A new service encouraging family growth through a network of
support. Designed for children birth to twelve, we are the front door to a
wealth of knowledge and connections.
Program designed for kids (ages birth – 12) and parents.
Parents of children with a variety of disabilities serve on this committee to develop and guide Youth Services Program activities.
As part of our mission to make Toledo the most disability-friendly community, we partner with organizations and businesses who share our values.
Family events ARE fun and safe recreation activities hosted at venues around town, to foster friendships and network building for all family members.
Through informational speakers on a variety of topics related to children with disabilities. Our discussions revolve around advocacy for disability rights and the involvement of parents.
Our playgroups encourage socialization and play in children from birth to 12 years of age, regardless of ability.
Empowering parents with disabilities to gain confidence, hope, and advocacy. Families are not alone in the journey and peer support builds the community caregivers need.
Short-term trials for making disability-related equipment more accessible for all and encouraging independent play.
Disability media project designed to ensure children’s books created by, for, and about people with disabilities are available and easy to find at schools, libraries, and community spaces.
Offering knowledge and tools to become more disability-friendly.