Alphabetic Listing of Condition-Specific Web Resources

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  • The Reading & Literacy Discovery Centerlocated at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, is currently conducting research and performing evaluations on children in 6-8th grade with reading difficulties. As RLDC continues to grow, we will continue addressing reading disabilities and dyslexia but will also begin promoting urban literacy and the Reach Out and Read program. To discuss the RLDC or schedule an evaluation, please call us at 513-803-READ (7323) or email us at
  • Brain Balance Center, Cincinnati, addresses the symptoms of ADHD, learning disabilities, processing disorders, Asperger syndrome, and a host of other related childhood learning and developmental issues. Their program includes sensory motor training and stimulation and cognitive and academic activity plans.
  • Bross Center for Learning provides education and enrichment services to children, teens and young adults in Southwest Ohio who have typical needs or special needs. Although their mission is to serve all Greater Cincinnati families, they primarily serve families from the Glen Este, Batavia and Milford areas. They provide education and enrichment services to children, teens and young adults in Southwest Ohio who have typical needs or special needs. They offer dedicated day programs as well as after school 1:1 academic services including subject tutoring, executive functioning skill training, test preparation and homework assistance. Their staff of licensed intervention specialists, licensed general education teachers, occupational therapists, support staff, and school psychologist specialize in serving both youth with typical needs and youth with special needs, including Autism and related disorders, speech disabilities, learning disabilities, cognitive disabilities, developmental delays, ADD/ADHD. Bross Center is a state approved provider for both the Autism Scholarship as well as the Jon Peterson Scholarship through the Ohio Department of Education. These scholarships can be used to cover the cost of many of their services.
  •  LD OnLine
  • Langsford Center located in Cincinnati, Ohio, and Highlands and Middletown, Kentucky, has extensive experience in reading strategies associated with learning disabilities and dyslexia.  
  • Learning Disabilities Association of America
  • National Center for Learning Disabilities
  • Springer School and Center in Cincinnati, provides a specialized curriculum for children, ages 6-14, with diagnosed learning disabilities.

    Springer's specialized research-based curriculum and support strategies help students with learning disabilities build the educational, emotional and social skills needed for success in the classroom - and everywhere else.  Based on readiness and individual needs, a comprehensive academic program is designed for each student.  It includes instruction in art, music and physical education, and access to numerous extracurricular activities.  Language, motor and psychological services are available as needed.  Technology is integrated throughout the school, and a one-to-one laptop program for older students prepares them for high school.

See Assistive Technology for information on apps and possible funding sources for iPads.

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