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Calm Resilient Kids & Teens **2017 Autism & ALL Expo Table **
Contact: Sherry McHenry
6231 Montgomery Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45213
Calm Resilient Kids offers opportunities for children, teens and families to learn core mind-body skills intended to increase listening, coping, self-awareness and focus using techniques such as mindfulness, breath awareness, biofeedback, meditation, guided imagery and mindful movement. Services are adapted for those with in the autism spectrum.
These gentle, interactive "tools" can help you and your child feel more connected, calm and centered. Ages 7 & up. Medicaid waivers not accepted.
Sherry McHenry, facilitator, has served on two integrative medical teams. As a stress management consultant she created and managed programming in nine facilities for a healthcare management company. She currently has a private practice, teaches after-school programs and a curriculum course. She is also a biofeedback trainer and a reiki master.
Camp Campbell Gard, Great Miami Valley YMCA
School Age (6-12), Adolescent 13-18, Adult (18-21 and older) Offers programs for campers with special needs. Summer day camp for ages 7-22. Universally accessible facilities,
Camp Discovery, City of Kettering Recreation Department
3600 Shroyer Road
Kettering, OH 45429
School Age (6-12) Adolescent 13-18 Adult (18-21 and older) For children and youth with developmental and intellectual disabilities, ages 7-21 Activities include swimming, sports,organized games, arts and crafts, music, and field trips.
Camp Joy and Warren County Board of MR/DD
Camp Joy is inclusive day camp for children ages 6-12 served by Warren County Board of MR/DD. Camp sponsored and paid for by Warren County MR/DD. Transportation not provided
Camp Nuhop ***2017 Autism & ALL Expo Table ***
Contact: Nate Holton
404 Hillcrest Dr.
Ashland, OH 44805
Camp Nuhop programs are specifically designed for children with ADHD, Autism, Aspergers and other attention and behavioral nuances. There are a variety of six week-long sessions to choose from. Each session offers programs that range from traditional activities to national trips. Each program focuses on providing an experience that promotes personal growth through success and friendship. Campers in each program are placed in groups of seven with three counselors based on age and compatibility. Each Camp Nuhop Program is offered for at least one session during the summer.
However campers decide to make the Nuhop experience theirs, they will have a week full of laughter, friendship, and memories.
Nuhop campers leave Camp with a new sense of their abilities and self-worth, ready to face the everyday challenges of home, school, and beyond. Most Nuhop campers return for at least two years, and many for five or even ten years. Each year provides a new level of accomplishment therefore building confidence for those familiar with the program and new possibilities for success and friendship for all.
We accept campers ages 6-18. We have limited, needs based campership funds.
Caregiver Homes *2017 Autism & ALL Expo Table **
Contact: Christine Kristanich Ellingsworth
6797 N High St. Suite 331
Columbus OH 43085
We care for the caregivers Caregiver Homes is a high-touch care management solution for individuals with disabilities. This model of care engages caregivers and connects them with experienced care teams who provide support through regular visits and daily tech-enabled communication. The close collaboration between caregivers and care teams ensures there is constant attention to changes in the individual's health and environment, helping to improve outcomes.
How does the program work?
Caregiver Homes dedicates experienced care teams to work alongside individuals with disabilities and their caregivers offering guidance and support through our unique model of in-home care. This model provides caregivers with expert care teams that develop person-centered care plans, based on the individual's needs and preferences, and are flexible enough to be responsive to the individual's needs and interests on any given day. Care teams review electronic notes from each caregiver daily and are available by phone for immediate concerns. This, along with direct observation from home visits, guides coordination and collaboration with the extended care team. Through ongoing guidance and insight, as well as finance support (in the form of a tax-free stipend), we work to make caregivers feel more confident in the care they provide.
Carla's Kid's Daycare
4433 Springfield Ct.
Batavia, OH 45103
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.
Carroll Hall and Juice Plus + ***2017 Autism & ALL Special Needs Expo Table ***
Juice Plus+ is whole food based nutrition, including juice powder concentrates from 20 different fruits, vegetables and grains. Juice Plus+ helps bridge the gap between what you and your family should eat and what you do eat every day.
Free from artificial sweeteners, colors and GMO ingredients, Juice Plus+ is made from the highest quality fruits and vegetables carefully monitored from farm to capsule/chewable to provide natural ingredients your body needs to be at its best.
Center for Disease Control (CDC)
Autism Website: "Kid Quest on Disability and Health" Kid's information about autism.
Center for Independent Living Options
632 Vine Street Suite 305
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Adolescent 13-18 Adult (18-21 and older) Offer Independent Living Skills and wellness workshops for persons with disabiltities.
Cerebral Palsy Foundation
3 Columbus Circle, 15th Floor
New York, NY 10019
We are located on Broadway between 57th and 58th
( 212) 520-1686
The Cerebral Palsy Foundation defines and addresses Moments of Impact – the times at which interventions and insights, if properly implemented, have the power to change lives.
We then work to better understand how to effect change and implement it. We seek out the best thinkers to form collaborative networks which work together to bring about transformation. Finally, we share our work with others so it will have the greatest possible impact.
Child Focus, Inc.
555 Cincinnati-Batavia Pike
Cincinnati, OH 45244
Child Focus, Inc. provides early learning, mental health and foster care services for over 12,000 children, adults and families in Greater Cincinnati. Community Mental Health, including group and family therapy, is provided in 90 locations in Clermont, Brown and Hamilton counties, including 70 elementary, middle and high schools, pediatric and child care centers, juvenile court and hundreds of homes. Parent education and community trainings are also provided monthly.
Children’s Cognitive Research Laboratory University of Cincinnati Department of Psychology
Contact Dr. Heidi Kloos.
6148 Edwards I
Cincinnati , OH 45221-0376
The Children’s Cognitive Research Lab at the University of Cincinnati is conducting research which explores the thinking patterns of children with Autism. Our studies involve fun, game-like tasks which can take place in your home, at the University of Cincinnati, or your child’s school/treatment center.
Children's Home of Cincinnati High School **2017 Autism & ALL Expo Table &
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Contact: Ashley Wilson
Intake Specialist: ext. 2404
5050 Madison Road
Cincinnati, OH 45227
513-272-2800 513-272-2807 (fax)
The Children's Home High School is chartered by the Ohio Department of Education as a non-public, private school serving students in grades 9-12.
Students who defer their diploma can continue their education at the High School until age 22.
In addition to a strong individualized academic program, the school offers life skills and job readiness programming to help students prepare to be independent and productive adults.
Services include speech and occupational therapy, as well as specialized music and art programming.
The High School program meets Ohio's content standards for curriculum and offers credits toward a high school diploma.
In 2016, the High School expanded its services into transition programming for students continuing their education beyond credit requirements for a diploma.
Students aged 18-21 access programming focused on the skills necessary to transition into the adult world via systematic instruction [e.g. money management], simulated work experiences via the PAES lab and outings that teach our students how to navigate the community, identify and access resources, and provide meaningful hands-on job experiences.
In addition to a specialized environment which includes low student to teacher ratios, reduced environmental distractions and stimuli, and staff with expertise in autism spectrum disorders, the HS prescribes to an embedded behavior support system based on the Teaching Family model, which is the model of intervention for all Children's Home of Cincinnati educational programs.
Cincinnati Center for Autism *** 2017 Autism & ALL Special Needs Expo Table ***
Main Contact: Thomas Herzog
305 Cameron Rd.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45246
513- 874-6787 (fax)
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com
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 and behavioral needs of children with ASD, to assure that they are able to achieve happy, fulfilling lives. We do not accept medicaid waivers.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center - Behavioral & Developmental Neuropsychiatry Group
**2017 Autism & ALL Expo Table **
Contact: Kaela O'Brien
3333 Burnet AvenueMLC 4002
Cincinnati, Ohio 45229
The Behavioral & Developmental Neuropsychiatry Group's goal is to advance the field of knowledge of the causes and treatment of autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Our group focuses on integrating research into clinical practice in individuals of all ages with ASD, Fragile X Syndrome, Angelman Syndrome, and other developmental disorders. The research/clinical team is composed of psychiatrist, neuroscientists, psychologists, speech pathologists, and research/clinic coordinators who are interested in improving the quality of life for individuals with developmental disorders.
Cincinnati Children’s Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatric
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Amy B. Clawson, Coordinator,
Outreach Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics
MLC 9500, 3333 Burnet Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45229-3039
Fax: (513) 636-3473
Cincinnati Children's Drake Aquatic and Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy
151 W. Galbraith Road,
Cincinnati, Ohio 45216
The first program of its kind for Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, aquatic therapy at Cincinnati Children's Drake combines the benefits of physical therapy and occupational therapy with the advantages of warm-water exercise. Aquatic therapy offers significant benefits in maximizing the potential for recovery as an integrated part of a complete physical therapy or occupational therapy program. Working in the warm-water environment, patients discover freedom of movement that allows them to progress and accomplish much more than they often can in land-based therapy. Warm water lessens the effects of gravity and reduces body weight up to 90 percent, encouraging relaxation and reducing the dangers of overexertion. Aquatic therapy at Cincinnati Children's Drake is specifically structured to respond to the needs of infants, children and adolescents who require high-intensity or frequent therapy and specialized rehabilitation.
Cincinnati Children's Drake Aquatic Wellness Program
151 W. Galbraith Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45216
Phone 513-636-2774 Main 513-636-4300 Fax 513-3939
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Autism Research
Clinical Research Coordinator
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
3333 Burnet Ave.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45229-3039
MLC 2015 Office (513) 636-1665
Fax (513) 636-1888 Pager (513) 736-9661
Cincinnati Children's Hospital-The Kelly O'Leary Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders
***2017 Autism & ALL Expo Table ***
Contact: Janet Seide
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
MLC4002 3333 Burnet Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45229-2029
TKOC serves individuals who have a special set of needs requiring input from a number of different specialists. This input is provided to families through a multi-disciplinary diagnostic and treatment program for children and adolescents with an ASD.
Since its inception in 1999, TKOC has embraced the chronic care model, following children and adolescents with ASD after diagnosis for ongoing monitoring, treatment and habilitative services including speech and occupational therapy. Trainings and educational opportunities are offered by TKOC staff to family members and professionals with the goal of building capacity and improving the quality of care provided to individuals with ASD and their families.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Comprehensive Weight Management Center
3333 Burnet Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45229
Preschool School Age (6-12) Adolescent 13-18
The Comprehensive Weight Management Center includes:Abnormal Weight Gain Clinic for children of all ages and helps to develop a personalized weight plan Health Works!-a 6 month intensive program of supervised dietitian visits and group exercise classes for children ages 5-19 diagnosed with obesity. Surgical Weight Loss Program for Teens who are severely obese and interested in a surgical procedure to manage weight.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Speech Pathology
Dept 3333 Burnet Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45229-3039
Cincinnati Children's Occupational and Speech Therapy Therapeutic Recreation
3333 Burnet Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45229-3039
Cincinnati Drug and Poison Information Center (DPIC)
3333 Burnet Ave ML9004
Cincinnati OH, 45229
The Cincinnati Drug and Poison Information Center
DPIC is a 24-hour emergency technical information service available by telephone to anyone with a concern involving a poison or drug. If a poisoning is suspected, do not hesitate to call the poison control centers.
Cincinnati Occupational Therapy Institute (COTI, Inc)
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Contact: Rachel Pettibone
Blue Ash Office & Clinic Anderson Clinic
4440 Carver Woods Dr 7245 Beechmont Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45242 Cincinnati, OH 45230
Ph: (513) 791-5688 Fax: (513) 791-0023
COTI has been Cincinnati's expert in the field of sensory integration for over 30 years. COTI specializes in evaluation, intervention, and consultation for children and adults on the autism spectrum, as well as those with sensory processing disorder, ADHD, regulatory, behavioral, and attachment disorders, and other related conditions.
We provide a safe and nurturing environment that allows your child to challenge themself and gain mastery in areas of difficulty. COTI believes family involvement in the therapy process is critical to promote change. Our main clinics are located in Blue Ash and Anderson Township with other satellite locations throughout the area. COTI also provides services within public, charter, and private schools as well as through other area agencies.
Cincinnati Public School’s Autism Support Team
Cincinnati Public Schools:
Department of Student Services Autism Intervention Specialist
335 Rockdale Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45229
(513)363-4774 Fax (513)363-4785
Web : www.cps-k12.org
The Autism Spectrum Support Team was created to address the unique needs of this growing population, and includes experts in intervention, school psychology, occupational therapy and speech/language therapy. Team members help staff develop behavior support plans for students, model instructional techniques and assist in communication among the school, families and support agencies.
Cincinnati Recreation Commission The Division of Therapeutic Recreation
*** 2017 Autism & ALL Expo Table ***
Supervisor: Alayne Kazin, CTRS-(Central Region Representative)
Program / Inclusion Coordinator
805 Central Ave. Suite 800
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
(513) 352-4028 fax (513) 352-4637
Inclusion Support Services
We provide a consultative approach to supporting individuals with disabilities in all CRC programs and facilities. Our goal is to provide opportunities for inclusion that reduce physical, programmatic and attitudinal barriers. In addition to providing support to CRC facilities, we act as a resource to our community in areas such as advocacy, disability awareness and disability training
Therapeutic Recreation Services
We implement goal-oriented programs for individuals with disabilities which promote a healthy lifestyle and provide exposure to cultural experiences in the community. Our programs encourage the development of physical, social, emotional and cognitive skills to enhance quality of life, while preparing each person for leisure involvement in their community.
The Cincinnati Recreation Commission’s Division of Therapeutic Recreation serves people of all ages with a wide variety of disabling conditions including:
Therapeutic Recreation implements a variety of community-based recreational programs for individuals with disabilities. Programs are available year-round for specific disabilities and ages.
Programs offered fall under the following categories:
Sports and Fitness
Social and Leisure
Teen Summer Day Camps
To receive a program guide or for a simple program description, contact Sandy at 513-352-4028 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org We serve individuals with disabilities in a community setting, offering sports, aquatics, leisure, and social opportunities.We accept waivers Level 1 waivers and IO waivers for our swimming programs and Therapeutic Recreation summer day camp.
The mission of the Cincinnati Recreation Commission’s/ Division of Therapeutic Recreation is to offer a continuum of leisure services for individuals with disabilities that promote healthy lifestyle as well as the opportunity to participate in high quality recreational and cultural experiences in the community. As advocates for individuals with disabilities we provide inclusive and therapeutic recreation programming choices and promote accessibility at all CRC facilities.
Cincinnati SPD (Sensory Processing Disorder) Support Group
Parent support group for families with Sensory Processing Issues.
Parents meet monthly to offer support, information and networking.
Please call or email to find out more information and location of meetings.
COTI at 513-791-5688 Email: Cincy.email@example.com
Cincinnati Therapeutic Riding and Horsemanship (CTRH)
1342 State Route 50
Milford, OH 45150
The mission of CTRH is to provide a comprehensive, recreational and therapeutic horseback riding program for children and adults with disabilities in the Greater Cincinnati area.
Cincinnati TOPSoccer *** 2016 Autism & ALL Special Needs Expo Table ***
5081 Cox Smith Rd
Mason OH 45040
Cincinnati TOPSoccer – A Soccer League for Children with Disabilities Cincinnati TOPSoccer is a soccer league operating under US Youth Soccer specifically designed for Individuals with Special Needs. Our mission is to provide a safe, caring environment where all children with special needs can experience and benefit from the joys of sport through the game of soccer. Our program provides a place where children with special needs can be a part of a real sports team complete with practices, games, uniforms, tournament, end of season banquets and trophies. Any person age 4 and older with a physical or cognitive disability, no matter how severe, can play TOPSoccer.
Team placement is by ability, size and age to ensure the safety and success of each child at whatever level they are able to participate. Games and practice sessions are modified as needed to meet the needs of each player. At Cincinnati TOPSoccer, we celebrate each success in whatever form each child is able to achieve. Activities: • With three locations in Mason, Harrison and Batavia, we offer a spring Indoor Season, a five day Summer Camp and a Fall Outdoor season. • The Annual Cincinnati TOPSoccer Fall Classic Tournament is held in Mason in Mid-September. One of the largest gatherings of TOPSoccer players in the country, this event starts with an Olympic style opening ceremony with a parade of athletes starts the event giving our athletes the recognition they deserve. The day includes two soccer games for all teams, a full carnival complete with inflatables, games, crafts, vendors, cheerleaders, bands, petting zoo, and more. The day ends with each athlete receiving a medal.
Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities ***2017 Autism & ALL Expo Table ***
Contact: Lisa Davis
2040 US Highway 50
Batavia, OH 45103
The mission of the Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities is to promote safe and supportive environments while understanding our responsibility to respect the choices and needs of individuals with developmental disabilities and to empower them to be engaged in their community.
Services offered include Early Intervention for babies, birth to age 3, school age services in partnership with all Clermont County school districts, Adult Services (community integration, work services, community employment, and mental health services). A wide variety of services can be found under our Community Support Services department.To inquirer about services, contact our Intake Department at (513) 732-4831 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Clermont County Department or Job and Family Services
2400 Clermont Center Drive
Batavia OH, 45103
Phone: (513) 732-7765
WAIVERS, MEDICAID Assistance
Clermont Help Me Grow
Ron Halcomb, Project Director Central Intake and Coordinating
Site 2040 State Route P.O. Box 8
Owensville, OH 45160 513-732-5033, 513-732-5031 Fax
Clermont Help Me Grow is a program designed to assure that newborns, infants, and toddlers in Clermont County have the best possible start in life. Help Me Grow was created through the integration of several Birth to Three Programs. These former programs were known as Early Start, Welcome Home, and Early Intervention. These programs were combined into one program, Help Me Grow, to provide a more seamless, accessible, family friendly system to better serve children and families. The services Clermont Help Me Grow provides, now includes Prenatal Support, Ongoing Home Visitation Services, Newborn Home Visitation, and Services for Children with Developmental Concerns. Pregnant women, newborns, infants, and toddlers under the age of three and their families are potentially eligible for services. Help Me Grow services are voluntary and free to all residents of Clermont County.
Clippard YMCA Autism Learning Center
8920 Cheviot Rd Cincinnati, OH 45251
(513)923-4466 fax (513)923-3796
Autism Preschool- ABA, Speech, OT, Sensory Integration, Water Therapy, Inclusion Opportunities, low ratios
Cole Center for Healing
Dr. Ted Cole
11974 Lebanon Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45241
(513)563-4321 (513)563-3131 (fax)
The Cole Center For Healing offers holistic treatment of health conditions, such as, CP, stroke, MS, Lyme disease, brain injury, fibromyalgia, etc. We provide the following therapies: Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), the 3 Minute IV (3MIV), chelation therapy, Acupuncture, Neurotransmitter Therapy and much more.
Community Fund Management Foundation ***2017 Autism & ALL Special Needs Expo Table ***
Contact: Laura L. Drake
Associate Director Southern Ohio Office
9157 Montgomery Road Suite 203
Cincinnati, OH 45242
513- 967-5612, (513) 791-7991 FAX
Community Fund Management Foundation also known as "CFMF" is a nonprofit, tax-exempt ((501)(c)(3)) foundation that develops and makes available several types of trusts, educational programs, and related services that enable individuals who are disabled (as defined by Social Security Administration criteria) to use private funds to enhance their quality of life while attempting to safeguard their eligibility for government benefits.
Money can be requested from the trust account to pay for supplemental services, which are items or services not paid for by insurance or a government benefit program, but that provide dignity, joy, or optimism to an individual with a disability. Examples include cable TV, magazines, vacations, or medical expenses not covered by Medicaid.
Comprehensive Counseling Services, Inc
10999 Reed Hartman Hwy Ste#233
Blue Ash, OH 45242
Email : Support@bcounseling.org
We offer support for couples of family members with ASD (Couple Communication.) Individual and couple counseling. Divorce Support Groups, Support groups for couples who are struggling with emotional, financial, medical, and educational stressors. Potential to Join Baby Sitting Coop. Help with Relationship Issues, Parenting Skills, Anxiety/Panic attacks, Communication Problems and Depression.
Conductive Learning Center of Greater Cincinnati
Contact: Kelli Flanigan
325 West 19th Street
Covington KY, 41014
During the School Calendar Year, Monday-Friday we offer 5.5 hours (9am-2:30pm) of Conductive Education with a blend of Special Education for students (ages 3-22) with motor disabilities (such as Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, and other neurological based motor impairments). Each student works on individualized goals in a group setting. While infusing the holistic elements of the Conductive Education motor learning program the students are constantly stimulated throughout the entire day with self-care skills training, motor skill building, sensory processing, and group and individual educational activities.
We also offer Parent-Child for 3 hours a day. This program is for the care provider and the student (ages 6 months -3ys) with motor disabilities (such as Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, and other neurological based motor impairments) to attend infusing the holistic elements of the Conductive Education motor learning program. This program gives the necessary skill training for the care provider to carry out into their home environment to help the student with self-care skills training, motor skill building, sensory processing, and group and individual educational activities.
We also offer an Adult Class for students (ages 22 & up) with motor disabilities (such as Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, stroke survivors, Parkinson's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, or any other brain injury). Each student works on individualized goals in a group or individualized setting. This program can focus on developing physical stamina to improve balance, strength, and maintaining their skills and moving to the next level of independence as well as retrain the brain for the motor skills that may have been loss.
We also offer Summer Camp of intensive Conductive Education program with the focus on increasing physical and social independence. The daily routine includes programs to develop gross motor, fine motor, and self-care skills.
Cornetet, Meyer, Rush & Stapleton Attorneys at Law : Tom Jacobs
Contact: Tom Jacobs
123 Boggs Lane
Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513)771-2444 Office Fax (513) 771-2447
Tom Jacobs is an Attorney with Cornetet, Meyer, Rush & Stapleton and has over twenty years of experience as a litigator. Areas of concentration include education law, special education law, disability law, commercial litigation, contract law, labor & employment law, and construction law.
Tom’s Special Education Law practice primarily involves the representation of disabled children and their parents. He also provides both consultative and mediation services to schools and gives presentations concerning Special Education Law throughout the Greater Cincinnati Area to parents, educators, and attorneys.
Council on Developmental Disabilities *** 2016 Autism & ALL Special Needs Expo table ***
Contact: Mona Wilkerson
1151 S 4th St,
Louisville, KY 40203
Founded by parents in 1952, The Council is the preeminent advocacy organization in Kentucky. We offer free training to families: guardianship, special Ed law/process, financial planning, abuse prevention, Medicaid waivers, etc.. We offer limited crisis intervention and many referrals to qualified providers and attorneys. Also, we have a robust public policy program that works to protect the rights and increase funding for people with DD-ID. Also, our arts programming serves hundreds of people with disabilities in our community. We welcome all families.
Crossroads Community Church
3500 Madison Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45209
(513) 731-7400 (513) 731-3978 (fax)
Special Needs Ministry Here at Crossroads we believe that God has called us to reach out to people with Special Needs. We interview both students and volunteers to find "buddies" to be paired with the child so that they can have a consistent friend each week at Kid's Club. This "Buddy" helps the child they are paired with to connect with their community of peers and ensures that we are doing everything we can to communicate the message in a manner that these kids can understand. We believe that this arrangement blesses everyone involved! If you would like more information about our amazing Special Needs program please contact Harmony Hensley.
Cynthia Lohstroh, Travel Consultant with Travel Time, TPE LLC
I am a travel consultant that specializes in Disney. I can plan an overnight stay, a cruise, or the vacation of a life time. I have experience planning vacations for singles, couples, families and especially families with special needs. I can help you get through the disabilities maze. You do not pay for my services. There is no additional fee. Call or e-mail me so that I can help you plan that next vacation.
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