SERVICES FOR CHILDREN

Has your child been diagnosed with autism, Down Syndrome, cerebral palsy or another developmental disability? Riverside is here to help. We offer a variety of services for eligible children and their families and caregivers. From Early Intervention Services (EI) for children ages 0-2 to students transitioning from school to adulthood, our dedicated staff will work with your family to determine which services are best for your loved one and your family.

Getting Started

Early Intervention
For children ages 0-2 and their families.
School-Age Support
For children ages 3-13 and their families.
Transitioning to Adulthood
For students ages 14 through high school.
Community Connections
Inclusive activities for children and adults.
Special Olympics
For people with disabilities ages 8 and over.

Early Intervention

For children ages 0-2 with significant developmental delays.

To request a referral, please contact:

Riverside Early Intervention

(937) 440-3099  |  (937) 332-1652 (fax)

earlyintervention@riversidedd.org

What is a service coordinator?

Service coordinators, or case managers, work with the people we serve and their families/caregivers to provide them with the resources and support they need.

Children ages 0-2 who are eligible for our Early Intervention Services and their families will connect with a Service Coordinator. Those 3 years of age and older will connect with a Service & Support Administrator (SSA).

Transition from EI

We understand, change can be hard. We are here to help make the process easier for you.

For kids ages 3 - 6, our Children's Service & Support Administrators (SSAs or case managers) will help with school transitions, creating an Individual Service Plan (ISP), finding resources and more.

School-Age Support

We will help each child reach their academic goals and realize their potential.

A child's school-age years are a key developmental period to learn general skills such as dependability, reliability and accountability. Our SSAs will help your family navigate today's care systems.

Transition

to Adulthood

Our Transition Services help students ages 14 - high school graduation navigate school and the transition into adulthood. This can include attending IEP meetings, providing information about independent living and finding community employment.

Community Connections

From Bicycle Safety to Life Skills courses, do what makes you happy and join us for an activity.

Special Olympics

Miami County Special Olympics is open to people ages 8+ with an intellectual disability.

Questions?

If you would like more information about our eligibility process or services for children, please contact us.

Activity Ideas

Need activity ideas for you and your family?

Miami County Board of Developmental

Disabilities (Riverside)

1625 Troy Sidney Road

Troy, Ohio 45373

Phone: (937) 440-3000

Email: info@riversidedd.org

MUI Reporting Hotline: (937) 440-3001*

*If after hours, ask for the SSA On-Call.

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