Summer and Beyond is a collaborative effort between the State Support Team of Region 3 and the Educational Service Center of Cuyahoga. We continue to work with school districts, community partners and families to offer professional development focused on Universal Design for Learning, Positive Behavior and Interventions and Supports, and Evidenced Based Early Literacy and Post-Secondary Transition supports.
FARE-Cle believes transportation is essential to allow all adults access to a variety of community activities. By providing individuals ages 14 and older diagnosed with a developmental disability or early stage dementia, the opportunity to find a trained and vetted driver, our clients move closer to independence, community integration, and self-empowerment.
As the mother to five children with her eldest on the autism spectrum, Crystal Cartwright is part of your community. Loose Ends or Legacy assists families with the long-term support needs that can impact a family’s peace of mind. Workshop topics such as government benefits, special needs trusts, letter of intent, and many more are available. Let Loose Ends or Legacy help you on the path to achieving that peace of mind for yourself and your loved ones.
Disability Rights Ohio is a non-profit corporation with a mission to advocate for the human, civil and legal rights of people with disabilities in Ohio. Since October 2012, Disability Rights Ohio has served as Ohio’s Protection and Advocacy (P&A) system and Client Assistance Program (CAP). It is governed by a Board of Directors, primarily consisting of people with disabilities and family members of people with disabilities.
The Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities (OCECD) is a statewide nonprofit organization that serves families of infants, toddlers, children and youth with disabilities in Ohio, educators and agencies who provide services to them. OCECD works through the coalition efforts of over 40 parent and professional disability organizations and over 70 individual members which comprise the Coalition. OCECD has also been funded since 1984 to serve as the Parent Training and Information Center (PTI) for the state of Ohio from the federal government, U.S. Dept of Education, Office for Special Education Programs.
Informing public policy and developing and deploying best practices – linking research to real life – so that people with disabilities have the opportunity to live their best lives for their whole lives. Creating a better quality of life for people with disabilities and their families, by training support systems with innovative, practical information and instruction based on multiple research-based approaches. Learn more about our training that has served more than 300,000 people worldwide.
Join 1,200 professionals, parents and individuals with autism in Cleveland, OH for world-class speakers, networking and support. With more than 100 sessions, 10 specialized tracks and 50 exhibitors, this is the must-attend autism event of the year to gain evidence-based, practical strategies for at work, at home or to use in your community. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect, learn and raise the bar for what is possible! Register here for the event.