Tag Archives: COVID-19

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). […]

We Rock The Spectrum Kids Gym

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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 […]

Project SCOPE (Supporting Children of the Opioid Epidemic)

The University of Cincinnati in partnership with The Wyoming Center for Disabilities and The Nisonger Center at The Ohio State University have worked together on Project SCOPE to provide a biweekly training session focusing on targeting, monitoring, and supporting children effected by the opioid epidemic. Project SCOPE: Supporting Children of the OPioid Epidemic, is a […]

Luke 5 Adventures Hike

Luke 5 Adventures is offering FREE hikes in the southwest Ohio area for those who may not be able to hike themselves due to a disability. This service is offered to all ages and will provide individuals with experiences they may have thought they couldn’t encounter before! Luke 5 Adventures also offers custom adventures out […]

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 […]

Managing Screen Time Fatigue—When Screens Are Seemingly the Only Way to Connect

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Read the full article by Francine Pierson Here: https://leader.pubs.asha.org/do/10.1044/2020-0515-screen-time-fatigue/full/?utm_source=asha&utm_medium=enewsletter&utm_term=picks&utm_content=061620&utm_campaign=ashanow& The COVID-19 pandemic forced increased use of screens into nearly every aspect of our collective lives, whether your pre-pandemic existence consisted of attending preschool or running a business. We rely on screens for everything from classes and work meetings to religious services, hobbies, and leisure activities […]