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Upcoming Events and Information

Upcoming Events

Free Tutoring Program

There is a program that is sponsored through the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities called Learning Aid Ohio. (Link is below.) It is open to students with an IEP or 504. They offer grants of $1,000 to pay for tutoring. Their website has a list of eligible tutors and we do have a local provider who works through this system. She is a retired teacher who lives in Maple Heights and provides ELA and math tutoring. 

Parents need to apply for the grant by Oct. 31. There are income requirements and I have requested more information about these. Award notifications go out Nov. 2.


Other Information

2022 Summer and Beyond Directory

Please select HERE to be connected.

504 Parent Guide

Please select HERE to be connected.

Interested in becoming a parent surrogate?

Please see the attached FLIER or further information or contact Terri McIntee State Support Team 3 (Family and Community Involvement  Specialist @ 216-524-3000)

Communication Disability Database

There is a newer law that allows people who have a communication disability to register with an agency so that law enforcement is aware of their communication disability in the event that they are pulled over.  This registration is voluntary.  Please see the attached FLIER for further information.

Applewood Centers Inc. – School and Community Based Services

Please see the attached FLIER for further information or call the intake center at 216-459-9827.

Special Olympics 

Join the Maple Heights Special Olympics Team – Participants must be at least 8 years old.  Please see the attached FLIER for further information or contact Ms. Karen Welch ( or 216-438-6400 x1152

Family Supports Program

Contact or 216-736-2673 for more information or see the attached FLIER for further information. 

Stable Account Information

Click HERE for further information about the stable account that allows individuals with disabilities to save and invest up to $14,000 per year without losing government benefits such as Medicaid or SSI.