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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 […]

Kids Exploring Fun! – Story and Music Fun by Linden Grove School

The Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati is hosting an online autism youth program that gives children opportunity for engagement, creativity, socialization, and of course fun! Each work, they host a new and different activity on Saturdays at 9am. This weeks activity includes the story of Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax and a craft project with Linden […]

ASGC Virtual Pumpkin Palooza 2020

The Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati is excited to host their first ever fully virtual fundraising and fun-having event this year on Thursday, October 22nd! There will be a Silent Auction that will open for bidding on Monday, October 12th at 6:30pm and go until 7:15pm on October 22nd (15 mins prior to event ending). […]

Be.Welll Anywhere Virtual Training Programs for Children with Disabilities

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Cincinnati Children’s Division of Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy have partnered with many organizations such as Luke 5 Adventures and the Cincinnati Parks Foundations to provide free virtual and in person opportunities for children of all ages and abilities to experience the joys of Cincinnati’s park trails. For questions or to register, email OTPT.BE.WELL@CCHMC.ORG Elite […]

How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus

Recently, PBS aired an episode of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood in which Daniel helped learned all about Coronavirus and how to stay safe and healthy. PBS has become a great resource in helping young children understand current conditions while also teaching them proper techniques to help stop the spread of germs. Here are some helpful Tips […]

Returning To School- Social Stories For Kids Returning In -Person, Online, and Hybrid

University of Cincinnati Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center have partnered together to compose a number of social stories to help you and your child prepare for and understand the new ways in which they will be attending school. If your child will be returning […]

Cincinnati Art Museum Virtual Workshops

Art Museum Virtual Workshop

The Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in partnership with Microsoft Store is hosting a free virtual workshop!Join us with Microsoft for Virtual Art Museum workshops, specifically tailored for children and adolescents with developmental disabilities!These workshops were designed to introduce children to art in an interesting way—not only will […]

Why Many Autistic Girls Are Overlooked

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Oftentimes, girls can go undiagnosed in comparison to boys, girls tend to mask the symptoms of autism and don’t always fit the tradition autism stereotypes. Read on or follow the link to the full article published by the child mind institute HERE to learn more about why! Many more boys than girls are diagnosed on […]