|The Children's Home Launches New Brand, New Visual Identity
The agency redefines how it communicates its mission
| TCH Participates in 2019 Cincinnati Pride Parade
Staff initiates agency participation in annual parade for first time
| PRIDE 2019
The Children's Home and community partners offer LGBTQ+ competency training
|Increasing the Families We Serve Affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder
The Children's Home has added another therapist to its staff solely dedicated to serving the autism community
|Rees E. Price Academy Leadership Retreat 2019
Longtime community partner Rees E. Price Academy holds its annual leadership retreat at our campus.
|The Children's Home Announces Rockin' at Riverfest 2019 Co-Chairs
The Children's Home of Cincinnati recently announced the
official co-chairs for this year's Rockin' at Riverfest, scheduled for
Sept. 1 at Smale Riverfront Park.
Art Therapy is an integrative mental health and human
services profession that enriches the lives of individuals, families,
and communities through active art-making, creative process, applied
psychological theory, and human experience within a psychotherapeutic
relationship, according to the American Art Therapy Association.
|Autism Services program class of 2019
Fourteen students from The Children's Home of Cincinnati's
Autism Services program graduated on May 20 with their high school
diplomas at a ceremony in the gymnasium located on The Children's Home
|2019 Best Workplaces in Ohio
The Children's Home of Cincinnati has been officially named one of the 2019 Best Workplaces in Ohio!
|The Impact of Healthy Food on Education, Behavioral, and Mental Health in Youth
The science behind food nutrition illustrates that the
nutrients found in these kinds of foods aid in brain function, better
behavior and even academic test performance.
|Guiding Your Child Through Tantrums
"Stay calm. Take a deep breath. Remember, your child is really just talking to you."
|Identifying Autism in Girls
New studies are starting to question if the difference in
prevalence can be accounted for the difficulty in identifying girls on
|How to Handle "Evening Meltdowns"
Learn about how allowing children on the spectrum to "reboot" when they get home can help.