With support from the Center for Autism Related Disorders (CARD), Chuck E. Cheese’s will offer Sensory Sensitive Sundays on the first Sunday of each month.
Lucas County’s newest park, Howard Marsh Metropark, opened at the end of April. Previously a working farm, the park property was purchased by the Metroparks with two partners, The Ohio Division of Wildlife and the Clean Ohio Fund, in 2008 for $6 million.
a local program called TOPSoccer offers young athletes with cognitive, physical and/or emotional challenges the chance to play.
A Toledoan was named as an Ohio semifinalist for the 2018 Ohio National Geographic State Bee. Sarah Boellner, 8th grader at St. Joan of Arc Catholic School, was one of only 100 Ohio fourth through eighth graders chosen by the National Geographic Society to compete in their annual spelling bee.
Let this summer be a chance for your child to enhance their phonic, fluency, reading comprehension, textbook, and speed reading skills during the Case Western Reserve University Summer Reading Skills Program, offered in Perrysburg and Toledo.
As part of their Social Living Club (SLC), Bittersweet Inc. is
partnering with Bowlero Lanes (4398 Monroe St.) for a six week bowling league for teens with autism. Teens will learn bowling basics, including sportsmanship, conversational skills, and social skills.