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Ohio Youth Leadership Forum (OYLF)

This free 5-day leadership training program is for 11th and 12th grade high school students with disabilities. Participants will learn about choosing a career, the history of disability as a culture, available resources and assistive technology. They will be empowered to reach goals in education, employment and their community.
150 East Campus View Boulevard, Columbus, Ohio 43235
(614) 438-1394 or (800) 282-4536, ext. 1394
ohioylf.com
ood.ohio.gov/Transition-br-Students/Youth-Leadership-Forum

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Adaptive Sports Medicine Program

Provides an individualized treatment experience for children, adolescents and young adults with physical disabilities for injury evaluation and athletic training.
Dublin Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Center
5680 Venture Drive, Dublin, Ohio 43017
(614) 355-6000
nationwidechildrens.org/adaptive-sports-medicine-program

Columbus Center for Human Services (CCHS)

Offers a wide variety of individualized programs and services designed to promote self-advocacy, increase independence, and enhance the lives of individuals living with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Some services include transportation, housing, job training, art, in-home support and more.
540 Industrial Mile Road, Columbus, Ohio 43228
(614) 641-2900
cchsohio.org

COSI (Center of Science and Industry)

Offers interactive experiences, exhibitions and more. COSI features live shows, special events, family programs, single day and summer camps; and career exploration, homeschooler and teen tech studio workshops. They offer a special “Family Access Membership” that is available for families who get WIC, Ohio Directions (EBT) or Ohio Medicaid.
333 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 228-2674
cosi.org

Goodwill Columbus

Offers employment and job training programs, social and education programs for people with developmental disabilities and other barriers to employment. They also offer in art, health and wellness programs, and a variety of activities in community settings including volunteering, recreation and leisure, and community awareness. At their Goodwill Stores are thrift clothing, furniture, vehicles, art and more. Visit the website or call for center and store locations in Central Ohio.
1331 Edgehill Road, Columbus, Ohio 43212
(614) 294-5181 or (614) 583-0293 TTY
goodwillcolumbus.org

National Arts & Disability Center (NADC)

Features and promotes artists with disabilities. Their resource page helps artists with disabilities find assistive technology, search for employment and find legal help.
760 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, California 90095
(310) 825-5054
www.semel.ucla.edu/nadc

Open Door Art Studio

A creative space dedicated to providing art education and services to individuals with developmental disabilities. Allows individuals to create and share their own work.
1050 Goodale Boulevard, Grandview Heights, Ohio 43212
(614) 641-2828
opendoorartstudio.org

VSA Ohio

Promotes arts, education and creative expression involving children and adults with disabilities.
77 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 241-5325
vsao.org

Akron Rotary Camp for Children with Special Needs

Provides summer overnight camps, day camps and respite weekends for children and adults with special needs.
4460 Rex Lake Drive, Akron, Ohio 44319
(330) 644-4512
akronymca.org/rotarycamp

Association for the Developmentally Disabled (ADD) & Hattie Larlham Central Ohio Services

Provides residential and recreational services to children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. They also provide half-day, year-round childcare for children ages 1-5 living in the North Linden (43224) area. During the school year, they offer physical, occupational and speech therapy, as well as early intervention services, early childhood education and social work services.

  • Administrative Office
    769 Brooksedge Boulevard, Westerville, Ohio 43081
    (614) 486-4361
  • Addventures
    769 Brooksedge Boulevard, Westerville, Ohio 43081
    (614) 291-9411, ext. 516
    Transportation line: (614) 783-4132
  • Preschool at Dahlberg-Gibson Learning Center
    3675 Walford Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43224
    (614) 447-0606
  • Community Connections
    250 West Dodridge Road, Columbus, Ohio 43202
    (614) 342-5137
  • Columbus Residential Services
    769 Brooksedge Boulevard, Westerville, Ohio 43081
    (614) 607-7780
  • Franklin County Recreation
    769 Brooksedge Boulevard, Westerville, Ohio 43081
    (614) 486-4361, ext. 751

hattielarlham.org

Boundless

A not for profit agency that works with people with disabilities and their families. They provide assistance to individuals who rent or own their home, both in-home and out-of-home respite services, outpatient behavior health services, summer programs, offer live-in caregivers and more. Their Family Support Services are provided by the State of Ohio for families who have chosen to keep their family member with developmental disabilities at home.

  • Administrative Office
    1021 Checkrein Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43229
    (614) 844-3800
  • Worthington Office
    445 East Dublin-Granville Road, Worthington, Ohio 43085
    (614) 436-7837
  • Heath Office
    1227 Liberty Drive, Heath, Ohio 43056
    (740) 334-4056
  • West Carrollton Office
    700 Liberty Lane, West Carrollton, Ohio 45449
    (937) 247-4200

iamboundless.org

Camp Courageous

Provides developmentally appropriate activities for all ability levels in an outdoor adventure setting in northern Ohio. They offer overnight camps, day camps and respite camps throughout the summer and fall for youth. Campers can receive funding through Ohio Medicaid waivers and other sources.
12701 Waterville-Swanton Road, Whitehouse, Ohio 43571
(419) 875-6828
campcourageous.com

Camp Nuhop

Provides overnight summer camp opportunities for children with learning disabilities, attention deficit disorders and behavior disorders age 6 and older in Ohio. They also have weekend respite programs throughout the year.

  • Office: 404 Hillcrest Drive, Ashland, Ohio 44805
    (419) 289-2227
  • Camp: 1077 Township Road 2916, Perrysville, Ohio 44864
    (419) 938-7151

nuhop.org/camp-nuhop

Chapel Hill House

Provides a free weekend getaway for Ohio children who have cancer and their families. Together they enjoy relaxation, games and family time in a log cabin and explore 70 acres of land on a golf cart.

  • Office: 6733 Hughes Road, Prospect, Ohio 43342
  • Mailing: PO Box 499, Prospect, Ohio 43342
  • Chapel Hill House: 3892 Morral-Kirkpatrick Road West, Morral, Ohio 43337

(740) 360-4273
chapelhillhouse.org

Deaf Services Center (DSC)

Offer services and classes for people who are deaf or hard of hearing, including interpreting, case management, sign language classes, deaf equipment modifications, early intervention, employment, youth clubs, summer camps and mentoring. Their deaf equipment modification program provides funding to help people buy equipment that makes their home more accessible.
5830 North High Street, Worthington, Ohio 43085
(614) 841-1991 or (614) 515-6065 VP
dsc.org

Discover Camp

This website prepares parents of children with disabilities who are selecting a camp for their child for the first time.
nchpad.org/discover/index.html

Dreams on Horseback

Offers horse-assisted learning experiences and education to help youth practice executive functioning skills, sensory integration, improve coordination, communication skills and self-esteem. Some of their programming include: therapeutic riding lessons, vocational training, military connections, custom design programs and more.
1416 Reynoldsburg-New Albany Road, Blacklick, Ohio 43004
(614) 864-9500
dreamsonhorseback.org

Easterseals Central & Southeast Ohio

Provides autism, disabilities and special needs services, including early childhood education, pediatric occupation, physical and speech therapies; adult day and in-home services, respite care for families who need a break from caring for their child with autism, and social skills groups. They also offer afterschool programs, summer day camps, vocational services, transportation and more.
3830 Trueman Court, Hilliard, Ohio 43026
(614) 228-5523
easterseals.com/centralohio

Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Cincinnati & Columbus (EFGCC)

Serving 12 counties in central Ohio, they provide services to people living with epilepsy and seizures, as well as their families and caregivers. They help newly diagnosed children who have questions about the disorder and its treatment, parents in need of support, and youth in need of social opportunities. They have a free lending library, free referral to community resources, applications for medication assistance programs, scholarship opportunities, camp experiences and more.

  • Administrative Office
    895 Central Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
    (877) 804-2241
  • Columbus Office
    3857 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43214
    (614) 725-1015

epilepsy-ohio.org

Fluttering Families

Provides advocacy, support, education and outreach services to families that have children with special needs. These “Special Kids” are also invited to participate in fun activities throughout the year which benefits them as part of their community.
PO Box 133, Powell, Ohio 43065
flutteringfamilies.org

Flying Horse Farms

Provides a free camp experience for children with serious medical illnesses such as cancer, heart disease, sickle cell disease, asthma and arthritis. 24-hour care is provided by specialized doctors and nurses, and the camp is free. Campers step outside of their sickness to experience activities such as canoeing, swimming, high rope experience and more. The camp is a member of the Serious Fun Network.
5260 State Route 95, Mount Gilead, Ohio 43338
(419) 751-7077
flyinghorsefarms.org

Haugland Learning Center (HLC)

Educates youth with autism and Asperger syndrome in classroom and home-based settings from preschool through grade 12. All educational costs are covered by the autism scholarship or by school districts. They have academic and activity-based summer camp programs, autism testing, therapy services, tutoring programs, after-school programs and counseling as well.

  • Adminstrative Building: 2540 Billingsley Road, Columbus Ohio 43235
  • Columbus Campus: 7690 New Market Center Way, Columbus, Ohio 43235
  • Lancaster Campus: 1522 Sheridan Dr, Lancaster Ohio 43130
  • Athens Campus: 5196 Washington Road, Albany Ohio 45710

(614) 602-6473
hauglandlearningcenter.com

Jewish Community Center (JCC) of Greater Columbus

Through its programs and services, the JCC provides a wide range of recreation and cultural arts, featuring festivals and fairs centered around books, films, and fine art; teen programs, summer and spring break camps for kids with and without special needs, after school programs, preschool and daycare, special events and more.
1125 College Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43209
(614) 231-2731
columbusjcc.org

Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center: Info to Go

Shares information and provide resources on a variety of topics related to children and young people under 21 years of age who are deaf or hard of hearing. They also maintain a list of camps, family learning vacations, and remedial clinics for deaf and hard of hearing children arranged by location throughout the U.S.
800 Florida Avenue Northeast, Washington, DC 20002
(202) 651-5000
www3.gallaudet.edu/clerc-center/info-to-go.html

Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) Summer Camp

Offers a week-long overnight summer camp for youth ages 6 to 18 who have limited mobility or use wheelchairs. Youth can attend camp at no cost to their families.
MDA Columbus Office: 500 West Wilson Bridge Road, Worthington, Ohio 43085
(614) 841-1014
mda.org/summer-camp

My Summer Camps

Provides a comprehensive online directory of summer camps for kids, teens and youth. They list summer camps for kids with a wide range of abilities and special needs, such as cerebral palsy, ADHD, diabetes, physical disabilities, muscular dystrophy and more.
(877) 777-7738
mysummercamps.com/camps/Special_Needs_Camps

Northwest Kiwanis Special Needs Activity Camp for Kids (SNACK)

Offers swimming and outdoor recreation for children with special needs ages 6 to 12. Programs are held at Barrington Elementary School. Registration priority is given to Upper Arlington residents, but others can apply. Call for more information.
3600 Tremont Road, Upper Arlington, Ohio 43221
(614) 583-5300
parks.uaoh.net

Ohio State School for the Blind (OSSB)

As the first public school for the blind in the U.S., they are dedicated to the education of students with visual impairments, including those with multiple disabilities. Visit their resources page to find useful information about the blind community and visual impairments and summer camps they offer.
5220 North High Street, Columbus Ohio, 43214
(800) 310-3317
ossb.oh.gov

RallyCap Sports

RallyCap Sports is a club whose goal is to create positive sports environments fostering social integration, healthy living, and greater self-confidence for children and young adults with special needs. Children and young adults with special needs play sports with volunteers at Ohio State University. Visit the website to find more RallyCap Sports programs in other Ohio cities.
337 Annie & John Glenn Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43210
(732) 391-2282
rallycapsports.org
OSU Chapter: www.rcsosu.org

Recreation Unlimited

Offers summer day, overnight and weekend camps throughout the year for youth with disabilities. They have specialized camps for children with autism, Prader-Willi Syndrome, epilepsy and other disabilities. Their year-round weekend respite care camps have on-site nursing and provide an environment for indoor and outdoor fun.
7700 Piper Road, Ashley, Ohio 43003
(740) 548-7006
recreationunlimited.org

PALS A Chrysalis Health Company

Provide support to individuals with developmental disabilities by building on the foundation of physical activity and life skills (PALS). They offer adult day services, residential services, life skill classes, activities and vocational training programs.

  • Columbus
    5250 Strawberry Farms Boulevard, Columbus, Ohio 43230
    (614) 454 – 3726
  • Heath
    585 Industrial Parkway, Heath, Ohio 43056
    (740) 249-1686
  • Gallipolis
    6042 East Avenue, Gallipolis, Ohio 45631
    (740) 446-3775
  • Art Outside the Lines
    485 East Livingston Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
    (614) 423-6488

palschrysalishealth.com

Shane Center for Therapeutic Horsemanship

Improves the quality of life for people who have disabilities by offering activities centered around horses. They offer a variety of programs children ages 5 to 21 with a wide range of disabilities, including cerebral palsy, down syndrome, autism, and behavioral disorders.
7908 Myers Road, Centerburg, Ohio 43011
(877) 815-4042
shanecenter.org

Upreach

Provides continuing adult education and wellness to adult individuals with developmental disabilities. The Upreach program offers services encouraging independence, self-determination and empowerment. The Learning Never Ends program provides life-long learning and wellness opportunities. Visit the website for more information at upreachgroup(.)com.

  • Upreach
    4488 Mobile Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43220
    (614) 442-7702
  • Learning Never Ends – Central/Putting Abilities to Work
    5909 Cleveland Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43231
    (614) 899-8100
  • Learning Never Ends – South
    6305 Waterloo Road Northwest, Canal Winchester, Ohio 43110
    (614) 592-6492
  • Learning Never Ends – West
    1335 Dublin Road, Columbus, Ohio 43215
    (614) 481-4407 or (614) 481-4401

YMCA of Central Ohio

Provides programs focused on 3 areas: Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility. Their programs, services and initiatives are for men, women and children of all ages covering health and fitness, swimming, age-specific activities, child care, camps and more. Visit the website or contact a YMCA center for more information.

Full Facility Branches

  • Delaware Community Center YMCA
    1121 South Houk Road, Delaware, Ohio 43015
    (740) 203-3051
  • Don M. and Margaret Hilliker YMCA
    300 Sloan Boulevard, Bellefontaine, Ohio 43311
    (937) 592-9622
  • Downtown YMCA
    40 West Long Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
    (614) 224-1131
  • Eldon & Elsie Ward Family YMCA
    130 Woodland Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43203
    (614) 252-3166
  • Gahanna/John E. Bickley YMCA
    555 YMCA Place, Gahanna, Ohio 43230
    (614) 416-9622
  • Grove City YMCA
    3600 Discovery Drive, Grove City, Ohio 43123
    (614) 871-9622
  • Hilliard/Ray Patch Family YMCA
    4515 Cosgray Road, Hilliard, Ohio 43026
    (614) 334-9622
  • Hilltop YMCA
    2879 Valleyview Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43204
    (614) 276-8224
  • Jerry L. Garver YMCA
    6767 Refugee Road, Canal Winchester, Ohio 43110
    (614) 834-9622
  • Liberty Township/Powell YMCA
    7798 North Liberty Road, Powell, Ohio 43065
    (614) 839-9622
  • North YMCA
    1640 Sandalwood Place, Columbus, Ohio 43229
    (614) 885-4252
  • Pickaway County Family YMCA
    440 Nicholas Drive, Circleville, Ohio 43113
    (740) 477-1661
  • Reynoldsburg Community Center YMCA
    7215 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068
    (614) 224-1142
  • Vaughn E. Hairston YMCA
    3500 First Avenue, Urbancrest, Ohio 43123
    (614) 539-1770

Outdoor/Multipurpose Facilities

  • Community Park YMCA
    402 North Hamilton Road, Whitehall, Ohio 43213
    (614) 224-1142
  • Delaware Recreation Services
    500 East Lincoln Avenue, Delaware, Ohio 43015
    (740) 203-3051
  • Hilltop-Cherry Creek YMCA
    600 Fox Ridge Street, Columbus, Ohio 43228
    (614) 878-7260
  • Hoover YMCA Park
    1570 Rohr Road, Lockbourne, Ohio 43137
    (614) 491-0980
  • Van Buren Shelter
    595 Van Buren Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43223
    (614) 715-2030
  • YMCA Camp Willson
    2732 County Road 11, Bellefontaine, Ohio 43311
    (800) 423-0427

Educare Centers

  • Hilltop Educare Center
    1952 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43223
    (614) 752-8877
  • YMCA Early Learning Center
    2879 Johnstown Road, Columbus, Ohio 43219
    (614) 342-5836

Early Childhood Resource Network+ (ECRN+)

  • Early Childhood Resource Network+ (ECRN+)
    1907 Leonard Avenue, Columbus Ohio 43219
    (614) 389-9800

YMCA Administrative Offices: 40 West Long Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 389-4409
ymcacolumbus.org

Friendship Circle

Parents of children with special needs often find it difficult to join a community or commit time to programs because of their busy schedules. The Friendship Circle offers respite for parents and siblings, social and sports opportunities for children and teens with special needs.
6220 East Dublin-Granville Road, New Albany, Ohio 43054
(614) 939-0765
friendscolumbus.com

National Park Service

Their free Access Pass is for residents of the U.S., regardless of age, who have a permanent disability. This pass allows park entrance fees to be free and provides a discount at many camp facilities and services.
1849 C Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20240
(202) 208-3818
nps.gov/planyourvisit/passes.htm

Ohio Department of Natural Resources

Offers special facilities for park visitors of all abilities. Visit their website for a list of accessible opportunities throughout Ohio.
2045 Morse Road, Columbus Ohio 43229
(614) 265-6565
dnr.state.oh.us

United States Access Board Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Accessibility Guidelines

Outlines the ADA guidelines for play areas and recreational facilities.
1331 F Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20004
(800) 872-2253 Voice or (800) 993-2822 TTY
access-board.gov

Columbus Chill Youth Hockey Association (CCYHA) Special Hockey Columbus Blue Jackets

CCYHA partners with the American Special Hockey Association (ASHA) and USA Hockey to provide children and young adults ages 4-21 who have developmental disabilities with the opportunity to play ice hockey in an environment adapted to each athlete’s level of physical and mental ability. The program is open to any player age five or older, male or female, and participants do not need prior ice skating skills.

  • Dublin: 7001 Dublin Park Drive, Dublin, Ohio 43016
  • Easton: 3600 Chiller Lane, Columbus, Ohio 43219
  • North: 8144 Highfield Drive, Lewis Center, Ohio 43035

(614) 284-6104
columbusspecialhockey.com

Columbus Recreation & Parks Therapeutic Recreation

Offers recreational activities, after school programs and clubs that are modified to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities over age 6.
1755 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43203
(614) 645-5648
columbus.gov/theraputicrecreation

Disabled Sports USA

Provides national leadership and opportunities for individuals with disabilities to develop independence, confidence, and fitness through participation in community sports, recreation and educational programs. Visit their website to find summer and winter program opportunities, as well as equipment resources.
451 Hungerford Drive, Rockville, Maryland 20850
(301) 217-0960
disabledsportsusa.org

Fishing Has No Boundaries (FHNB)

Allows individuals with disabilities to participate fully in the world of fishing. Visit their website to find local events held by the Central Ohio chapter.
PO Box 1499, Grove City, Ohio 43123
(614) 383-8851
National: fhnbinc.org
Central Ohio Chapter: fhnbcentralohio.org

Fore Hope

Uses golf to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities and other life challenges. Their program is for people of all ages, disabilities and economic backgrounds.
1169 Dublin Road, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 566-4242
ohiohealth.com/forehope

iCan Shine

This program helps children with disabilities learn how to ride a bike. Using an adaptive bike, 80% of children who participate ride a 2-wheel bike on their own by the end of the 5-day program.  This program exists nationwide and is sponsored by various local community partners.
PO Box 541, Paoli, Pennsylvania 19301
icanshine.org/find-a-program

Integrity Gymnastics & Cheerleading

Offers special needs classes that are designed to offer a competitive rhythmic gymnastics program for athletes with special needs.
8185 Business Way, Plain City, Ohio 43064
(614) 733-0818
integritygym.com

Hilliard Ohio Soccer Association (HOSA) TOPSoccer (The Outreach Program for Soccer) Program

As a soccer league for children with special needs, they give girls and boys ages 4 through 19 the opportunity to play soccer in a safe, fun, fair and secure environment. The registration fee is minimal.
PO Box 1, Hilliard, Ohio 43026
(614) 664-9250
hosa-soccer.org/programs/tops-soccer-for-special-needs-players

Locker Soccer Academy

Offers soccer development programs and summer day camps for children of all ages and abilities, including programs catered to kids with special needs.
Field Address: 300 West Case Avenue, Powell, Ohio 43065
Mailing Address: PO Box 1303, Dublin, Ohio 43017
(614) 760-5522
lockersoccer.com

Miracle League of Central Ohio

Allows all children with disabilities ages 3 to 21 to play baseball on a specially designed field that is fully accessible and custom-designed to make baseball fun for any child with a disability.
6259 Cosgray Road, Dublin, Ohio 43017
(614) 410-4550
ohiomiracleleague.org

National Center on Health Physical Activity & Disability (NCHPAD)

Lists accessible parks by location and offers free information on topics related to physical activity, fitness, recreation, sports, and disability and chronic conditions. Their information specialists can help answer questions and requests for free.
4000 Ridgeway Drive, Birmingham, Alabama 35209
(800) 900-8086
nchpad.org/Directories/Parks

Northwest Special Olympics

Provides training and competition in a wide range of sports for children and adults with special needs in the Dublin and Hilliard school districts. Participation is free, and Northwest Special Olympics covers the cost of uniforms and equipment.
2140 Atlas Street, Columbus, Ohio 43228
(614) 664-7847
northwestspecialolympics.shutterfly.com

Ohio Ophthalmological Society (OOS) Free Sports Goggles Program

Protect your child from getting injured when they play sports by getting a free pair of prescription sports goggles. Regular eyeglasses and contacts will not protect a child’s eyes from injury and may even increase the damage. The child needs to be qualified to receive prescription goggles.
3401 Mill Run Drive, Hilliard, Ohio 43026
(614) 527-6799
playhardgear.com

Ohio Sled Hockey

Provides a competitive hockey team for any child in Ohio with physical disabilities. The costs vary, however, the program works to run as free or as low-cost as possible.
pointstreaksites.com/view/ohiosledhockey

Ohio State University (OSU) Recreational Sports

Offers several community sports and recreation programs and summer camps for youth year round. They also offer adapted recreational sports programs to serve children with disabilities year round.
337 Annie & John Glenn Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43210
(614) 688-8787
recsports.osu.edu/community-programs

Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship (PATH) International

PATH promotes equine-assisted activities and therapies for individuals with special needs. Visit their website for locations in Ohio.
PO Box 33150 Denver, Colorado 80233
(800) 369-7433
pathintl.org/path-intl-centers/find-center

Special Olympics Ohio

Provides year-round sports training and competition opportunities for children older than age 8 and teens with intellectual disabilities or learning delays.
3303 Winchester Pike, Columbus, Ohio 43232
(614) 239-7050
sooh.org

Straub Dance Center

Adaptive Dance is for children ages 5-10 with special needs. This class is for children with developmental or physical disabilities and is led by a licensed pediatric physical therapist and dance instructor.
501 McCorkle Boulevard, Westerville, Ohio 43082
(614)891-5525
straubdancecenter.com

The Adaptive Adventure Sports Coalition (TAASC)

Offers individuals with disabilities opportunities to participate in adventure activities such as kayaking, camping, fishing, alpine skiing, water skiing, ice skating, sailing, and cycling. TAASC is also known as Adaptive Sports Connection.
6000 Harriott Drive, Powell, Ohio 43065
(614) 389-3921
adaptivesportsconnection.org