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Learning Aid Ohio

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  • Ohio children from preschool to high school with an IEP or 504 Plan can now get assistance with learning from https://www.learningohio.com/.
  • Ohio children on IEPs or 504 Plans can get 1:1 supplemental learning through https://www.learningohio.com/. Families can apply for assistance and get matched with a learning provider. 
  • Learning Aid Ohio provides much needed assistance to families with students on IEPs or 504 Plans. It provides $1500 grants per semester to hire learning providers for supplemental learning for students who require some extra assistance. https://www.learningohio.com/
  • Learning Aid Ohio aims to provide in-person, supplemental learning support for students with IEPs or 504 Plans during the school year. https://www.learningohio.com/

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  • The goal of https://www.learningohio.com/ is to connect families with learning providers to help students to navigate the world of online learning, specific to their individual needs, based on the curriculum their traditional teacher sets. 
  • "This service has been an actual life saver for my daughter with online schooling!! Her provider is phenomenal with her and she makes learning so much fun and she understands my daughter's way of learning so much fun and she understands my daughter's way of learning which honestly, I struggle with". - LAO Parent Learn more about this program to help children with an IEP or 504 Plan with online learning at https://www.learningohio.com/
  • Ohio Children from preschool to high school with an IEP or 504 Plan can now get assistance with learning from https://www.learningohio.com/.  "I don't know what I would have done without Beth's help. My son was behind in his online lessons. She was able to help him get caught up and feeling confident as we move forward with the rest of the year". - LAO Parent 

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LAO Social Media Kit: Other State Agencies

  • Governor DeWine’s Children’s Initiatives, the Department of Developmental Disabilities. the Ohio Department of Education and the Down Syndrome Association of Central Ohio have partnered to bring funding to families with children on IEPs or 504 Plans to get assistance during the school year and summer for supplemental learning,   https://www.learningohio.com/
  • Ohio children on IEPs or 504 Plans can get assistance with learning through https://www.learningohio.com/ . Families can apply for assistance and get matched with a learning provider.