After age 18, there are fewer educational opportunities for people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Paul and Terri Hogan of Contemporary Cabinetry East in Blue Ash are trying to close that gap and show other small business owners that including people with disabilities in the workforce is a benefit, not a hindrance, to their bottom line.
Five years ago, Steven Bohman’s grandmother entered Madonna Manor for physical therapy. The 13-year-old had no idea that a ripple effect was set in motion that day, one that would lead him down a path to impact so many.
Stepping Stones’ June Golf Classic netted $80,000 to support programs for children, teens and adults with disabilities. The 16th annual event was held June 12 at O’Bannon Creek Golf Course in Loveland, and welcomed 160 golfers from around the country.
This year marks the 11th annual Hats Off Luncheon presented by Cincinnati Parks Foundation and the Women’s Committee of Smale Riverfront Park. Proceeds support preservation and programming initiatives for future generations to enjoy.
With funding in part from the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati and the Milton and Frances Schloss Special Needs and Services Department, the Mayerson JCC’s inclusion programs have changed the world for kids like Bryce that suffer from the challenges of ADHD
Retired Ophthamologists Volunteer to Operate Free Vision Clinics for Cincinnati’s Underserved
Some of Cincinnati’s poorest have never seen a doctor of any kind, much less an eye doctor. And those suffering from chronic illnesses like diabetes may not realize their eyesight can often be damaged by the disease.