Autism & All Special Needs Yellow Pages
Created by Families with ASD Founder, Julia Ann Smith, this directory is a tool to help the families they serve find much needed autism & special needs friendly resources. Click here to view.
Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati
Autism Society Greater Cincinnati’s mission is to improve the lives of all affected by autism. We do this by providing information & referral services, support groups, community outings and educational programs throughout the tristate region. Click here to learn more
Cincinnati Children’s Special Needs Directory
The Special Needs Resource Directory, supported by the Family Resource Center at Cincinnati Children's, can assist parents, caregivers and healthcare providers identify, evaluate and access necessary services and supports. Focused on children and youth with special health needs who have physical, developmental, behavioral or emotional conditions, the directory contains information about local, regional and national resources. Click here to view
Cincinnati Recreation Commission – Division of Therapeutic Recreation
The Cincinnati Recreation Commission’s Division of Therapeutic Recreation offers leisure services for individuals with disabilities. The services promote healthy lifestyles and provide opportunities to participate in high-quality recreational, social and cultural experiences in the community, and our recreation facilities. Click here to learn more.
Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati
The mission of the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati is to empower individuals, educate families, enhance communities and together, celebrate the extraordinary lives of people with Down syndrome. By providing families with support, inspiration and information, we help individuals with Down syndrome achieve their maximum potential. Click here to learn more.
Ohio DD Council
The Ohio Developmental Disabilities Council (DD Council) is one of a national network of state councils, committed to self-determination and community inclusion for people with developmental disabilities. Our mission is to create change that improves independence, productivity and inclusion for people with developmental disabilities and their families in community life in Ohio. Click here to learn more.
Ohio Self-Determination Association
The Ohio Self Determination Association (OSDA) is a non-profit organization who empowers people with disabilities. Our goal is to expand awareness of self-determination principles, provide valuable training resources, and promote advocacy efforts. Click here to learn more.
Ohio SIBS provides advocacy, education, leadership and supports that will promote enhanced quality of life, improved public policy and increased services and supports for adult siblings (of people with developmental disabilities) and their families. Click here to learn more.
Spina Bifida Coalition of Cincinnati
The Spina Bifida Coalition of Cincinnati offers person-to-person mentoring, scholarships, support and envisions individuals with Spina Bifida as confident, skilled and productive citizens, advocating for their own health and welfare. Click here to learn more.
University of Cincinnati UCEDD
University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD) exist in every state and territory to serve as a resource in the areas of education, research and service to meet the needs of people with developmental disabilities. UC UCEDD is a leader in working with and on behalf of children and adults with disabilities and their families so they can lead the lives they want. UC UCEDD accomplishes its mission through education, training, research, impacting on policy, and sharing information Click here to learn more.
Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio
Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio (COA) administers home and community-based long-term care programs that preserve dignity and choice for older adults and people of all ages with disabilities. COA’s mission is to enhance people's lives by assisting them to remain independent at home through a range of quality services. COA is the state-designated Aging and Disability Resource Network (ADRN) for Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton and Warren counties. As such, COA is the “front door” to a network of providers, resources and information for individuals and caregivers whose primary concern is being able to stay in their own homes, despite a chronic health condition or disability. Through COA programs, individuals and families can access services such as meals on wheels, transportation, personal care and homemaking assistance, caregiver support, respite and more. Contact Council on Aging at (513) 721-1025 or visit their website here
for information and a free assessment.