Parent Mentors, parents of special needs kids helping other special needs parents, are available throughout the State of Ohio. Their services are always 100% free to families.
When you have a child with a disability, it is important to understand how special education works so that you make sure your child gets the services he or she needs.
Part 2 in a series about preparing students with disabilities for college
Learn what a “504 plan” is and how to prepare for it to help your child succeed in the classroom.
This guide will help families understand how their rights may differ in private school from public school and how to make the best choice for their child.
There is no single education environment that works best for all children. This guide is a general overview of Ohio's educational options.
Respite care is a system of planned or unplanned temporary relief for caregivers of a family member who is ill or has special needs.
A crucial step for youth to take for a fresh start is to clear their juvenile record.
Ohio has no shortage of camps, facilities and programs to meet the varied interests and needs of our children and families.
Understanding Medicaid can be difficult and confusing, but Red Treehouse can help with answers to questions.
Early Intervention focuses on services for children from birth until they turn 3.
It’s never too early to start preparing for life after high school, and students with disabilities shouldn’t feel left out of that.