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Abilities First Speech Therapist Michelle offers a fun activity that will help your child practice a range of skills. Michelle says, "Side walk chalk: draw simple pictures...rainbows, flowers, sun, house, faces, blocks. Write sight words and rewrite them in different colors and say the sounds as you write. Spray the letters away with a water bottle and say the letters again, draw a big shape and then draw progressively smaller shapes inside it, draw a bike path or a road for your little cars, draw skyscrapers with lots of windows."
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Thanks to Gracie Streeter Gregory, Secretary to the Superintendent of Middletown City Schools, for taking time out of her busy day to visit Abilities First and read to students in the Early Childhood Learning Center and the Autism Learning Center. We appreciate your kindness, Ms. Gracie.
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We received this message from James' mom Amber Lynn, today: This is James. James has now officially been at Abilities First for a whole year! We just wanted to share how much we love the program, he has made so much progress. A huge thank you to all teachers and staff who have worked with him. ❤🙂
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We received this message from James' mom Amber Lynn, today: This is James. James has now officially been at Abilities First for a whole year! We just wanted to share how much we love the program, he has made so much progress. A huge thank you to all teachers and staff who have worked with him. ❤🙂
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Ten-year-old applies to be Cambridge professor of Lego - Love ❤️️ this. autism.link/2kOBtQl

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@CincinnatiZoo wants caregivers and people w disabilities to tell them how to make their facility more inclusive! i.coschedule.com/8lpjv#.WKCqYw1…

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Independent living skills are important to a fulfilling life. The Abilities First's Adult Day Program provides Jonathan the opportunity to practice his favorite hobby: drawing video game characters on a computer (provided by the program.)

Abilities First's Adult Day Program enhances the lives of people with disabilities by incorporating the daily living activities such as learning to use technology, cooking, sewing, improving reading skills, and interacting with the community. Open Monday through Friday 7:30am - 4:30pm. Transportation is available. Call Kristi at 513-423-9496 ext. 262 or email kristi.burns@abilitiesfirst.org.
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Student cheering section goes wild as special needs basketball player Lainy Fredrickson makes a shot. abcn.ws/2lzgb7l

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Early Childhood Learning Center "Little Wonders" get ready for playtime by having a healthy snack. Tangerines, crackers, and a drink are on the menu for today.
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