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A Canton-based company that provides Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy services in the greater Stark county area.Their goal is to develop and implement a behavioral program that will address specific behavioral issues, provide parent training and offer support and strategies that empower both the child and community around them. Services include: ABA Therapy, family counseling, school consulting Accepts all Ohio insurance plans that include ABA therapy.A non-profit group focused on helping parents and people with high functioning autism.Volunteers serve people in Summit, Stark, Portage, Wayne, Medina and parts of Cuyahoga counties.They have a Facebook page called Berea PEAK (Promoting Education and Advocacy for our Children).Visit the Berea PEAK website or search our Event Calendar for upcoming meeting dates.
Teens in grades 6 - 12 get together with other teens to have fun and discuss your favorite books.
Parents/Family Members, Professionals, General Audience Community Life, Disability Agencies, Early Intervention, Research Organizations, Research Participation Opportunities, Support Groups, Top 10 National Resources, Transition to Adulthood, Webinars & Videos Autism NE is an online parent/ family support and resource network for anyone who has loved ones with autism.
They provide resources, message forums for support, family get togethers, Mom’s Night Out and activities.
Phone: (216) 698-7500Agency: Ohio Department of Health, Cuyahoga County Office of Early Education / Invest in Children and Family and Children First Council Email: [email protected]: Click here » Bright Beginnings is an organization made up of people working to ensure expectant parents and families with young children receive high-quality services during the crucial early years of a child’s life.
Services include: Scheduling home visits that are at a convenient time and place Bringing information in response to your questions or needs Bringing age-appropriate activities and materials for you and your child Conducting developmental screenings and assessments Sharing what you can expect your child to be doing at each stage of development Encouraging and supporting you as a parent and as your child’s most important teacher Connecting you to needed resources and services in the community You do not have to wait for a referral to Bright Beginnings.
The club meets one Thursday a month from 7-8 PM at Centerville Library unless otherwise noted.