Stark Help Central Resources
An overview of simple games and activities for children with special needs.
Separate division of Little League Baseball for boys and girls with developmental disabilities. Contact Lisa Williams at (330) 265-6282 for details.
A guide for parents of young children with developmental disabilities.
Resources about guardianship and its alternatives.
Find helpful information about guardianship options and alternatives.
Golden Key is a special needs charter school serving the needs of children with Autism and other developmental disabilities, using Pre-Intervention Services and Lego Therapy.
Answers to frequently asked questions surrounding guardianship, your rights and guardianship alternatives.
Find information and resources to help you understand your child’s education supports and services.
Find answers to frequently asked questions and learn more about the process for reporting major unusual incidents.
Connect with services and supports for each stage of your child’s development.
Learn about guardianship in Ohio and ways to protect an individual’s rights, health and wellbeing.
Help encourage your child’s growth and independence with this collection of informational guides from the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD).
Sports training and competition for individuals ages 8 years and older who live in Stark County and are eligible for Stark DD services.
This annual one-day fun day is available for students enrolled in multihandicapped classes through the Stark County Educational Service Center and Stark County Board of Developmental Disabilities.
Learn about events throughout the year for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Our local parks system offers many accessible outdoor opportunities.
Before individuals with disabilities go out to live on their own, these are some life skills they should know.
A collection of recommendations for after-school and weekend activities for kids with developmental disabilities.
Find details for upcoming events around Stark County.
Visit your local YMCA for family-friendly, accessible events and activities.
A key to independence for people with autism.