Families With ASD
Kaeppner, Dr. Christopher, PhD
1117 Fehl Lane
Cincinnati, OH 45230
513-313-7661 fax 513-388-9711
Dr. Kaeppner is a licensed psychologist who evaluates and treats the behavioral and emotional problems of children with ASD.
Kelly O'Leary Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics
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Contact: Janet Seide
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
MLC4002 3333 Burnet Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45229-2029
513-636-5340 - 513-636-4311 (800)334-2462 ext 4611
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. •TKOC is a member of the Autism Speaks - Autism Treatment Network (AS-ATN) and recognized as one of the elite autism centers in the United States. 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.
Ken Anderson Foundation **** 2017 Autism & ALL Special Needs Expo Table ****
Contact: Cate Fopma
6539 Harrison Ave., #216
Cincinnati, OH 45247
Ken Anderson Alliance is creating "live, work, play" opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities. We believe that adults with disabilities have the human and civil rights to live, work, play, socialize, recreate, love, learn, and worship in the settings and manner of their choosing, with the support of families, friends, and caregivers.
In mid-2017, we will launch social and recreational activities that include a wide variety of community outings and on-site programs for small groups of adults with supports and transportation. Concurrently we will offer employment and vocational workshops and online training to create opportunities for adults with disabilities to explore their work interests, talents, and abilities. Later this year, we will launch paid work opportunities. Our plan is to build an innovative, integrated beneficial residential community that provides supportive, affordable housing for a neurodiverse blend of adults with developmental disabilities who have a range of support needs, and adults and families without disabilities.
Kennedy Krieger Institute
707 North Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21205 443-923-9200 or 800-873-3377
Kennedy Krieger Institute is an internationally recognized institution located in Baltimore, Maryland dedicated to improving the lives of children and adolescents with pediatric developmental disabilities through patient care, special education, research, and professional training.In addition to providing evaluation, rehabilitation, educational services and cutting edge research on behalf of children with brain, spinal cord and musculoskeletal related disorders, Kennedy Krieger also provides professional training by renowned experts dedicated to increasing the number of qualified specialists in the United States and abroad.
Kentucky Assistive Technology Service (KATS) Network Charles McDowell Center
8412 Westport Road
Louisville, KY 40242
(502) 327-0022 (V/TTY); (800) 327-5287 (V/TTY, in KY only)
The KATS Network, the Kentucky Assistive Technology Act Program, serves Kentucky residents of all ages with disabilities of all types, their families, employers and employment service providers, educators, health care and social service providers, and others seeking information about assistive technology (AT) and accessible information technology.
Kentucky Autism Training Center (KATC)
College of Education and Human Development
Dean's Office University of Louisville
Louisville, KY 40292
Phone: (502) 852-4631 or 800-334-8635 ext. 852-4631 Fax: (502) 852-7148
The mission of the Kentucky Autism Training Center is to strengthen our state's systems of support for persons affected by autism by bridging research to practice and by providing training and resources to families and professionals. KATC is committed to improving the quality of life for those affected by ASD.
Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
632 Versailles Road
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 573-2604 (V/TTY); (800) 372-2907 (V/TTY, in KY only)
Kentucky Disabilities Coalition
P.O. Box 1589
Frankfort, KY 40602
(502) 875-1871 (V/TTY); (800) 977-7505 (in KY)
Kentucky Education Rights Center, Inc.
106 North Main Street
Versailles, Kentucky 40383
(859) 879-0411 (859) 879-0412 (fax)
Kentucky Mental Health Coalition
120 Sears Avenue, Suite 212
Louisville, KY 40207
Kentucky Partnership for Families and Children
1410 Versailles Road, Suite 6
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 695-5366; (502) 695-3410 (800) 369-0533 Fax: (502) 695-6829
KPFC (Kentucky Partnership for Families and Children, Inc.) is a statewide, private, not-for-profit organization that believes all families raising youth and children affected by behavioral health challenges deserve responsive systems providing services and resources that are family-driven and youth-guided.
Kentucky Special Parent Involvement Network (KY-SPIN)
10301 -B Deering Road
Louisville, KY 40272
(502) 937-6894; (800) 525-7746 (502) 937-6464 (fax)
SPIN provides training, information and support to people with disabilities, their parents and families, and information on all types of disabilities and topics for all age groups. Through a "Families Training Families" model, consultants conduct community workshops on the issues of laws, rights, listening and communication skills, to promote better understanding of disability issues.
Kentucky State Department of Education
1930 Capital Plaza Tower
500 Mero Street
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 564-3421, (800) 533-5372 (502) 564-6470 (fax)
Key Behavior Services ****2017 Autism & ALL Special Needs Expo Table *****
Contact: Hal Houseworth
90 Compark Road, Suite D
Centerville, OH 45459
Key Behavior Services is a Applied Behavior Analysis services provider. We provide 1:1 services in the home and school settings throughout the Dayton and Cincinnati area's.
At Key Behavior Services, we believe that all children have the ability to learn and grow. If a child is not learning or making progress, we have to look at our teaching strategies and adjust accordingly to ensure that the child is learning and making strong progress.
Our team of professionals at Key Behavior has experience working with children from 18 months old up to 22 years old. All services provided are supervised by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Many of the children who benefit from ABA Therapy are diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder, however, we have and will work with children with a different diagnosis or no diagnosis at all.
Keys for Success provides music therapy services to individuals in the Cincinnati and Southeastern Indiana areas. The mission of Keys for Success is to provide energetic, thoughtful, and dignified music therapy services and to advocate for the needs of the individuals we serve to improve quality of life and specific skill areas.
Music therapy is an evidence-based practice that uses music interventions to address non-musical goals, such as communication, social skills, motor skills, cognitive skills, and emotional expression.
Music therapists at Keys for Success are all nationally board certified. We serve all ages and provide both group and individual community-based services. We accept private pay and Indiana Medicaid Waiver funding. Other funding sources include scholarships, grant funding, voucher programs, and private insurance on a case-by-case basis.
Kid Power Therapy Services, Inc.
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5989 Meijer Dr. #4
Milford, OH 45150
We provide Speech Language Therapy and Occupational Therapy to children with a diverse range of communication, speech, sensory, gross motor, and fine motor abilities. Our goal is to provide intense therapy services in an environment that facilitates integration, organization, learning, growth, interaction, and FUN!
Kozie Clothes ***2016 Autism & ALL Special Needs Expo Table ***
Contact: Susan Donohoe
399 Circle of Progress
Pottstown, PA 19464
Welcome to Kozie Clothes
Kozie Clothes is dedicated to producing adorable, high quality special needs children's clothing. Specifically designed with the consultation of Sensory Certified Occupational Therapists, Children's Apparel Designers, Pediatric Nurses, and Special Needs Parents.
Your clothing resource for children with ADHD, Autism, Proprioceptive, and G-Tube feeding assistance. KozieClothes is committed to serving the unique need for stylish, fun,and therapeutic clothing and products for the Pediatric Special Needs community. At Kozie Clothes we believe that all children are unique, and deserve to feel comfortable and happy every day.We have a wide range of sensory engineered clothing and solutions for kids of all ages, as well as products designed for toddlers, newborns, and preemies who require ongoing medical care.
Kraska, Julie, OTR/L Kraska & Associates, Inc.
437 Lewis Hargett Circle Suite 120
Lexington, KY 40503
(859) 219-0956; (859) 219-1186 (fax)
Private practice providing occupational and speech therapy services. Family-centered approach. Areas of specialty include sensory integration, sensory processing disorder, fine motor/handwriting, dyspraxia,autism,aspergers, articulation, phonological disorders, reading programs. Kettering Medical Center Pediatric Neuropsychology Services 937-395-8043 Web: www.wkni.org Dr. Miller will assess your child through a comprehensive evaluation to detect the cognitive effects of developmental,neurological, and/or medical problems such as: Autism, epilepsy, ADHD, dyslexia or a genetic disorder.
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