Sparties Running Club — Case Western Reserve University

Sparties Running club is a one-hour, weekly running program for kids ages 10-18 on the autism spectrum as well as neurotypical siblings and friends. The program strives to increase self confidence and skill level of it’s runners in a welcoming community space.

Practice will be held at the CWRU track beginning September 3, 2017. Information sessions will be held prior to the beginning so families can orient themselves with the staff and program.

Sparties consulted with Milestones for additional training for it’s team leaders.

Zhao, Lulu, MD

Obstetrics and Gynecology

Dr. Zhao is a board certified Ob/Gyn with University Hospitals Medical Group. She is comfortable providing gynecologic care to adolescents and adults with autism. Common issues discussed include menstrual suppression, sexual health, and safety. Her office locations are Landerbrook Health Center and Ahuja Medical Center (starting summer 2017).

Students with Intellectual Disabilities — Federal Student Aid

Students with intellectual disabilities may be able to get certain types of federal student aid.

Read this Federal Student Aid web page for more information.

The Red Book — A Guide to Work Incentives

The Red Book serves as a general reference source about the employment-related provisions of Social Security Disability Insurance and the Supplemental Security Income Programs for educators, advocates, rehabilitation professionals, and counselors who serve people with disabilities.

El Libro Rojo sirve como una fuente de referencia general sobre las provisiones relacionadas con el empleo del Seguro de Discapacidad del Seguro Social y los Programas de Ingresos Suplementarios de Seguridad para educadores, defensores, profesionales de rehabilitación y consejeros que sirven a personas con discapacidades.

St. William Parish and School — Special Ed Program

Saint William School provides a faith-based education that recognizes that each student is an individual. Our parish families, teachers and staff work together to create a spirit of community and service.

They currently enroll students in traditional K to 8 grades as well as those with learning disabilities and students with autism. They accept the Edchoice Voucher, EdChoice Expansion Voucher, Jon Peterson Scholarship and Autism Scholarship systems.

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