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ABILITIESFIRST

Potential Made Possible

4710 Timber Trail Drive
Middletown, Ohio 45044

Four Abilities First employees received diplomas

Four Abilities First employees received diplomas from the Rapid Cycle Improvement Collaborative of Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, and United Way of Greater Cincinnati. Vice President of Children's Services Jan Rosebrough, Director of the Autism Learning Center Melissa Hayes, Director of the Early Childhood Learning Center Lisa Stevens and, Family Advocate and Social Worker Norman Cosby, completed required participation in Improvement Science Methods and Measurement; Change Management and Team Leadership. Through team completion of the course, participants gained the knowledge and experience necessary to practice improvement science and to collaborate with other teams in the management and continuous improvement of outcomes and services.

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Abilities First Development Department offers a number of ways you can support local children and adults with disabilities.

Please contact Development Department at 513-423-9496 if you have any questions.
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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.