independence. After-school programs and summer camp are also available for enrolled students.

Lindner Center of Hope

Lindner Center of HOPE is a national leader for the treatment of mental health problems. Located in Mason, Ohio (just northeast of downtown Cincinnati), Lindner Center of HOPE is a nonprofit, mental health center staffed by a diverse team, united in the philosophy that by working together, we can best offer hope for people living with mental illness. The patient and family are at the center of our treatment, education and research.

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