We work with partners across the state to build programs to support families in need of financial assistance, governmental support, and educational support during tough times and beyond. We build websites, manage technical support, update profiles, manage grant spend, administer payroll, and support local teams to make these programs successful.Let us know how we can help build a program in your area.
Ohio State-wide program for families with students on IEPs, experiencing financial hardship, and qualifying for government funds connecting to experienced learning providers for supplemental support as part of education initiative. Program is funded by The State of Ohio and the Ohio Governor's Children's Initiative.
Partners include: Department of Developmental Disabilities, Down Syndrome Association of Central Ohio, and the Ohio Governor's Children's Initiative.
Central Ohio community website connecting parents with teachers, tutors, nannies and coaches to help with supplemental learning outside of school to help improve skills for academic and althletic success.
East Liverpool School district tutoring website offering students access to teachers in the area for assistance with school work, test-prep, and improvement in delayed areas of study. Funded by the school district as part of improvement and development initiative.
Partners include: East Liverpool schools administration and teachers
Down Syndrome Association of Central Ohio Adult literacy pilot program connecting adult learners with literacy needs to qualified specialists to help reach growth milestones for reading. Funded by DSACO and donations from outside supporters.
Partners include: Down Syndrome Association of Central Ohio.