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Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Online Care Notebook  Use this resource to create an online binder for school and medical information.  Many Health Summary forms can be downloaded as well.

OCALI (Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence) is offering a webstream session on the Third Thursday of each month for families of children with disabilities. All sessions will be archived for your convenience. On December 15, 2016 beginning at 6:30 pm the topic will be Grandparents: How They Can Help Families with ASD. Go to the OCALI Family Center website for complete details and to view archived sessions.  See the OCALI Third Thursday flyer for more information.

Raising a Family Can Be Tough!  Check out the new state-wide RedTreeHouse website.  This website has parent information, resource material from hundreds of organization, a list of agencies and organizations throughout the state, and a statewide calendar of workshops, webinars and conferences.  As an added feature, the website will send you updates about new website information (on topics you select), the first of every month.

Need assistance and you do not know where to turn to find help.  Montgomery County Human Services has issued a "No Wrong Door" reference guide.  Follow the link for more information and to view the reference guide online.  No Wrong Door

The Resiliency Ohio website promotes mental wellness for all youth and their families.  The website was created by Resiliency Leadership Ohio, with support from the Center for Innovative Practices, the Ohio Fed. for Children's Mental Health, and the Ohio Dept. of Mental Health:

The LD Navigator (NCLD)                              

The Ohio Department of Education

The Ohio Developmental Disabilities Council has published a Handbook for Estate Planning.  Use the following link for access.

The Disability Foundation has information about setting up Trusts for children with Special Needs.  

Book Share provides accessible electronic books and materials to individuals with legally qualifying disabilities Free student memberships are currently funded by an award from the U.S. Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP).  Follow the Book Share link below for membership information.

Book Share                                                             

LearningAlly, formally RFB&D(Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic) offers free recorded books for students with a certified Print Disability.  Follow the LearningAlly link below for free individual membership information.


Dyslexia Help at the University of Michigan         

Dr. Rick Lavoie                                                           

Dr. Russell Barkley (ADHD)                                     

       (online lectures)                                                  

Dr. Thomas E. Brown (ADHD)                                 

Dr. Philip DeMio (Autism)                                         

4C For Children                                                          

Family Voices                                                             

 Miami Valley Regional center                                      

 Ohio Department of Education Resources                      

 One Place for Special Needs                                     

 Miami Valley Down Syndrome Association                

 Disability Rights - Transition                                         


Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence ( OCALI )

Ohio's Interagency Work Group on Autism ( IWGA )

Autism Speaks                                                              

Association for Science in Autism Treatment           

National Autism Center (NAC) Resources for Families

Sesame Street Autism Resources for Parents

CDC Autism Links 

Accommodation Resources for Students with ASD

Teaching Tips from Temple Grandin

Operation Autism for Military Families

Estate Planning for Parents of a child with ASD

Tips for Shopping with Loved Ones with Sensory Issues

Spectrum Careers - Job Seekers with Autism

The Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC) and the Office of Autism Research Coordination (OARC) have released the IACC Strategic Plan for ASD Research 2013 Update


NAMI Montgomery County                                                     


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