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Ages And Stages Virtual Parent Workshop

Ages & Stages Virtual Parent Workshop A Quarterly Event Series Presented by Cincinnati Children’s Saturday, February 13th; 9:00am-10:30am Eastern Time Register Here!! February’s Featured Topics: COVID-19 Vaccine – Questions & Answers Telehealth – What You Need To Know About A COVID-19 vaccine is here and rolling out. We’re answering your questions with a leading expert […]

Autism 101 Virtual Event

The Kelly O’Leary Center for Autism at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital is hosting a virtual autism 101 event aimed at helping provide parents and caregivers the information and resources they need to better understand and help their children with developmental disabilities. This event costs $10 to register and is all virtual. To learn more about this […]

Lets Talk: Toe Walking in Children

The Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati is hosting a Let’s Talk session on the topic of Toe Walking in children on Wednesday January 27th at 6:30pm. This mini session will help parents and caregiver learn more about the various interventions for toe walking, from physical therapy to gait training, serial training, and orthotic management. They […]

Let’s Talk Sensory Processing Difficulties

The Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati is hosting a Let’s Talk session on the topic of Sensory Processing Difficulties on Wednesday January 20th at 6:30pm. This mini session will help parents and caregiver learn more about sensory processing difficulties and how it presents in children with autism. The session will also provide activity ideas that […]

Autism Society Parent and Caregiver Support Group

The Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati is hosting weekly support group meetings for parents and caregivers. These meetings are intended to provide support, conversation, and new connections. Want to talk to other parents who get it? Join other parents/caregivers to talk about the joys and challenges of raising a child with autism. This group offers […]

What I Wish I Knew When I Was Young

About this Event The Regional Autism Advisory Council is hosting a virtual event for professionals and family members as well as individuals with disabilities. The event will take place on Tuesday, December 15, 2020 at 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM EST Below is a description of the purpose of this event as well as some […]

Snowman and Storytime Kids Exploring Fun

The Autism Society of greater Cincinnati is continuing their series of virtual Kids Exploring Fun with fun December themed stories and crafts for children and their families to join in and have some fun! On Saturday, December 12th at 9am, Ms. Jessica will be reading the story of Sneezy the Snowman and sharing a fun […]

Let’s Talk About Building Resiliency and Finding Joy in Tough Times

The Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati is hosting a discussion about building tools and supports to help you and your family thrive through the challenging times presented by COVID-19. This discussion will be facilitated by: Elizabeth Trenkamp, Family Navigator at Cincinnati Children’s DDBP And Mary Helen Richer, Executive Director at the Autism Society Greater Cincinnati […]

Helping Children Through COVID-19 And Explaining Current Events

Register Here! https://www.communityrelationsconnect.org/november-ages-stages A Elite Kids Therapy, we know that the coronavirus has caused many changes to our daily lives and that these changes can be confusing and/or upsetting to children. We hope that you are able to attend this seminar and learn more about how to help your child better understand our current circumstances. […]

A Guide to Interacting with Police

The University of Cincinnati Center of Excellence in Developmental Disabilities have released a Guide to Interacting with Police for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Here are a few of the resources from their guide that can help children and adults with developmental disabilities better understand what to do when interacting with the police. A link to […]