• Workshops and Events in the Cincinnati area:

    UCCEDD Guide to Interacting with Police

    The UCCEDD is excited to share their new resource: A Guide for Interacting with Police for individuals with disabilities. Use this link to access the guide:

    https://www.ucucedd.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/PWD-and-the-police-FA-WEB.pdf

    Please share this with your networks.

    Thank you and stay safe!

    Erica Coleman, MS, CHES, TTS

    University of Cincinnati Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCCEDD)


    Spread the word 

    Trunk or treat flyer

     

    *This resource has been sent by the Regional Autism Advisory Council (RAAC).  RAAC may not be involved in this event or training.  For questions about the event listed above, please note the contact involved and reach out to them. 

    *Looking for other events and trainings?  Check out this folder of flyers! http://bit.ly/RAACflyers

    *Please feel free to share this link with others. 


    Retirement Planning: When your family member with a disability needs long-term support

    Wednesday, November 4, 6-7 PM

    Please RSVP at hamiltondds.org/retirement     Webinar login information will be shared in advance

    Retirement planning for single parents or couples, can be challenging in itself. Including the future needs of a daily member with a disability multiplies the complexity.  This session will provide the basic information on how to incorporate the needs of the person with a disability into the overall retirement plan.  the presentation will include stories and examples outlining key elements of successful retirement planning for families who have a loved one with special needs and offer an opportunity for questions and discussions.

     

    Click here to view/print the flyer

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    *This resource has been sent by the Regional Autism Advisory Council (RAAC).  RAAC may not be involved in this event or training.  For questions about the event listed above, please note the contact involved and reach out to them. 

    *Looking for other events and trainings?  Check out this folder of flyers! http://bit.ly/RAACflyers

    *Please feel free to share this link with others. 

    *Have something to add? Please feel free to share your event too!  Email your PDF flyer to anne.tapia@cchmc.org.

     


    easterseals logo

    Easterseals serving Greater Cincinnati has launched a brand new program on Cincinnati’s west side to serve transition-age youth (age 18-25) with a developmental or intellectual disability who are transitioning from school-based services into adulthood!

    I’ve attached an informational flyer with more details about the program, eligibility, location, and funding options. We are thrilled to offer this new opportunity for youth and young adults!

    I encourage you to SHARE this widely with anyone who may benefit from this program, and I’ll gladly answer any additional questions.    

    My cell number is 513-827-1088 to call or text.

    Please reach out with questions or feel free to refer families directly to me.

     

    Click here to view/print the flyer

    Thanks!

    Cindy Aardema

    Community & Family Engagement Coordinator

    Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati

    p:  513-386-6807     c:  513-827-1088

    a:  2901 Gilbert Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45206

    w:  EastersealsGC.org e:  caardema@eastersealsgc.org

     

     
    Education Advocacy During COVID-19
     
    Stephanie Moes, Senior Attorney
    Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati
     
    Tuesday, October 20, 2020
    2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
     
    Please join us for this Zoom Training Event!
     
    Use the button below for additional information.

    Click here to Register for Education Advocacy

     
    Mooney Book Club- Normal Sucks: How to Live, Learn, and Thrive, Outside the Lines by Jonathan Mooney
    When
    Thursday, October 22, 2020 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM EDT
    Add to Calendar
     

    Where
    Virtual- Zoom information to follow


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    Upcoming Events

    Pre-Recorded Workshop- Executive Function and ADHD: Establishing Positive Behaviors at Home

    Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at 12:00 PM EDT -to- Tuesday, March 16, 2021 at 12:00 PM EDT

    This program addresses how to develop routines that support the development of executive function skills. Strategies such as: giving effective directions, setting up a daily schedule, checklists and motivating your student will be addressed. The program emphasizes practical strategies that you can begin using tomorrow.

    Virtual via Vimeo

    Dear Springer Community,

    We are excited to present the second session of our inaugural book club featuring Jonathan Mooney's newest book, Normal Sucks: How to Live, Learn, and Thrive Outside the Lines, with Center Director, Lisa Bruns and Director of Learning Programs, Carmen Mendoza.

    Join us as we explore another of Jonathan Mooney's best selling books Normal Sucks: How to Live, Learn, and Thrive Outside the Lines. Members will have the opportunity to share their reflections on Jonathan's challenge for all of us to rethink the idea of "normal".

    We hope you will attend! See registration information below.

     
    Let us know if you have any questions about the event or registration.

    Thank you for your attention and response, we look forward to discussing Jonathan's book with you!
     
    Sincerely,
     
    Lisa Bruns, Center Director
    Springer School and Center
    513-871-6080 x404

    ALL FLYERS CAN BE ACCESSED HERE (photos and PDFs available) without creating an account. 

    https://bit.ly/DDBPflyers is another way to access our files in Dropbox.  App is available for free.

    All events have flyers unless identified otherwise. Next newsletter: OCT 19

    Family support questions and requests should be emailed to ddbpfamilysupport@cchmc.org . A member of our Family Support Team (FST) will contact you as soon as possible.

    “Extra Editions” may be sent throughout the year as needed. 

    New items, edits, and web links are in blue.

    ALL FLYERS can be accessed through flyer link.

     

    CINCINNATI CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL NEWS, EVENTS, AND SERVICES

    OCT 13, 20, 27 and Nov 3, 10: UCCEDD LEND Caring for Children and Youth with Developmental Disabilities (6-8 pm; online except November 3 in in-person at MOB or the DDBP Building, 5th floor)

    Cost: $25 and must register through link on flyer

    Who: students currently enrolled in 9th grade through graduate school interested in caring for/babysitting children/youth with DD

    Event Brief: see flyer for details.  Masks will be required and social distancing will be maintained during the “live” class or in-person session.


    OHIO FAMILY TO FAMILY would like your input!

    Ohio Family 2 Family is offering a 4 part workshop called "The Art of Thriving While Caregiving." As the workshop does require a significant time commitment (eight hours over four 2-hour sessions), I am trying to ascertain the best days/times for people potentially interested in participating. Please follow the link below to take the survey.

    http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07eha9jadokek817h7/a011ukfpp3ms0/greeting

    Thank you very much for participating. I hope I will soon be able to have you as a participant in "The Art of Thriving While Caregiving."

    Marion Cosgrove Rauch

    University of Cincinnati UCEDD/Ohio F2F


    UCCEDD Guide to Interacting with Police

    The UCCEDD is excited to share their new resource: A Guide for Interacting with Police for individuals with disabilities. Use this link to access the guide:

    https://www.ucucedd.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/PWD-and-the-police-FA-WEB.pdf

    Please share this with your networks.

    Thank you and stay safe!

    Erica Coleman, MS, CHES, TTS

    University of Cincinnati Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCCEDD)

    Reminders!

    • DDBP OUTREACH and the UCCEDD/LEND Back to School Supports are posted under the file “2020 DDBP Outreach and UCCEDD Back To School Supports” in Dropbox or visit https://www.ucucedd.org/covid-19-info/
    • DDBP OUTREACH Virtual Series: video recordings and shared resources available on our webpage, Facebook page, and our Dropbox under file called “2020 DDBP Outreach Virtual Series”.
    • AUTISM SPECTRUM and DOWN SYNDROME RESEARCH STUDIES now enrolling! All flyers in Dropbox.
    • OCT 8: UCEDD Virtual Q & A Sessions “Special Education, School, and COVID-19” (starts at 6:30pm; online using ZOOM) registration required; FREE
    • OCT 20: UCEDD Transition Bootcamp Booster “Puberty, Relationships, Sexuality, and General Safety” (6-8pm; online using ZOOM) registration required; FREE
    • OCT 26: DDBP OUTREACH “Understanding Behavior” (6-8pm; online using ZOOM) registration required; $10 per family
    • NOV 5 and NOV 12:  DDBP OUTREACH Toilet Training Class for Caregivers (9am-12pm each day; online using ZOOM) registration required and closes on October 29; $10 per family

    COMMUNITY AND GREATER CINCINNATI ACCESS AND INCLUSION NETWORK (GCAIN) ACTIVITIES

     

    The Cincinnati Art Museum strives for inclusivity by increasing accessibility to its collection, programming and resources. The museum seeks to eliminate barriers by accommodating the individual needs of all visitors.
    We want to know what we can do better.

    We want to hear from individuals who have disabilities and their care partners to improve your museum visit. Please consider attending one of our hour-long virtual listening sessions, led by an outside evaluator, on the following dates and times: 

    Tuesday October 20th at 7pm
    Wednesday October 21st at 10am
    Thursday October 22nd at 7am

    We need your help answering these questions:   

    • Do you feel welcome at the Cincinnati Art Museum?   
    • If yes, what makes you feel welcome at the museum? 
    • If you don’t feel welcome at the museum, what can we improve for you to enjoy the exhibitions, increase access around the museum, and do what you need to do during your visit? 

    If you are an individual with a disability, or a caregiver of an individual with a disability, please consider joining us. To sign up for one of our listening sessions, click here. For more information, or to register by phone, contact Mary Ann at maryann@epiphanycommunityservices.com or call 513. 639.2901.

    Thank you so much for your time and any feedback you are willing to provide!
    Warmly,

    The Cincinnati Art Museum Accessibility Committee


    Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati Support and Social Groups (ASGC)

    • Parent Support Group Online (Tuesdays ONLY, 7-8 pm)
    • Facebook Groups for Parents/Caregivers (different groups based upon age of child with ASD)
    • Kids Experiencing Fun (Saturdays, 9-10am; online)
    • Teen Hangout Online (Fridays, 5:30-7pm)
    • Adults with Autism Support Groups Online (Sundays, 6:30-8:00 pm)
    • Adults with Autism Friday Fun Night Online (Fridays, starts at 7:30 pm)
    • Professionals Support Group Online (Fridays, 11am-12:30pm)

     


    Looking for some social connection in your community? Wondering how you even do that? Come learn with us (and hopefully make some new friends in the process)!
    Want to get a sense of what this workshop is about? Check out The Melnyk-Clement Family about their project for their community in Cincinnati.

    Interested? Here’s the details:

    OFN and Milestones present:
    Families at the Center of a Connected Community
    October 8, 15 and 22 from 7-9 PM
    Workshop Presenters: Candice Jones-Peelman (Executive Director), Tim Vogt (Director of Mission and Scale),  and Bridget Vogt (Learning Network)
    Register for this event
    If you already have a log in, go here

    Join us each week as we connect and learn to build deeper connections in our local communities.

    For more information, contact: Belinda Saldana at bsaldana@milestones.org

    We look forward to seeing you there!

    4853 Galaxy Parkway, Suite A

    Warrensville Heights, OH 44128

    P 216.464.7600 │ F 216.464.7602

    milestones.org

     

    Milestones Autism Resources does not endorse or recommend any providers, methodologies, or services from any of the groups, agencies or companies listed. We urge you to make independent judgment when selecting a professional to assist you.


    Hamilton County Developmental Disabilities Service

    Click here to view/print the Reflections Newsletter September 2020 issue


    I am excited to share We Rock the Spectrum's Fall Camp Program. This program is designed for children enrolled in virtual learning for the school year. WRTS Cincinnati will be offering a clean and safe environment for children to complete their remote learning. Children will bring their laptops and headphones and will be socially distanced in groups by their grade level. This program will not only give students the ability to complete their learning but also participate in arts and crafts and have recess in the Kids Gym. There will be a tutor on-site to assist with learning as needed. Please feel free to pass along this flier and interest form to those in your communities. I am also adding a direct link to the Facebook post. Please contact Info@werockthespectrumcincinnati.com  if you have any questions! Thank you!! 

    https://www.facebook.com/100697624743555/posts/188263139320336/?d=n

    Interest Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSebCSa_fR0wj2d03ldWg3FtrUo5MQFFrrjpUI25mqG2C-wv_w/viewform?fbclid=IwAR2D7EygUlYnfIWFRuA8SCMvzwR7XjcxGGqz_IrLpXHjxiUiX28oryqVyXc

    We Rock the Spectrum Kids Gym "For All Kids"-Cincinnati

    4060 East Galbraith Rd. Unit 17

    Cincinnati, Ohio 45236

    www.werockthespectrumcincinnati.com

    www.facebook.com/wrtscincinnati 

    www.wrtsfranchise.com

    www.mybrotherrocksthespectrumfoundation.com


    Consider participating in this research opportunity! Please share with others who may be interested!

     

    Reminders!

    • DDBP OUTREACH and the UCCEDD/LEND Back to School Supports are posted under the file “2020 DDBP Outreach and UCCEDD Back To School Supports” in Dropbox or visit https://www.ucucedd.org/covid-19-info/
    • DDBP OUTREACH Virtual Series: video recordings and shared resources available on our webpage, Facebook page, and our Dropbox under file called “2020 DDBP Outreach Virtual Series”.
    • AUTISM SPECTRUM and DOWN SYNDROME RESEARCH STUDIES now enrolling! All flyers in Dropbox.
    • NOV 5 and NOV 12:  DDBP OUTREACH Toilet Training Class for Caregivers (9am-12pm each day; online using ZOOM) registration required and closes on October 29; $10 per family

    COMMUNITY AND GREATER CINCINNATI ACCESS AND INCLUSION NETWORK (GCAIN) ACTIVITIES

    OCT 3 – DEC 19: ASGC Kids Experiencing Fun (9-10 am; online)

    FREE but must sign up or RSVP through the link on the flyer.

    For: children in preschool and elementary school. Children under 18 are allowed to attend if developmentally appropriate.

    Event Brief:  new vision and structure for the preschool and school age social groups. They’ve been combined.  In partnership with some of Cincinnati region’s best autism youth service providers, this program offers kids and parents a variety of fun activities with others in a safe online environment.

    Reminders! 

    Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati Support and Social Groups (ASGC)

    • Parent Support Group Online (Tuesdays ONLY, 7-8 pm)
    • Facebook Groups for Parents/Caregivers (different groups based upon the age of the child with ASD)
    • Teen Hangout Online (Fridays, 5:30-7 pm)
    • Adults with Autism Support Groups Online (Sundays, 6:30-8:00 pm)
    • Adults with Autism Friday Fun Night Online (Fridays, starts at 7:30 pm)
    • Professionals Support Group Online (Fridays, 11 am-12:30 pm)

    One of our Greater Cincinnati Access and Inclusion Network (GCAIN) community partners would like YOUR feedback!

    The Cincinnati Art Museum strives for inclusivity by increasing accessibility to its collection, programming, and resources. The museum seeks to eliminate barriers by accommodating the individual needs of all visitors.  See the flyer for information and discover the multiple ways you can participate!

    Amy Turner-Iannacci
    Family Outreach Associate and Family Advisory Council (FAC) Staff Liaison
    Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics (DDBP)


    The next Virtual Family Q&A Session is coming up on Thursday, October 8 at 6:30 pm. This is a facilitated, open format event where we focus on your child's Special Education Services and school experiences.

    More information and registration details

     


    Do you know a teenager or young adult with an intellectual or developmental disability who is interested in college? 

    If so, the Transition & Access Program (TAP) at UC will be hosting several virtual information sessions in the coming weeks.  Please sign up to learn more or feel free to pass along to those interested.

    Chat with TAP Ambassadors:  Register Here

    10/22 at 6:30 PM

    Thank you!

    ~The ATS Team

    CEES--IMPACT--TAP

    Visit our website to learn more about these life-changing programs or email us at ats@uc.edu.

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    *This resource has been sent by the Regional Autism Advisory Council (RAAC).  RAAC may not be involved in this event or training.  For questions about the event listed above, please note the contact involved and reach out to them. 

    *Looking for other events and trainings?  Check out this folder of flyers! http://bit.ly/RAACflyers

    *Please feel free to share this link with others. 

    *Have something to add? Please feel free to share your event too!  Email your PDF flyer to anne.tapia@cchmc.org.

    *Please note, the inclusion of flyers is not an endorsement or promotion of any particular agency or event. 


    Cincinnati Area Transition Booster Sessions 2020

     

    Booster sessions are intended to provide information on the transition from school to adult life for youth with disabilities. Families, individuals with disabilities, educators, and other professionals are invited to attend these sessions at no cost.

    All Sessions are from 6:00 - 8:00 PM.

     
     
     
     

    OCT

    20

    Puberty, Relationships, Sexuality, and General Safety

    In this session, we will discuss the rationale for providing comprehensive health and sex education to exceptional learners, review some current research and facts related to relationships, sexuality and safety, share our experiences in teaching health and sex education concepts to young adults and adults with DD and discuss available curriculums and resources.

    Speakers: Amanda Tipkemper, HEIDT Center of Excellence & TJ Nestheide, HCDDS

    Register Online: http://bit.ly/38hkUTh

     
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    Universal Support Materials
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    The Essential ETR
The Essential School-Aged IEP
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    Evaluation Team Report (ETR)
Part 1: Referral and Planning
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    This is a survey for families of school-aged children (ages 6-22) with intellectual or developmental disabilities that we created in response to rapidly changing circumstances due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Your families’ input about their experiences during this time is vital for practitioners, educators, and others to understand how we can better support them. We are asking families to complete this survey at three-time points (once every 2 months). Families who complete the survey will be entered into a lottery and will be eligible to win a $20 Amazon gift card at each time point.

    Please note, our survey is currently only offered in English, but we will be getting out a Spanish translated survey within the next few weeks. We will follow up when the Spanish-translated survey is available.

    Thank you so much for your help on this. Please feel free to reach out if you have any follow-up questions.

    TAKE OUR SURVEY ON FAMILIES' EXPERIENCES DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC! 

    • Are you a biological parent, stepparent, adoptive parent, foster parent, friend or family member with caregiving responsibilities? 
    • DO YOU LIVE WITH A SCHOOL-AGED CHILD BETWEEN THE AGES OF 6 AND 22WITH AN INTELLECTUAL ORDEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY(I/DD)?
    • Are you interested to sharing about your experiences during this unique time?

    If you answered YES to the above questions, please participate in our study by taking a short survey online at three time points (once every 2 months). Your survey responses MATTER. They will help us determine how to support families during this crisis. You will also be entered into a raffle to win a $20 Amazon gift card each time you take the survey.

    Click on the link below to answer questions about your home life, work-life, and health/well- being.

     
          Have questions about this research study?  No problem!  Feel free to contact
          Dr. Margaret Rosencrons atMargaret.rosencrans@osumc.edu 
     

    CLICK HERE TO TAKE SURVEY

    If you do not want to receive emails from OCECD, please email me at kellyb@ocecd.org with the email where you receive them. Thanks, Kelly Buerger, Web Support 


     
     
     

    Quick Reads

    Raising Expectation and Addressing Inequities in Edtech:  Technology and art teacher Mary Beth Hertz calls on educators to ask themselves key equity questions when considering edtech tools to adopt for digital teaching this fall.


    In the News

    Reopening America Won't Fix the Digital Divide Picking up on a Digital Promise webinar featuring President and CEO Karen Cator with Education Trust President and CEO John King, Jr., and Broward County Superintendent Robert Runcie, Lifewire reports on the digital inequities "laid bare" by COVID-19.

    “The stark reality is that this is really an equity crisis for the country. Distance learning has both revealed and exacerbated long-standing inequities,” said former Education Secretary under Barack Obama, John B. King Jr., during a recent online conversation hosted by Digital Promise President and CEO Karen Cator. 

    Listen to the webinar here.

                                              

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    Partnerships at Work 

    Building a national coalition of white education co-conspirators

    In a powerful piece, Black Educators Need White Co-conspirators to Combat Racism In Schools and Empower Our Students To Succeed, Kim Smith, executive director of Digital Promise's League of Innovative Schools, writes:  "System transformation resides in the privilege afforded to white leaders, from policymakers to nonprofit executives to superintendents who may have the best intentions but rarely achieve equitable results. Hence, the need for co-conspirators."

    Her call to action? Build a national coalition of white education co-conspirators who are willing to use their privilege to catalyze anti-racist actions in partnership, advocacy, and support of Black leaders, with the goal of creating the conditions for Black students to thrive.

    Sign up here. 

     


     



    Do you know a child who has difficulty responding to life's challenges?  Struggle with stress or anxiety?  Act out in response to changes in the environment or unwanted demands?  If so, AIM could help!
     
    The University of Cincinnati's Advancement & Transition Services (ATS) is offering a 6-week AIM Clinic for children ages 11-14.  AIM is a behavior analytic curriculum for social-emotional development in children. It blends best practice in behavior analysis, mindfulness and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to teach practical solutions for meeting life’s challenges with flexible thinking.
     
    Please click here to view/print the flyer for more information and also how to apply.  Please feel free to reply to this email with any questions.
     
    ~The ATS Team
     
    CEES--IMPACT--TAP
    Visit our website to learn more about these life-changing programs or email us at ats@uc.edu.
     

     
     

    Does your child need additional behavioral supports to participate effectively in a virtual program? 

    We've heard this all too much over the past month, so we are taking action!  Beyond Words has partnered with Accessing Abilities to offer this additional ABA support with some of our most popular virtual classes, as well as our individual music therapy lessons.

    Click here to view our flyer with more information.
    Click here to register for any of these virtual programs.

     

    Truth bomb... COVID-19 has taken a huge hit on Beyond Words.  Within two weeks of closing our studio doors, we rebuilt our programs into virtual mediums and are constantly adapting to the ever-changing needs of our students.  If you believe in what we are doing and have the means to give back - it would mean a lot to the employees and families.  Even if it is $1.  Seriously, every little bit helps small business like ours survive.  Thank you in advance for your support!

     
     

     Parenting Autism Summit flyer


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    CINCINNATI CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL NEWS, EVENTS, AND SERVICES

    ALL FLYERS CAN BE ACCESSED HERE (photos and PDFs available) without creating an account. 

    https://bit.ly/DDBPflyers is another way to access our files in Dropbox.  App is available for free.

    All events have flyers unless identified otherwise. 

    Family support questions and requests should be emailed to ddbpfamilysupport@cchmc.org . 

    A member of our Family Support Team (FST) will contact you as soon as possible.

     

    OCT 26: DDBP OUTREACH “Understanding Behavior” (6-8pm; online using ZOOM)

    $10 per family but must register

    For: parents/caregivers of children with developmental disabilities

    Event Brief: understand the function or reason challenging behaviors may occur. Learn how to manage challenging behaviors and encourage cooperation, compliance, and positive family interactions.

     

    ACT EARLY OHIO seeking FAMILY ADVISOR, PHYSICIAN ADVISOR, and SOCIAL MEDIA INFLUENCER         

    3 separate flyers; please read carefully

    Act Early Ohio connects caregivers to materials to promote health, growth and development of children birth to 5.

    For more information: actearlyohio@cchmc.org

    Follow on Facebook and Instagram @ACTEARLYOHIO


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    We have developed a new brochure: "A Guide to Interacting with Police for Individuals with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities"

    People with intellectual, cognitive or developmental disabilities get involved as both victims and suspects/offenders with law enforcement and with the criminal justice system. The police are ready to help in many different ways to help us feel safe.  Find the brochure here

    If you are interested in receiving printed copies of these materials please contact Erica Coleman at Erica.Coleman@cchmc.org. Please note limited quantities are available.