A helping hand

. October 29, 2012.
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Down Syndrome Association of Greater Toledo
PO Box 298, Sylvania
419-536-4321
information@dsagt.org
www.dsagt.org

A support group that promotes inclusion, advocacy, awareness, education and parental support to anyone that has a loved one with Down syndrome.

Sensory Learning Center
3454 Oak Alley Court Suite 209
419-578-0057
www.sensorylearning-toledo.com

A 30-day program using light, sound and motion to create new neuro pathways in the brain. Open to people of any age dealing with sensory issues.

Spina Bifida Association of Northwest Ohio
302 Conant St., Suite C, Maumee
419-794-0561
www.sbanwo.org sba@sbanwo.org

Since 1975, the Chapter provides education, information, and financial assistance to children and adults with Spina  Bifida and works to promote its prevention.

RVR Wealth Advisors, LLC
7135 Sylvania Ave. Suite 2B, Sylvania
Phone: 419-824-8200, ext. 100
Fax: 419-824-4222
rvrwealthadvisors.com

Help clients reach their financial goals by establishing strategies to accumulate, conserve, and distribute wealth, therefore creating financial peace of mind.

YWCA Child Care Resource & Referral
1018 Jefferson Ave.
419-255-5519
1-800-632-3052
www.ywca.org

A program to help parents find affordable, quality child care. In addition, YWCA CCR&R serves as a resource for child care providers, employers and policy makers. We are committed to promoting and supporting quality child care. We serve eight counties in northwest Ohio including Lucas, Wood, Ottawa, Fulton, Paulding, Henry, Defiance and Williams.

Great Lakes Collaborative for Autism
2040 W. Central Ave.
419-291-7031
www.greatlakesautism.org

The GLCA enhances the lives of Northwest Ohio families touched by autism by building awareness, offering service provider support through private fundraising and grant opportunities, and fostering community partnerships.

Green Options for Autism of Lucas County
1660 Amesbury Rd.
419-250-0401
www.goautismlucas.com

GOAL provides a day/vocational program for young adults with autism and other developmental disabilities to develop job skills, an entrepreneurial spirit, and self determined job opportunities.

Harbor Behavioral
6629 W. Central Ave.
419-475-4449
www.harbor.org

Offers services such as family medicine, adult day care services for individuals with developmental disabilities, and vocational programs for individuals with barriers to employment.

Sunshine Inc.
7223 Maumee Western Rd., Maumee
419-865-0251
www.sunshineincnwo.com

Sunshine is a non-profit organization that provides services to people with developmental disabilities in Toledo and across northwest Ohio.

Mary Immaculate School
3835 Secor Rd.
419-474-1688
MI-Info@MIToledo.org
www.maryimmaculatetoledo.org

Mary Immaculate School is a unique school for learners who struggle in the traditional school classroom and for those who have specialized learning needs. We offer these students an opportunity for academic success in a Catholic faith-based learning environment.

Lucas County Board of MRDD
1154 Larc Ln.
419-380-5136
www.co.lucas.oh.us

The Lucas County Board of Developmental Disabilities embraces the philosophy of self-determination, an approach for planning individualized services and supports. We will support eligible individuals and their families in developing a vision for their future based on individual strengths, interests and choices.

Mercy Autism Services
3521 Briarfield Blvd., Maumee
419-794-7259
Mercy_Autism@mhsnr.org.

Mercy Autism Services emphasizes evidence-based autism intervention. We are the only program in the Northwest Ohio region that utilizes applied behavior analysis, occupational therapy, speech therapy, as well as the P.L.A.Y. Project as core concepts of the program.

Miss Barb’s Music Studio
3307 N. Holland-Sylvania Rd.
(419) 842 – 8331
missbarbs.yourvirtuoso.com

Kindermusik is an early childhood music and movement program that is guided by a proven methodology combining music and childhood development research. From birth to age seven, your children can experience the magic of music with encouragement and guidance to stretch their boundaries without the pressure to perform.

NAMI of Greater Toledo
2753 West Central Ave.
419-243-1119
www.namitoledo.org

NAMI, The National Alliance on Mental Illness, is a grassroots, family-oriented support, education and advocacy organization. Our goal is to improve the lives of children, adolescents and adults who have mental illness by supporting their families.

Sensational Kids Daycare & Learning Center
6060 Merger Dr., Holland
Phone: 419-724-5434
Fax: 419-724-5435
info@sensationalkidsdaycare.com
www.sensationalkidsdaycare.com/

Sensational Kids offers a quality educational learning center that looks at each child as an individual. We also offer therapy programs from our physical occupational, and speech therapists, who also help to develop our programs in our rooms so that the children are working on their current goals.

Summit Academy
1853 South Ave.
419-385-5730

www.summitacademies.com
Summit Academy Schools are specifically designed for students with ADHD, Asperger’s syndrome and related disorders. Our model uses the “whole child” approach to identify the child’s academic, developmental and emotional levels. The therapeutic-based, safe and nurturing learning environment addresses all facets of the child’s development.

Sunset Retirement Communities
4040 Indian Rd.
www.sunset-communities.org

Sunset Retirement Communities is a not-for-profit, long-term care community. We are committed to providing quality care and services throughout the continuum of independent living, assisted living, memory support, nursing care and Ashanti hospice and palliative care.

Wood Lane Therapy Pool
1921 East Gypsy Lane Rd., Bowling Green
419-352-5115
www.woodlane.us/

Participate in community activities that will help educate and foster understanding and acceptance of persons with developmental disabilities.