Special Needs and Child Advocacy Resources


Toilet training tips for children with special medical needs.
The Perkins Center serves individuals with many types of disabilities that include, but are not limited to, learning disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorders, traumatic brain injury, intellectual  disability, deaf/hard of hearing, and physical disabilities.  The Center currently operates several programs and services that enable consumers to achieve their vocational goals.  
The Centers for Disease Control website which has helpful information for caregivers of special needs patients.
A non-profit legal service center protecting the rights of children.
A repository of information and resources at the local, regional, and national level.
Free or discounted legal aid on a variety of issues affecting families in Southwest Ohio.
Assistance with finding resources such as respite care and waiver services.
Attorneys dedicated to advocating for individuals with special needs.
A non-profit to help individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities reach their full potential.
This website has resources for families, researches, and practitioners caring for patients with special needs.