Great Lakes Collaborative for Autism brings community agencies that serve individuals with autism together to find and fill service gaps, establish best practices and advocate for families.
Since 1920, the Ability Center has transformed lives of individuals in Northwest Ohio through their program Assistance Dogs Achieving Independence (ADAI).
Cedar Creek Church celebrates faith and fellowship, including a Kids Ministry which encourages children to grow in their faith. Children all learn in different ways and for those with special needs a large group setting might not be a comfortable learning environment. Cedar Creek’s Special Treasures Program encourages children with special needs to learn about
Sports are a great way for people of all ages to get fit, build strength, and develop friendships, but for individuals with disabilities opportunities to participate in sports can sometimes be difficult to find. Fortunately, TOPSoccer gives children and adults who are cognitively, physically, or emotionally challenged the opportunity to play soccer.
The Ability Center works hard to empower individuals with disabilities by teaching skills to help with socializing, working, and living independently. In 2017, The Ability Center’s Community Connections Program was restructured. Renamed the Life Skills Program, there is now a renewed focus on helping youth with disabilities develop employability and independent living skills. Developing skills