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There’s a world of products and information out there, and the UCCEDD develops and shares it to promote health and quality of life for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. The UCCEDD also shares information developed by our network partners. Here are quick links to the information you need. The UCCEDD works on different resources and products to share information with the public. We also share information from our partners.


We’ve put together a robust list of resources to help guide you through the pandemic.

COVID-19 Information for People with Disabilities

The UCCEDD wants to provide as much helpful information as possible during this COVID-19 Pandemic. Below are listed websites and other electronic resources relating to COVID-19. If you have any questions, please contact us, UCUCEDD@cchmc.org
**Resources in purple developed by UCCEDD/DDBP/CCHMC**

Hamilton County DDS

Butler County BDD, Questions? reach out to your SSA or call our main number at (513) 785-2800.

Clermont County BDD

Clermont County Public Health Website:  ccphohio.org

Warren County BDD

The Kaiser Family Foundation and UnidosUS: THE CONVERSATION/ LA CONVERSACION Campaign, addresses information needs about the COVID-19 vaccines in the Hispanic/Latino community with videos featuring doctors, nurses, and promotoras (community health care workers) in English and Spanish. THE CONVERSATION/ LA CONVERSACIÓN is live hereand on YouTubewith over 70 videos and an accompanying toolkit to share THE CONVERSATION in your community.

U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights – Webinar on website accessibility during the COVID-19 outbreak.

U.S. Department of Education – Provides COVID-19 information and resources for schools and school personnel.

Disability Rights Ohio – Compensatory Education and ESY Discussions After COVID-19

211 – Provides assistance in finding food, paying house bills, accessing free childcare, or other essential services.

Government Loans – Provides information on government loans and how to apply and eligibility requirements.

Grants.gov – Website for federal agencies to post discretionary funding opportunities and for grantees to find and apply to them.


U.S. Small Business Administration – Provides federal disaster loans for businesses, private nonprofits, homeowners, and renters.

Better Business Bureau

RestoreYourEconomy.org– Provides resources and information for stakeholders rebuilding local economies after an economic disruption.

Cincinnati Area Resources – United Way Directory, Social Resources

Cleveland Area Resources – Job Link Services

Columbus Area Resources- IMPACTHands On

How to Use Charting the LifeCourse™  (CtLC) Tools in Challenging Times

Charting the LifeCourse™ tools are designed to support families, with all their complexity and diversity, in ways to maximize their capacity, strengths and unique abilities so they can best support, nurture, and facilitate the achievement of self-determination, interdependence, productivity, integration and inclusion in all facets of community life for their family members.

Early Intervention 

 link to Early Intervention page under projects and programs


Emergency Preparedness

For people with disabilities and their caregivers, an exploration into best practices surrounding disaster preparation.

Family Support

Family support activities, workshops, and trainings on topics of importance to families of children and adults with disabilities.

Guiding People Through Systems, Online Care Notebook

An online care notebook designed to help families organize medical and school records in one convenient, online resource.
Health & Wellness

We’re empowering people with disabilities to lead active, healthy lives. Additionally, we have a convenient Health & Well-Being brochure outlining beneficial workshops.

Interactive Maps of Service Providers in the Cincinnati, OH Region
Developer notes: pull content from this existing page: https://www.ucucedd.org/interactive-maps/


Cincinnati LEND’s mission is to improve the health of infants, children and adolescents with, or at risk for, neurodevelopmental and related disabilities including autism spectrum disorders (ASDs).


Transition Bootcamp is a conference held bi-annually for parents/caregivers, youth with disabilities, educators and other professionals interested in transition from high school to adult life. do we want this here?







 Find a Vaccine (from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services)

  • Visit vaccines.gov(English) or vacunas.gov (Spanish) to search and find a vaccine near you.
  • Text GETVAX (438829) for English or VACUNA (822862) for Spanish to receive three vaccine sites on your phone within seconds.
  • Call the National COVID-19 Vaccination Assistance Hotline at 1-800-232-0233 for those who prefer to get information via phone call. The call center can assist in 150+ languages and features a TTY line (1-888-720-7489).

The COVID-19 Vaccine Really Works from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, geared toward younger audiences

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