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Sometimes individual needs may be met through funding from private companies, grants and foundations. They each have their own eligibility requirements that may be tied to income or medical need.
The Center for Infants and Children with Special Needs at Cincinnati Children's provides information to help families and healthcare providers identify sources of financial assistance.
DisabledCincinnati.org is a grassroots effort to develop a website for the disabled, seniors and caregivers in the Greater Cincinnati area. The goal is to have the community contribute to the building of a database of resources by sharing what they have learned in their search for information.
See Assistive Technology for additional funding sources for iPads.
Dater Foundation makes grants to private, non-profit organizations and public agencies in the Cincinnati area for their programs and projects that benefit children in healthcare and related areas.
Directory of Community Resources in Ohio has been developed by CareStar.
Special Kids Therapy provides funding assistance to Ohio children for alternative therapies that are not covered by insurance. They will also assist eligible families with the purchase of special medical equipment such as wheelchairs, communication devices and auditory equipment.
We want to hear from you. Email us with your feedback or suggestions for additional resources. Call our Family Resource Center at 513-636-7606 with your questions.
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