Activities and Camps

Athletics

  • Special Olympics of Ohio : The mission of Special Olympics Ohio is to provide year-round sports training and competition opportunities for children and adults with intellectual disabilities

Autism Spectrum Disorders

Benefits

Cerebral Palsy

Communication

Down Syndrome

Education

Epilepsy, Seizure Disorder

  • Epilepsy Foundation : Works to prevent, control, and cure Eplepsy through community services; public education; federal and local advocacy; and supporting research into new treatments and therapies
  • American Epilepsy Society : promote interdisciplinary communication, scientific investigation and exchange of clinical information about epilepsy
  • Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Cincinnati and Columbus : Lead the fight to over come the challenges of living with epilepsy and to accelerate therapies to stop seizures, find cures, and save lives
  • Epilepsy Association : Gives services to individuals affected by epilepsy in the Cleveland area

Environmental Modifications

Government Agencies and Programs

Medical Equipment

Mental Health

Miscellaneous

Muscle Diseases

Partners

Residential and Respite Services

Spina Bifida

Support Groups

Therapy

Transition Services

     Education Pathway (High School, Post-Secondary)

     Employment Pathway

  • The Job Accommodations Network (JAN) : leading source of free, expert and confidential guidance on workplace accommodations and disability employment issues; printable resources to help employees and employers discuss accommodations within the business world; opportunity to speak with a representative over the phone or through email to help with individual cases
  • Ohio Employment First : employment and transition resources, best practices within the field, current employment success stories, and review of state laws are embedded within the website; premier website for employment for Ohioans with disabilities  
  • Ohio Career Information System (OCIS) : subscription service offering comprehensive material and resources for career development and planning for users from elementary school to adulthood; includes assessments tolls, occupations and employment data and trend information education, training, resources and links
  • O*Net Online : occupational data including all career clusters; printed reports for occupations work tasks, tools, technology, knowledge, skills, abilities, work activities, work context, education, interest, work styles, work values, related occupations, wage and employment trends, and current job openings
  • Pickaway Jobs : current job postings throughout Pickaway County and surrounding areas; website also lists other resources and workshops available for individuals; geared towards general public
  • Ohio Means Jobs : current job postings throughout the state; lists other resources and workshops available; geared towards general public 
  • AAC Job Hunters : This website has been designed to help people who use Augmentative and Alternative Communication devices obtain employment.
  • Guide for Job Seeker and Workers with a Disability
  • Bridge Funding
  • Office of Disability Employment Policy
  • Resources for Women Enterpreneurs

     Community Pathway

  • AT Ohio : a federally funded nonprofit organization housed at The Ohio State University.  All residents of Ohio can access Assistive Technology resources and even rent equipment for free.  They do offer consultation per individual request.
  • Pickaway-Ross Career and Technology Center : regional hub of adult education, seving Pickaway and Ross Counties.  PRCTC Adult Education programs prepare and enhance individuals within the business world to succeed in their preferred trade or area.  Adults can take specific classes on campus and at different locations.
  • Pickaway County Community Action Organization : involved with Early Head Start, emergency services, home repair maintenance, housing programs, transportation, youth programs, tax support, and a variety of other services.
  • Social Security Administration : federal government's main website for Social Security Administration.  There are specific guidelines regarding enrollment, wage reporting, and other services.

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