Ohio Help Me Grow: A voluntary family support program for pregnant women or new parents. Offered in every county of the state through a well-established network, Help Me Grow is an evidence-based program that promotes healthy growth and development for babies and young children. Our home visitors are well-trained professionals who use a non-judgmental and compassionate approach that empowers parents with skills, tools and confidence to nurture the healthy growth of their children.
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Early Childhood Ohio: Ohio will utilize the expertise, work and planning that has occurred in Ohio, including the School Readiness Solutions Group, the Strategic Framework Planning Process and the State Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems Planning, Build Ohio and the Governor's Early Childhood Transition Workgroup.
Head Start is a federally funded preschool program for children ages 3-5. Early Head Start is designed for children birth to 3 years. Both programs use a two-generational, comprehensive approach to ensuring children and their caregivers are ready for school.
Head Start and Early Head Start: Community Action Wayne/Medina provides Head Start. It is a federally funded preschool program for children ages 3-5. Early Head Start is designed for children birth to 3 years and pregnant women. Both programs use a two-generational, comprehensive approach to ensuring children and their caregivers are school-ready.
Children with Disabilities
Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI) is a resource hub with information ranging from research and training on autism to assistive technology tools. Different tools on the OCALI website are geared specifically towards families, agencies, teachers, and many others. The Family Center at OCALI connects families to the information they need regarding services, supports, training and resources, including the free OCALI Lending Library. It offers training and products to help families and to support agencies serving them.
Adaptive Sports Program Ohio (ASPO) is a nonprofit organization established to promote the health and wellness of individuals with physical disabilities. Here, we provide competitive and recreational adaptive sport opportunities throughout Ohio.
ASPO offers ten sports programs in Ohio, and has partnered with the U.S. Olympic Committee to launch Paralympic Sport Ohio.
Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities Giving a voice to parents and children dealing with life's challenges. Need Assistance? Ohio Coalition for Education of Children with Disabilities works with parents to help them obtain the assistance they need. If you need one-to-one assistance, call (740) 382-5452 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
State Support Team 9 The Regional State Support Team mission is to provide regional districts with Leadership, Technical Assitance, and High Quality Professional Development in the service areas of School Improvement, Literacy, Early Learning & School Readiness, and Special Education Compliance. email@example.com
Ohio Department of Education: Active, involved parents are an essential resource for Ohio’s schools in making the most of every child’s educational experience, from pre-kindergarten all the way through high school. This page has information you can use to help guide your child’s education.
Redtreehouse.org is an online community of resources for Ohio families and professionals to help children and young adults (prenatal through age 25) meet daily needs, overcome challenges, and develop their fullest potential. It is also is a link to find out about available training.