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We Rock The Spectrum Kids Gym

We Rock The Spectrum Cincinnati

We Rock The Spectrum Kids Gym has a Cincinnati Ohio location where kids of various abilities are able to play and learn in a safe and appropriately modified environment! The Kids Gym offers many inclusionary equipment such as: Suspended equipment with swings for balance and vestibular treatment Crash mats and crash pillows for fun, motor […]

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 […]

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 […]

Calming & Self-Regulation Strategies for Kids

Read the full article and access great resources here! https://theinspiredtreehouse.com/calming-self-regulation-strategies-for-kids/?fbclid=IwAR0xPb735mJ0nmJUOEj0ybNQNu0d-80nua9fcZWzoJfPQA-0HCi6fvHUvxo One of the most common things that friends, family members, and parents in our therapy practice/play groups is self-regulation ask us about is self-regulation strategies. It seems that so many kids struggle with this very complex aspect of child development – for many different reasons. […]

Summer 2020 RAAC Training Institute For Autism and Mental Health and Severe Autism

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The Regional Autism Advisory Council of Southwest Ohio is hosting a number of Zoom sessions on Autism and mental health as well as severe autism. There are eight total sessions and you are welcome to attend as many as you would like depending on what you are interested in! To register for any of the […]

Lets Talk About Autism and Ohio Medicaid Waivers

Lets Talk About Autism and Ohio Medicaid Waivers

The Greater Cincinnati Autism Society is hosting an online conversation about Medicaid Wiavers in Ohio. Join them to learn about different types of waivers, who is eligible and the process of getting a waiver, and the possible impacts of Medicaid Cuts. The talk will be facilitated by Nyoka Craddolph, Chase Hurst, Lee Ann Emmons, and […]

Let’s Talk About Autism and Mental Health – April 16 2020

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Join the Cincinnati Autism Society for an online conversation about autism and mental health. Though mental health issues are common for everyone, those with autism can experience mental illness more frequently than those who are neurotypical. Facilitators, along with a self-advocate panel, will discuss common mental health illnesses along with treatment options and supports. When […]

Gender stereotypes have made us horrible at recognizing autism in women and girls

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October 12, 2016 By Matthew Rozsa Despite the stats being slightly outdated, it’s still true today! In August, the National Autistic Society called on medical professionals to change the way they diagnose women and girls with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Ever since the term autism was first coined by Hans Asperger in 1944, it has remained predominantly, if anecdotally, associated with men […]

Great Parks “Wonderful Winter Weekend” Sensory Sensitive Hours

When: JAN 18 and JAN 19, 2020 What: Great Parks “Wonderful Winter Weekend” Sensory Sensitive Hours Time: 10-11am Where: Miami Whitewater Forest Visitor Center Cost: FREE but a craft is offered for a small fee.  Social narrative available in file link above. For:  ALL family members Event Basics: winter themed games, activities, zany photo op, […]