Butterfly “Growing Awareness” And Release

Students and Teachers at the Center utilized the month of April to "grow awareness" for autism as they grew their own butterflies and witness their amazing life cycle close-up. Butterfly metamorphosis is incredible to behold, no matter what age you are. The students learned about the four stages to a butterfly’s life cycle: Stage 1: EGG - Female butterflies lay tiny eggs on the underside of leaves. Stage 2: LARVA - Caterpillars are butterfly larvae that hatch from the eggs. They like to eat! They’ll grow startling amounts and shed their skin (molt) multiple times as they grow. Stage [...]

2019-06-11T11:52:10-04:00May 22nd, 2019|

OCALI Conference 2018

Ohio's Directors once again have an exhibit booth this year at the The Nation's Premiere Autism and Disabilities Conference November 14 - 16th held in Columbus, Ohio. Now in its 12th year, OCALICON's goal and purpose is to provide all participants with the best and most promising learning and networking opportunities focused on helping to meet the lifelong needs of individuals with autism spectrum disorders, sensory disabilities, and low-incidence disabilities. From Hands-On Interactive Sessions to Research Posters to Facilitated Discussions and more, OCALICON's 300+ presenters lead interactive and comprehensive learning experiences that focus on timely topics and issues [...]

2019-01-14T11:16:05-04:00November 14th, 2018|

New School Social Worker

We are pleased to announce the addition of Mrs. Meagan Steyer who will be servicing all three of our locations as our new school social worker. Mrs. Steyer obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Social Work at The University of Findlay in 2012. She then went on to obtain her Master of Arts in Social Work at The Ohio State University in 2014. Mrs. Steyer is a licensed Social Worker and was previously employed with Seneca County Children Services for four years. While working for Seneca County Children Services Mrs. Steyer was an Intake/Investigation worker. She worked one on [...]

2019-01-14T11:08:52-04:00October 3rd, 2018|