Resources for Parents

The following resources are available to students to provide supplemental assistance or extended school year programs:

Hope Learning Academy 2016-17 Annual Report: Click link for a .pdf file of the annual report

2016-2017 Annual Report (Part 1)(VHQO)(HopeLearniAcademToledo)

Ability Center of Greater Toledo: Information and referral, advocacy, independent living skills training, peer support, personal assistance coordination, and summer programs.
5605 Monroe Street
Sylvania, Ohio 43560

Autism Society of Northwest Ohio: Information and referral, education, materials, support groups, workshops, and lecture series. Also provides private 6 week extended school year program.
6629 West Central, Suite 1
Toledo, Ohio 43617

Capable Kids: Uses applied behavior analysis with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental disabilities to address comprehensive learning needs and social skills in children age 2 through school age. Provides home-based services, classroom consultation, intensive full day program and after school program.
2728 N Holland-Sylvania
Toledo, Ohio 43615

College Credit Plus: Ohio’s College Credit Plus can help you earn college and high school credits at the same time by taking college courses from community colleges or universities. The purpose of this program is to promote rigorous academic pursuits and to provide a wide variety of options to college-ready students.

Double Arc: Serves children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and their families through education, intervention and advocacy. Classes for parents, social skills classes for children ages 9-11 years old and teens age 13-17 years old, workshops and trainings for parents and professionals, social service providers, medical and allied professionals, parent support groups, and consultation.
3837 Secor Road
Toledo, Ohio 43623

Huntington Learning Center: Offers tutoring in most subjects, study skills training, test prep, high school entrance exam prep and college entrance exam prep.
6638 Centers Drive, Spring Meadows
Holland, Ohio 43528
visit website for phone information)

Lucas County Board of Developmental Disabilities: Information and referral, Early Intervention Program for children ages 0-3 years old who have a disability or development delay or risk of, family and community supports, vocational and educational placement, family resource services.
1154 Larc Lane
Toledo, Ohio 43614

Mercy Autism Services: Offers fleible intensive and comprehensive intervention programs that are individualized and custom tailored to each child’s and family specific needs in an individual and/or small group basis, and can be provided in the clinic, or in a home/community setting. Speech therapy, occupational therapy, feeding therapy, applied behavior analysis, PLAY project, and social skills groups.
3521 Briarfiled Blvd. Suite C
Maumee, Ohio 43537

Mercy Pediatric Therapy: Many treatment options and interventions including speech, occupational, and physical therapy.
3930 Sunforest Ct., Suite 200
Toledo, Ohio 43623

Northwest Ohio Speech, Language and Rehabilitation: Provides occupational, physical and speech therapy as well as rehabilitation and other therapies. Provides outpatient and in home services.
3450 W. Central Ave, Suite 336
Toledo, Ohio 43606

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Rehab Dynamics: Physical, speech and occupational therapy and evaluations. Specialty programs include: sensory integration/sensory processing evaluations and treatment programs, floor time/ K.I.R. programs, therapeutic listening, interactive metronome, splinting/casting, augmantative communications, year round small group programs focusing on engagement, social skills, and fine motor/gross motor development. Summer programs for children ages 2-15 years old.

3160 Central Park West
Toledo, Ohio 43617

Self Reliance Center: After school/school break program for teens and young adults ages 12-22 years with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Focusing on daily living, social, independence, and vocational skills as well as recreational activities.
2040 West Central Ave.
Toledo, Ohio 43606
419-450-1298 or 419-291-7020

Serenity Farms Equestrian Center: Offering couseling services, educational field trips and therapeutic horseback riding services. Horseback riding has been proven to be therapeutic for many people, especially those with a disability (learning or developmental)
21870 Lemoyne Road
Luckey, Ohio 43443

Sylvan Learning Center of Lucas County: Provides tutoring in reading, writing, and math. Also provides study skills training, help with homework, state test prep, and college entrance exam prep.
7131 Spring Meadows Drive W, Suite E
Holland, Ohio 43528

The iTalk Autism Foundation: Grants iOS devices to children ages 0-22 years with an Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis. Educate parents and other family members, teachers, therapists, and caregivers of children with special healthcare needs on the many benefits and opportunitites available with interactive technology.
2040 W. Central Ave.
Toledo, Ohio 43606

Toledo Hearing and Speech Center: Evaluations for speech, hearing and occupational therapies for children. Provides speech therapy, occupational therapy, summer speech and OT programs, therapeutic listening program and sensory integration therapy for children. Applied Behavioral Analysis Autism program for children 2 years and up focuding on language, play, social, academic, and motor deficits.
3148 W. Central Ave.
Toledo, Ohio 43606

University of Toledo Perceptual Motor Development Program: Designed for children and youth with special needs from 12 months through 18 years, having physical, cognitive, emotional or social difficulties. Two 12-week sessions during the academic year. Utilizes the gymnasium and pool complex, a physical fitness training room and a fine and gross motor activity room.
The University of Toledo Health and Fitness Center, Room 119
Toledo, Ohio 43606




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