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Navigating the landscape of autism resources in Ohio can be challenging and overwhelming. We have compiled a list of helpful resources for you and your loved ones. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact our team at for support.

Diagnostic Services: 

At our Ohio location in Dublin, we specialize in providing autism diagnosis for young children up to age of 9. To learn more about our diagnostic process, please visit our website for more information.

Adult autism diagnostic services can be found on the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center site.

Center-Based ABA Therapy:

We offer ABA, Speech Therapy, and Occupational Therapy at our Ohio Center.

Autism Family Events:

We offer a variety of events at each of our centers throughout the year. Be sure to check our Facebook page to learn about our upcoming events.

Milestones Autism Resources provides multiple online and in-person events in throughout the year.

Be Like Buddy is a site that provides many sensory-friendly activities throughout the year.

Autism Caregiver Trainings:

Milestones Autism Resources offers free OFN Professional Training workshops for caregivers and families. The workshops take place almost every day in public places like churches, libraries, recreational centers, and various organizations.

Bierman Autism Centers also offers live and on-demand caregiver trainings that are open to anyone in the community and are free to attend.

 Autism Groups:

Autism Society Ohio is an organization that takes part in improving the lives of those diagnosed with autism. They provide many different services, and information on topics like treatment, education, and advocacy.

Ohio Interagency Work Group on Autism is a department that works together with the state of Ohio to improve and address the state’s efforts on services and needs of people with autism.

Easterseals Central & Southeast Ohio focuses on the following services, early childhood education, pediatric therapies, in-home services, respite services, and social skills groups. They also have ways you can get involved; they call this Act for Autism. Act for Autism has four simple ways to get involved, Participate, Donate, Educate, and Advocate.

State Resources:

Autism Society Central Ohio’s mission is too “create connections, empowering everyone in the Autism community.” Not only do they provide resources, but they also give information on events, activities, and ways to get involved within this community.

OCALI provides a guide/manual for parents with a child that has, autism spectrum disorder. The guide covers topics like, future planning, living with ASD, and advocacy and disability awareness.

Dayton Children’s Hospital has a whole website page dedicated to those living with ASD. Not only that but the hospital also provides a lab sensory sensitivity program and a Certified Autism Center.

We hope this list of autism resources in Ohio is helpful for you and your family.