Families With ASD
Rapid Prompting Method (RPM) Cincinnati Community
**2017 Autism & ALL Expo Table **
Contact: Teresa Harris
Rapid Prompting Method (RPM) (www.halo-soma.org) founded by Soma Mukhopadhyay is an innovative and progressive educational method based on neuroscience. It is geared toward the unique complex communication and sensory needs of students with ASD. Through academic exposure and sensory integration, students develop a fluid mode of communication.
RPM uses a "Teach-Ask" paradigm for eliciting responses through intensive verbal, auditory, visual and/or tactile prompts. RPM presumes competence to increase the students' interest, confidence and self-esteem. Student responses evolve from picking up answers, to pointing, to typing and writing which reveals students' comprehension, academic abilities and eventually,
conversational skills."-Soma Mukhopadhyay.
RPM is growing worldwide, with outreach and instructional opportunities in England, Australia, Africa, Ireland, New Zealand and many location in the United States. Here in Cincinnati, get connected to the RPM community and find parents, families, students, providers and therapy centers, who are bringing this innovative method into our community locally. Don't wait another day! Join our Facebook page: RPM Cincinnati Community today and help your child or adult with ASD to unlock their voice!
**2017 Autism & ALL Expo Table **
Red Treehouse is a state-wide website of resources, organized by counties. Users can find printed materials; organizations that can help; and a calendar of events...all related to topics the user selects. The website is free for users and free for organizations to post their information. Check out www.redtreehouse.org on your computer...or use the mobile version on your phone.And, invite Red Treehouse to your next family event.
Regional Autism Advisory Council (RAAC)
3333 Burnet Ave. ML 4002
Cincinnati, OH 45229
513-636-7616 Fax 513-636-0527
The mission of RAAC is to facilitate and promote the improvement of services in southwest Ohio to individuals with ASD so that they can maximally access their communities. Every August RAAC Sponsors a Summer Institute, which is 4 days and Nationally recognized Keynoters and over 50 break out sessions.
Rehabilitation Center & Nicholas School
1306 Garbry Rd.
Piqua, OH 45356
Providing neuroeducational, neurodevelopment, and wellness programs to infants, children, and adults wince 1972. Resident Home Corp. including CITE Services 3030 West Fork Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45211 513-389-7500 fax 513-389-7508 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.RHCORP.org
REM Ohio: REM-OH ***2017 Autism & ALL Special Needs Expo Table***
11530 Century Blvd.
Cincinnati, OH 45246
Since 1967, REM has been providing a variety of services and programs for people with disabilities and other complex needs, as well as their families. Today the organization offers an array of residential living options and support services for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities—including autism spectrum disorders—brain injury and mental health challenges. Each program is designed around the needs of the individual, coordinating their strengths with the supports available in the community. REM’s services include community living options, host home programs, in-home supports, transition services, supported living, adult day services, vocational services, supported employment and non-medical transportation. At REM Ohio, we understand that every person has their own unique strengths and abilities. That is why we provide a range of flexible, community-based residential and non-residential programs that provide the right balance of service and support.
ResCare Ohio/Sonny Spot Day Programs *** 2017 Autism & ALL Special Needs Expo Table ***
Contact: Teresa Moran
7908 Cincinnati-Dayton Road Suite M
West Chester OH 45069
(513)-858-4550 x 14
ResCare Ohio provides community based supports to adults, children and adolescents with developmental, intellectual, and physical disabilities.
ResCare Ohio provides services in Supported Living Homes, Licensed Waiver homes, Intermediate Care facilities, Sonny Spot, Sonny Spot TOO and Sonny Spot East Day Programs.
Mission Statement: To Impact communities for the better, creating optimal environments for people in need of assistance, through attentive and quality service principles, so that they can live their best life.
RMS Autism Transition Center
7135 Hamilton Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45231
Goals of the Autism Transition Center: Acquire daily living skills to live more independently; Acquire social skills to be successful in relationships, employment and communities; and Develop sense of self to self-advocate, self-determine and build confidence. The curriculum includes training in: Social Skills Recreation and Leisure, Sensory Self-Regulation, Behavior Support, Personal Safety, Community Transportation, Community Inclusion, Emergency Awareness, Self-Advocacy Sexuality and Relationships Personal Hygiene Home Maintenance Nutrition and Menu Planning Meal Preparation Monday and Banking Job.
7162 Reading Rd,
Cincinnati, OH 45237
513-841-0990 513-841-9880 (fax)
Robert W. Baird & Co
Contact: Elaina C. Stuard
4030 Smith Road, Suite 100
Cincinnati, OH 45209
What You Need is What We Do: Every client’s financial goals, situation and personal investment preferences are are unique. As your Financial Adviser, our most important job is to truly understand who you are and what you want your assets to accomplish for you. Baird provides access to a broad pool of research, resources and planning expertise from which we can draw when designing customized solutions based on our knowledge of your specific needs in these areas: Financial and Estate Planning •Retirement and education planning •Tax planning •Wealth transfer •Charitable giving Investment Management •Portfolio management•Comprehensive advisory solutions •Brokerage services•Alternative investments •Cash management
RYUA Endeavors, Inc.
1010 LaClair Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15218
Ryuu - The Game™ is a non-competitive and therapeutic way of teaching social skills that utilizes an interest in fantasy, card collecting, acting and humor to make learning fun and more meaningful. The style of this product is also very "cool" and trendy and can easily be shared with friends. Extra decks of cards can be used for collecting and trading. You can browse through beautifully designed pages of The Books of Ryuu CD and learn all about the Ryuu characters. And if you really get into Ryuu, you can get posters, stickers and even rub-on tattoos!
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