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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 […]

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. […]

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 […]

Register Now! Ohio’s Free Conference on Trauma Informed Schools 11.7.2020

Ohio Trauma-Informed Schools Conference

Registration now open for Ohio’s Free Trauma-Informed Schools Conference. Plan to attend Ohio’s Trauma-Informed Schools Conference hosted by the Ohio Department of Education. This free event will be held virtually on Nov. 7, from 8:30 a.m.-3:15 p.m., and a recording of the event will be available for one week after the conference for registered participants. […]

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 […]

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. […]

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 […]