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$50 for 50 Campaign

In 2021, the Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati is celebrate their 50-year anniversary. 50 years of providing resources, support and improving the lives of people living with autism. Help us celebrate this milestone by making a donation today. The Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati has been providing helpful resources and inclusive events for children and […]

MSU Stuttering Project Survey

Michigan State University is conducting an online study to learn why some children who stutter develop more adverse impact (i.e. negative thoughts, feelings, or behaviors) than other children. To better understand how adverse impact related to stuttering develops, we are inviting children who stutter (3-18 years) to complete several yearly surveys over the next 4 […]

Carnival of the Animals

The Cincinnati POPS orchestra is hosting a free online family and children’s performance of Carnival of the Animals. Premiering February 27 at 10:30 am ESTFREE for first 24 hoursAvailable on demand February 27 Camille Saint-Saëns’s beloved Carnival of the Animals is a merry, musical menagerie filled with Lions, Donkeys, Elephants and more. This is the wildest way […]

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 […]

Let’s Talk Everyday Speech Activities

The Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati is hosting a mini Let’s Talk session on the topic of everyday speech activities on Wednesday February 3rd 2021 at 6:30pm. This mini session will help parents and caregiver learn a number of new simple speech activities to do at home with your child. We will explore materials around […]

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 […]

SABE GoVoter Project

Your Voting Experience November 3, 2020 by Ross Musick Voting may have looked very different this year, but that doesn’t mean that your experience should be more difficult. Many more people are expected to vote early in person or by absentee ballots to avoid the large crowds on Election Day. This is especially true for voters […]

Survey for Parents of Kids with Multiple Complexities — See if you qualify now!

Researchers at Nationwide Children’s Hospital have developed a new app called SpeakHealth to help parents of children with complex medical needs keep track of care tasks. If you would like to be a part of the beta testing phase of this research, take this survey to see if you qualify: https://redcap.nchri.org/surveys/index.php?s=LNFHJAYD7P If you’re looking for quality […]

Sensory-Motor Walk Stations for Home

To read the full article or to access even more sensory and behavior strategies that you can use in your own home click here! Sensory-Motor Walk Stations for Home With many of us doing virtual learning or homeschool these days, I wanted to provide an easy way for parents to give sensory-motor breaks at home. […]

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 […]