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ABILITIESFIRST

Potential Made Possible

4710 Timber Trail Drive
Middletown, Ohio 45044

Autism Learning Center's End of Summer Party

shaboomThe Autism Learning Center is enrolling students now. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 513-423-9496.
Abilities First, Berachah Church, and the Peil family dedicated the agency's third Autism Learning Center classroom to Dr. Joseph, Virgiline, and David Peil for their dedication and devotion to the education and care of the young people of Middletown with disabilities. The ALC program began in 2009 as the brainchild of Senior Director of Children Services Jan Rosebrough, and has been growing since. As a matter of fact, the ALC is in need of another classroom. In 2016 the Berachah Church Masters Golf Tournament raised $15,000 to contribute to the new classroom. They will continue to support the ALC with proceeds earned from the 2017 Berachah Church Masters Golf Tournament. Thanks to all!

Growing up fast

MAXChildren with impaired motor skills and/or developmental disabilities may have a harder time learning self-feeding skills. Occupational Therapist Colleen Paas helps Max practice his skills... and we have SUCCESS!

Progress!

Meet Logan: An adorable face, a head full of blonde hair and a wonderful smile,
that20637924 648604038677271 334800689520337757 n’s Logan. He started attending Abilities First when he was two years old. At the age of four, he is making tremendous gains while receiving speech language, occupational, and physical therapy services at Abilities First. He is now using words and signs during therapy activities to communicate his wants and needs. His ability to attend and participate in structured play activities continues to improve. According to Logan’s mother Shauna, he loves visiting his therapists at Abilities First. “The doctors told me not to hope to ever hear his voice,” said Shauna. “Since he has been coming to Abilities First, he is signing and is saying the some words,” she added. That’s Potential Made Possible!

Special Guest

Pat Fischer

Early Childhood Learning Center, Birthday party!

"It's my birthday, need I say more?" ECLC Birthday celebration

 

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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.