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Babysitter & Respite Daycare: Carla's Kids Daycare
4433 Springfield Ct.
Batavia, OH 45103
We serve Ages 2 -22 years
IO Waiver and Level 1 Waiver accepted
We specialize in working with children on the Autism Spectrum and other behavior needs. We provide typical daycare services: such as daytime, before and after school, etc. We also will provide respite care during evenings and weekends as well as during summer, and other school breaks, (Independent Provider and private pay.) We also provide a summer
camp program that includes a weekly respite care option that includes overnight care. We serve ages 2 years to 22 years. We do accept IO waivers and Level 1 waivers.
Behavioral Intervention & Consulting ***2017 Autism & ALL Special Needs Expo Table ***
Owner/Cara Brown, M.A., BCBA
Behavioral Intervention & Consulting (BI&C)
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Owner/Cara Brown, M.A., BCBA
9400 Main Street Suites 3, 4, and 5
Montgomery, Ohio 45242
Behavioral Intervention & Consulting is a team of highly qualified professionals that provide individuals and families with quality behavior analysis services. BI&C utilizes the most current and effective research-based practices outlined in the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) with a special emphasis on B.F. Skinner's analysis of Verbal Behavior.
Behavioral Therapists : Peak Potential Therapy
8848 Commons Blvd., Suite 101
Twinsburg, Ohio 44087
Peak Potential Therapy offers a range of therapeutic services and resources for children with disabilities serving the Greater Cleveland/Akron Ohio area. We believe that kids with disabilities need individualized treatment in the realms of social skills, communication, emotional regulation, and behavior modification. We help every client reach his or her "peak" potential.
Behavioral Therapist: Square One Specialists in Child and Adolescent Development
Contact Amy Lowen
Square One Specialists in Child and Adolescent Development
6440 Dutchmans Parkway
Louisville, KY 40205
502-896-2606; 502-896-0487 (fax)
We serve ages 1-24 years. We do accept the Michele P. Waiver. Speech-language evaluations and therapy are now available for eligible clients by the Michelle P. Waiver funds through a contract with Seven Counties Services, Inc.
Medical, Psychiatric, Psychological, Speech Language Intervention Evaluation and Therapy for Children and Adolescents. Our Multidisciplinary team approach encompasses developmental and mental health concerns including autism, ADHD, learning, emotional mood and anxiety disorders, and social skills abilities
Behavior and Educational Consultation: Nancy Magnus Kopnick, PhD
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Contact: Nancy Magnus Kopnick, PhD
27 Mt. Pleasant Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45215
*Serving All Ages * Autism Scholarship Provider Educational and Behavioral Support Services and Consultation in Homes and in Schools.
Working with families in their homes or the community where you need the help, or acting as a support to the school staff in the classroom where and when they need it.
Best Practice Model for Teaching Individuals with Autism
The information presented herein is designed to guide all schools’ practices for educating students with ASD and to promote consistency of programming across educational environments throughout the Commonwealth. This document is intended to serve as a resource primarily for educators, but may also be helpful to parents, medical professionals, and other providers when they are making informed choices about the education of students with ASD.
Beyond the Label *** 2016 Autism & ALL Special Needs Table ***
Contact: Amiee Taylor
3320 Fox Run Drive
Hamilton, OH 45013
The mission of Beyond the Label is to be a family’s first resource when their child is diagnosed. By providing evidenced-based ABA treatment, we aim to focus on the individual’s strengths and challenges to move beyond the child’s label. We see beyond these labels to shape our treatment approach: Learn Appropriate Behaviors in all.
Biomedical Doctor: Sancta Familia Center for Integrative Medicine
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(Formerly Integrative Pediatrics of Ohio, LLC Allen T. Lewis, MD )
Contact: Rhonda Legg - Office Manager/Receptionist
1090 Beecher Crossing N, Suite C
Gahanna, OH 43230
614-245-4750 614-855-8820 fax
We are excited to announce that in May, 2016 we are changing our practice name to Sancta Familia Center for Integrative Medicine. SFCIM will continue to offer specialized care for Autism, ADHD, Anxiety Disorder, Behavior and Mood Disorders, Immune System Dysfunction and other related Chronid Medical Problems. Dr. Allen T. Lewis, MD has 25 years of clinical experience in traditional and integrative medicine treating children and adults. Specialized services include: Targeted Nutrient Therapy, Restoring optimal gastrointestinal health, Restoring optimal immune function (including treatment for PANS/PANDAS), Nutrigenomic Testing (assessment for specific genetic abnormalities) and HBOT (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy).
We serve ages Infant -25 years We accept Delaware County Waivers. Integrative Physicians provide innovative and comprehensive medical care utilizing both traditional and complementary medicine. At Integrative Pediatrics of Ohio, LLC we focus on our niche of expertise based on 10 years of general pediatrics practice and 8 years of treating special needs children (Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, Behavior Disorder, Bipolar Disease, and Mood Disorders) with nutrient-based medical therapies. Our philosophy of patient service is to piece together needed modalities provided within our practice and to collaborate with other providers for care outside our area of expertise. Often medical care focuses on the mind and body, we also recognize that our spiritual nature is fundamental in healing. We invite this fundamental element in daily living and practice.
12660 Archbold-Whitehouse Rd.
Whitehouse, OH, 43571
419-875-6986 ext 1208
The mission of Bittersweet, Inc. is to positively impact the lives of individuals with autism and those whose lives they touch.
The first farm model for adults with autism was established at Somerset Court in England in 1974. Bittersweet Farms was the first of its kind in the United States.
You may be wondering: What is unique or special about serving adults with autism on eighty acres of fields, gardens, and woods in a rural area of northwest Ohio?
Over the years, we have found that a farm setting offers rich, varied, and abundant opportunities for self-paced, distraction-free activities that are perceived as immediately meaningful by our participants. They are able to see the process of their work and are able to enjoy the product of their labor. This concrete reinforcement is a positive affirmation of their dignity and worth.
Farming provides an opportunity for reciprocal partnership and community. It is a bucolic, secure, and safe environment in which individuals with challenging behaviors and limited social and communication skills can grow and develop to their fullest potential. All of our activities are designed to meet the wide range and abilities of persons from the entire spectrum of Autism Disorders. Such activities include:
agriculture (including planting and harvesting)
· horticulture (including greenhouse operations)
· fencing & landscaping, construction, repair & maintenance
· produce collection & marketing
· animal feeding & care
· craft-making & woodworking
Those who live here develop a sense of husbandry, accomplishment, and ownership. It is their home. By happy coincidence, many of these same wholesome and holistic activities prove to be of great therapeutic value and contribute strongly to vocational training.
Bittersweet, Inc., is active in four major areas: residential, supported living, vocational services and specialized services. Work undertaken by our staff, board of directors and foundation board is guided by our mission statement and philosophy. Information about our people, their mission and vision is available on our website.
Books By Tara ***2017 Autism & ALL Special Needs Expo Table ***
Contact: Tara McClintick
Unique visually based children's books designed to promote awareness, thinking, interaction, and language development. Real-life, 8 X 10 photos illustrate fun concepts. Adaptable for a variety of ages/ability levels.
We have books that are appropriate for both young children and older individuals with special needs. We accept purchase orders as well as cash, check or credit cards.
Entice awareness, thinking, interaction, and language development with unique concept books. Each book is designed to be highly appealing and easily adaptable for a wide range of abilities and ages. Fun concepts are illustrated using big 8 by 10 real-life images with a clear point of focus.
Brain Balance Achievement Center of Cincinnati ***2017 Autism & ALL Expo Table ***
Contact: Rachel Cantanzriti
12084 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, OH 45249
(513)257-0705 513-257-0698 (fax)
The Brain Balance Program is a non-medical and drug-free approach to overcoming the challenges of ADHD, learning disabilities, processing disorders, Asperger's syndrome, and a host of other related childhood learning and developmental issues. Our integrated approach combines physical and sensory motor exercises with academic skill training and healthy nutrition. The Brain Balance Program serves kids ages 4-17.
The Brain Balance Personalized Assessment is an objective and quantifiable measurement of each area of function - motor, sensory, behavioral, social, emotional, and academic - allowing us to better understand your child's unique challenges. Based on the results of your child's Personalized Assessment, we create a program tailored specifically to your child's unique needs. Each child's program includes sensory motor training and stimulation, and academic activity plans coupled with easy-to-follow dietary guidelines.
The carefully structured and coordinated combination of the program elements helps establish proper brain and body function leading to a reduction or elimination of negative symptoms and behaviors, and improves the ability to learn academically, socially and emotionally.
Bridge Riding for the Disabled
Contact: Pat Howe-Director
743 West Pekin Road
Lebanon, OH 45036
Bridge Riding for the Disabled is a twenty six year old program located in southwestern Ohio, serving over 50 riders a year. Dedicated to helping disabled people, both children and adults, find new freedom through their experiences with horses.
We serve many individuals with a variety of diagnosis ranging from those with cerebral palsy, autism, mental retardation, strokes and multiple sclerosis. Everyday, these riders find the courage to face challenges. The horses and our volunteers work through issues with balance, tight muscles, communication skills and improving overall independence.
Building Blocks for Kids
7577 Central Parke Blvd. Suite 111
Mason, OH 45040
513- 770-2900: 513-297-0605 (fax)
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. However, even when funds are scarce, the fact that we continually try to find resources for our families gives them hope that there is still someone out there trying to help them after so many doors have been closed in their face.
Bureau for Children with Medical Handicaps (BCMH)
Ohio Department of Health
246 North High Street
P.O. Box 1603
Columbus, OH 43216-0118
(614) 466-1547 (614) 466-1700
(800) 755-4769 (614) 728-3616 fax
(800) 750-0750 TTY
Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation (BVR)
Kim Shafer (MRC, CRC) Rehabilitation Supervisor
756 Old State Route 74, Suite B
Cincinnati, OH 45245