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1 Butler County Board of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities (MRDD) ADDRESS (ES): The Janet Clemmons Center for Young Children and Families 282 N. Fair Ave. Hamilton, OH (513) FAX: (513) SERVICES PROVIDED: PT, OT, SLP, SI, BEHM HEARING /VISION SCREEN: Yes/Yes Services are free to children birth to three years who are determined to be at risk for delay or disability. Birth to adult INDIVIDUAL/GROUP: Yes/Yes SUMMER PGMS/CAMP: Yes Flexible hours to meet the parents needs at various places around the county. SLIDIND FEE: N/A OT, PT, SLP based on family need year-round. Therapist also participate in home visits Birth to three services- Early Intervention Specialist Preschool services Family Focus Family Support Services Adult Services Pg. 4

2 Butler County Help Me Grow ADDRESS (ES)/PHONE: Hamilton Middletown 282 N. Fair Ave Manchester Ave. Hamilton, OH Middletown, OH (513) (513) (800) (877) FAX#: (513) (513) WEB ADDRESS: SERVICES PROVIDED: Home visiting Services Family Support/Parent Mentors Service Coordination Evaluation and Assessment Individual Family Service Plan Development Newborn Home Visits Prenatal Visit Prenatal to age three HOURS: FEE: Flexible hours to meet caregiver needs ne Pg. 5

3 ADDRESS (ES)/ PHONE #: ABC Pediatric Therapy Network 9902 Windisch Rd. West Chester, OH (513) FAX#: (513) SERVICES PROVIDED: PT, OT, SI, Speech Therapy / Up to 18 years Private insurance, Medicaid, BCMH INDIVIDUAL/ GROUP: Yes/Yes SUMMER PGMS/CAMP: Yes 8 A.M. 6:30 P.M. Accepts Family Resources (ARC) vouchers Registration cut offs for summer camp sessions is June 1-camps held in July-call for camp descriptions 20% discounts for payment at time of services. Coupon for free consultation is available through Help Me Grow Pg. 2

4 Abilities First Foundation ADDRESS (ES)/PHONE #: 4710 Timber Trail Dr. Middletown, OH (513) FAX#: (513) PT, OT, AND SLP Yes/Yes Private insurance, Medicaid, BCMH, self-pay Birth to 22 Years INDIVIDUAL/GROUP: SUMMER PGMS/CAMP: Yes/Yes Yes 7:30-5:30 Saturdays Offers a language preschool and daycare Accepts Family Resources (ARC) vouchers. Summer Program Pg. 3

5 Cincinnati Children s Hospital Medical Center ADDRESS (ES)/PHONE#: Main Campus Outpatient Center: 3333 Burnet Ave. 1.) Anderson 2.) Drake Center 3.) Eastgate 4.) Fairfield 5.) Harrison 6.) Mason Cin. OH (513) (513) (513) (513) (513) (513) Phone#: (513) ) West Chester (513) Also in Florence, Ft. Mitchell, and Edgewood KY and also in Middletown, OH (513) (Limited Services) SLP, PT, AND OT HEARING/VISION: Yes/Yes INDIV/GROUP: Private insurance and Medicaid All ages Contact for additional information SUMMER PGMS/CAMP: Contact for additional information Contact for additional information Contact for additional information Division of Developmental Disabilities (on main campus): formerly CCDD for developmental assessments. Main campus: several specialty clinics (Downs Syndrome, Kelly O Leary Center, International Adoption Center, High Risk, Genetics, Perlman Center, etc. Outpatient Centers have OT, PT, Speech Therapy Pg. 8

6 Cincinnati Occupational Therapies Institute (COTI) ADDRESS (ES)/PHONE #: 4440 Carver Woods Dr. 7529A State Rd. Cincinnati, OH Cincinnati, OH (513) (513) Anderson Twp. FAX#: (513) OT, SI / INDIV/GROUP: Limited private insurance and no Medicaid Full range Yes/ SUMMER PGMS/CAMP: Sometimes, call for details 8:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. (Evenings and Saturdays by appointment only) Pg. 9

7 ADDRESS (ES): Comprehensive Concepts in Speech and Hearing, Inc Cincinnati-Columbus Rd. Cincinnati, Ohio (513) FAX#: SLP and Audiology Audiologist screens and evaluates hearing. vision screenings done. INDIV/GROUP: Private insurance, Medicaid and BCMH All Yes (small groups in summer) SUMMER PGMS/CAMP: Call for details MON-FRI (one evening per week, and Audiology on Saturday) Scholarships and Financial Assistance available Accepts Family Resource (ARC)Vouchers Pg. 10

8 Easter Seals of SW Ohio ADDRESS (ES)/PHONE #: 231 Clark Rd. (Several other locations for summer speech camps) Cincinnati, Ohio (513) FAX#: (513) Speech therapy (year round) INDIV/GROUP: Self pay- Easter Seals does not bill insurance but will give papers on how to bill. 18 Months to adult Yes/ SUMMERPGMS/CAMP: Yes, summer speech program 8:00AM- 1:00PM, evenings, after school, and Saturdays at the Anderson location Yes Scholarships and financial assistance available Accepts Family Resources Vouchers Summer speech program: Registration begins April 2003 and ends in May 23, Six-week times per week, ½ hour per session. Cost is $ for full program. Session runs during June and July in several locations Has an equipment loan and repair program. Has a car seat loan program for low-income families. Pg. 11

9 Ft. Hamilton-Hughes Hospital ADDRESS (ES)/PHONE #: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 630 Eaton Ave. Hamilton, OH (513) FAX#: (513) SLP, PT, OT, SI Yes, may refer to ENT for hearing. INDIV/GROUP: Private insurance, Medicaid and BCMH All ages Yes/Yes SUMMER PGMS/CAMP: Sensory and Motor Group only 8:00 5:00 Monday-Friday ( Saturday) Accepts Family Resources (ARC)Vouchers Pg. 12 PROVIDER: Habilitation Services, Inc.

10 ADDRESS (ES)/ PHONE#: 4841 Business Center Way Cincinnati, OH (513) FAX#: (513) SLP, PT, OT, SI INDIV/GROUP: Private Insurance, BCMH ( Medicaid) Birth to 20 yrs. Yes/Yes SUMMER PGMS/CAMP: Yes 8:00 AM- 6:00 PM (Monday Friday) Saturday Accepts Family Resources (ARC)Vouchers Summer program registration begins in May- variety of programs. Pg.. 14 PROVIDER: Hearing Speech & Deaf Center of Greater Cincinnati

11 ADDRESS(ES)/PHONE#: FAX#: West Chester: (513) Cincinnati: (513) Main Office 5900 West Chester Rd Burnett Ave Front Wheel Dr. West Chester, OH Cincinnati, OH Batavia, OH (513) (513) (513) SLP Yes/ INDIV/GROUP: Private insurance, Medicaid, BCMH All Yes/ SUMMPER PGMS/CAMP: Main office provides: Monday Friday (8:00am to 5:00 pm) Saturday Yes (for speech therapy and hearing aids) Community Services for the Deaf and TTD services Sign Language interpretation TTY line: (513) Pg. 15

12 McCullough-Hyde Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Services ADDRESS (ES)/PHONES: Oxford location: McCullough-Hyde Medical Bldg Morning Sun Rd. Oxford, OH (513) FAX#: (513) PT, OT, SLP. / INDIV/GROUP: Private Insurance, Medicaid All Yes/ SUMMER PGMS/CAMP: Monday-Friday (9:00 to 5:00) Saturday Pg. 16

13 Miami University Speech and Hearing Clinic ADDRESS (ES)/PHONE#: FAX: (513) Bachelor Hall Oxford,OH (513) SLP Yes/ INDIV/GROUP: Private Insurance, Medicaid, Self-pay All ages Yes/Yes SUMMER PGMS/CAMP: Yes (speech camp for toddlers) Varies, some evening. Saturday Audiology Clinic- full audiological evaluations and screenings, can fit for hearing aid. Accepts Family Resource (ARC) Vouchers. Pg.. 17

14 Ohio Valley Voices (formerly called Ohio Valley Oral School) Oral education for Deaf and Hearing impaired children only. ADDRESS (ES)/PHONE#: 9994 Zig Zag Rd. Cincinnati, OH (513) FAX#: Education, Speech therapy, audiological services, clinic Audiological testing INDIV/GROUP: 18 Months 8 years School SUMMER PGMS/CAMP: 4 wk summer pgms 8:15-3:00 (3-18 yrs) 8:15-12:00 (18 months- 3 years) Can apply for scholarships Will work with families on financial plan 2:1 student teacher ratio Pg.. 19

15 Oxford Physical Therapy ADDRESS (ES)/PHONE#: 10 rth Locust St. Suite A 3787 Woodridge Blvd. Oxford, OH Fairfield, OH (513) (513) FAX: Oxford : (513) Fairfield: (513) SERVICE: PT only / INDIV/GROUP: Private Insurance, Medicaid All Yes/ SUMMER PGMS/CAMP: Hours/Days: Varies, some evenings (no Saturday) Oxford location generally does not serve pediatric clients. Provides transportation (some rules apply, call for details) Pg. 20

16 Peter A. Towne Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Agency (Towne Therapy) ADDRESS (ES)/PHONE#: 30 Overbrook Dr Eaton Ave. 447 Nilles Rd. # Monarch Ct. # 109 Monroe, OH Hamilton, OH Fairfield, OH West Chester, OH (513) (513) (513) (513) FAX#: (513) PT, OT INDIV/GROUP: Private Insurance All Yes/ SUMMER PGMS/CAMP: Determined from year to year HOUR/DAYS: Monday-Thursday 8:00AM to 7:00 PM Friday- 8:00 AM to 5:00PSaturday 8:00AM to 12:00PM (Hamilton and Fairfield Only) Also has a Baby Development Program: 6 weeks to 1 year Pg. 21

17 St. Rita s School for the Deaf ADDRESS (ES)/PHONE #: 1720 Glendale-Milford Rd. Evendale, OH (513) V/TTY FAX#: (513) Speech Therapy,LOFT Program HEARING/VISION/SCREEN: Audiologist INDIV/GROUP: Private Insurance 6 weeks to 12 th Grade Yes/ SUMMER PGMS/CAMP: Monday-Friday 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM LOFT= Language Opportunity For Tots- Infant-Toddler Daycare available: 6 weeks to 3 years Financial Aid Preschool Program: 3 to 5 years of age. Pg. 23

18 Cincinnati Association for the Blind ADDRESS (ES): 2045 Gilbert Ave. Cincinnati, OH (513) Toll Free: WEB ADDRESS: SERVICES PROVIDED: Functional vision assessment Instuction in the home to assist parents. Advocacy and family support Information and resources for children and families Consultation and collaboration with other service providers Pg. 6

19 Regional Infant Hearing Program ADDRESS (ES): Thomas A Wildey School P.O. Box 8 Owensville, OH (513) TTY: (513) SERVICES PROVIDED: Services are free and voluntary Home visits with a trained educator (auditory training, language enrichment, reading activities) Eligibity: All families that have children with hearing loss age birth through two Deaf mentor service Lending Library Loaner hearing aids and FM Systems Classes, parent meetings, newsletter Pg. 22

20 Nancy T. Gates and Associates, LLC ADDRESS/PHONE: 21 Lynn Ave., Suite 107A Oxford, OH (513) FAX#: (513) SERVICES PROVIDED: Speech Therapy, OT Private insurance, self pay All ages INDIVIDUAL/GROUP: Yes/Only in summer for limited populations. 8 AM to 6 PM, Monday through Friday Accepts family resource (ARC) vouchers. Pg. 13

21 Cincinnati Center for Autism ( A non-profit organization) ADDRESS/PHONE: 200 C Stockton Station Office Park Dr. Fairfield, OH (513) FAX#: (513) SERVICES PROVIDED: Center-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Social skills programs Preschool programs Services are not billed to insurance. 2 years through 17 years. SUMMER PROGRAMS: Yes Accepts Family Resource (ARC) vouchers. Pg. 7

22 Talking Tots, LLC ADDRESS: 6550 Hunting Creek Dr. Middletown, OH (513) ADDRESS: WEB ADDRESS: (as of October 30, 2004) SERVICES PROVIDED: SLP, PT, OT (in-home therapy only) Limited insurances plans currently accepted Birth to 18 years INDIVIDUAL/GROUP: Yes/ Flexible, based on family needs Pg. 24

23 Tri-County Speech Association ADDRESS/PHONE: 430 Ray rrish Dr. Cincinnati, OH (Springdale) (513) FAX#: (513) SERVICES PROVIDED: Speech Therapy Yes-$30.00/ Private insurance, BCMH (Does not accept Medicaid) Approx. 2 years and up INDIVIDUAL/GROUP: Yes/Yes SUMMER PROGRAMS: Yes Monday through Thursday -8:00 AM to 8:00 PM Friday-8:00 AM to 2:00 PM Accepts Family Resource (ARC) vouchers. Pg. 26

24 PROVIIDER: ADDRESS/PHONE#: OASIS Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, LLC 7810 McEwen Rd. Dayton, OH (937) FAX#: (937) Physical Therapy Some private insurance and Medicaid Pg. 18

25 ADDRESS/PHONE#: Therapy Learning Center 986 Belvedere Dr. Lebanon, OH (513) (May be long distance from some parts of Butler County) FAX#: (513) Occupational therapy, Speech and Language therapy. Sensory Learning Program Some private insurance, not yet accepting Medicaid Accepts Family Resource (ARC) vouchers Certified provider through the State of Ohio for the Sensory Learning Program Pg. 25

26 ADDRESS/PHONE#: INSURAN CE: Tri-Therapy Associates, LLC Springfield Pike, Suite A Cincinnati, OH (513) (Fax# is the same) PT, OT, Speech Therapy Some private insurance, Medicaid Pg. 27

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