Abilities First

Danielle - Therapist

Danielle Danielle received a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from the Mount St. Joseph (MSJ) University in 2003 and her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from MSJ in 2008. She was certified as a Pediatric Clinical Specialist by the American Physical Therapy Association in 2012 and is certified in the use of the Therasuit and Universal Exercise Unit (UEU). Prior to joining the Abilities First Therapy Team in 2014, Danielle worked at Good Samaritan Hospital in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and high risk follow-up program.

Lynne - Therapist

Lynn therapistLynne received her Bachelor of Science degree in Allied Medical professions and Certificate in Physical Therapy from The Ohio State University. She has specialized in working with children since graduating from college and joined Abilities First having worked at Cincinnati Children's Hospital for 15 years.

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About Us

From birth through life, Abilities First of Middletown and Franklin, Ohio provides a broad array of individual and group programs for children and adults with disabilities.  

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Services for Children

Potential is Made Possible through our coordinated services - Autism Learning Center, Free Therapy Screenings, Pediatric Therapies, and Integrated Early Childhood Learning.

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Services for Adults

Adult independent living skills are an important aspect of creating a fulfilling life. Our residential and adult day programs provide a place of security, acceptance and a sense of belonging.

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We need YOU to help support local children and adults with disabilities. Donate to our mission, volunteer at one of our locations or special events, advocate for people with disabilities.