Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities' Budget Initiatives

August 8, 2017

Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities' Budget Initiatives

Updates on the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities' Budget Initiatives Learn More

So much more than potty training

August 8, 2017

So much more than potty training

Khalid was 5 years old when his family came to Envision for help with potty training. Learn More

Envision achieves Sanctuary Certification

August 8, 2017

Envision achieves Sanctuary Certification

Envision has achieved certification from the Sanctuary Institute as a trauma informed agency! Learn More

Family Living is flourishing!

July 6, 2017

Family Living is flourishing!

We have had so many great achievements and big milestones happening in our Family Life program, and we wanted to share some of the highlights with you.
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The Power of Teamwork

June 20, 2017

The Power of Teamwork

Teamwork guides family through a difficult period and toward a positive future. Learn More

Fun Summer Activities!

June 20, 2017

Fun Summer Activities!

Check out this list of fun summer activities! Learn More

Caregivers: take care of yourself so you can take care of others

May 9, 2017

Caregivers: take care of yourself so you can take care of others

In honor of Mother's Day, Envision wants to support ALL caregivers! Learn more about a self-care plan, and how it can help you become a better caregiver. Learn More

We're hiring!

May 2, 2017

We're hiring!

Envision is hiring full-time and part-time support associates in Blue Ash, downtown, and on the west side. Apply to be part of our awesome team today! Learn More

April 20, 2017

About Sanctuary

Envision is preparing to become a certified trauma-informed agency by The Sanctuary Institute. Learn more about what that means for the services we provide and the agency culture we have created. Learn More

Grocery shopping with my 12 children

January 19, 2017

Grocery shopping with my 12 children

And by twelve children, I of course mean one child who asks for twelve children’s worth of attention and energy! And by one child, I mean my son, Kepler. We have the benefit of the most amazing resource — Envision’s CITE services. They have been working with us for several months on food and eating, and we have branched out to some community outings... Learn More

All of the capabilities I know he can achieve

January 9, 2017

All of the capabilities I know he can achieve

Troy is a loving, active 18-year-old who enjoys people, musicals, and going on walks. Because Troy has Angelman syndrome, a neurodevelopmental disorder, he requires around-the-clock care. For many years, Troy and his family have received services from Envision's Family Supports... Learn More

Beating the Winter Blues

January 6, 2017

Beating the Winter Blues

With the holiday season over, you might find yourself feeling a little down in the dumps. You're not alone. Many people experience the winter blahs between late fall and early spring. Here are some tips to ward off the winter blahs... Learn More

Aspiring to excellence

December 2, 2016

Aspiring to excellence

Envision is committed to delivering high quality services to the people we serve. To that end, we are thrilled to have achieved Three-Year Accreditation from CARF, the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. This accreditation decision represents the highest level of accreditation that can be awarded. Learn More

Like watching a miracle

December 2, 2016

Like watching a miracle

Lily is a little ball of energy and emotion who has struggled with community outings. So, her mom was especially worried about flying alone for the holidays with Lily and her brother. She asked if I could go to the airport with them and support them until they boarded the plane. Learn More

Holiday Activities

December 2, 2016

Holiday Activities

The holiday season is upon us. For many, that means magical moments and beloved traditions. For families who have a member with special needs, these things are sometimes accompanied with challenges. We’ve compiled a list of sensory-friendly holiday activities in the Tri-State area this month. Learn More

An approach to sensory concerns

November 3, 2016

An approach to sensory concerns

Many of the parents we serve through CITE express concern about stereotypical or repetitive behaviors that their children just cannot seem to stop doing Learn More

10 Questions with Jim Steffey

November 3, 2016

10 Questions with Jim Steffey

We were anxious to learn more about Jim Steffey, beyond his impressive resume. Here are 10 questions with Jim to help you get to know him a little better... Learn More

About Jim Steffey...

October 11, 2016

About Jim Steffey...

Jim has 20+ years of progressive leadership experience in clinical and administrative roles with responsibility for staffing, budgeting, QA, compliance, and policy/procedure development. His passion is creating innovative, quality programs to serve individuals with developmental disabilities. Learn More

Envision announces changes in leadership

October 7, 2016

Envision announces changes in leadership

After four years with Envision, our CEO Tricia Burke has tendered her resignation effective October 24, 2016. It is with gratitude for her service that the Envision Board accepts Tricia’s resignation for retirement. The Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Jim Steffey as the new CEO effective October 24th. Learn More

Welcome, Anne Rule!

October 6, 2016

Welcome, Anne Rule!

Envision is very pleased to introduce Anne Rule as the Director for our Supported Living program overseeing the services in our group homes and apartment settings in our Community Living program and services to families and individuals in our Family Supports program. Learn More

Halloween fun... for all!

October 4, 2016

Halloween fun... for all!

Halloween is just around the corner! Halloween can be one of the most fun and magical times of the year… but it can also present unique challenges. Below, Andrea Becker, CITE Skill Development Specialist, shares her tips for ensuring the Halloween season is fun for all! Learn More

Honoring Rena Sorensen

September 27, 2016

Honoring Rena Sorensen

Rena always made me feel like our family was being supported by smart and compassionate professionals truly engaged in helping Max reach his potential and keeping our family safe. I know what she has given our family. She has our gratitude... she is truly deserving of this award. Learn More

Honoring Tracey Burgoon

September 27, 2016

Honoring Tracey Burgoon

Tracey is being recognized because of her compassion and desire to incorporate people with developmental disabilities into the art and beauty of dance. I know that my experience only begins to touch on the difference Tracey has made for so many people. I can think of no better person... Learn More

My Envision Story: New doors have been opened

August 11, 2016

My Envision Story: New doors have been opened

Our son Logan is 5 years old; he is a fun loving child who loves swinging and playing on his iPad. His love for these things has been his motivation to learn new things. When Logan spends time developing skills, he earns time swinging or playing on his iPad. Learn More

Helpful Haircut Hints

August 8, 2016

Helpful Haircut Hints

For many families, going back to school is a lot of preparation…including probably getting a haircut. Sometimes haircuts can be a challenge, but there are things you can do to make it easier! Learn More

Envision expands Mental Health services

August 8, 2016

Envision expands Mental Health services

In an effort to provide valuable services to more individuals with disabilities and their families, Envision’s Mental Health Services have recently expanded. Learn More

November 15, 2013

Reduce. Reuse. ReSource!

Our friends at the ReSource Center recently featured our Building 6 transformation in their newsletter. Learn More

October 31, 2013

Future filled with dreams for people with developmental disabilities

Our President and CEO Tricia Burke was recently featured as a guest columnist in the Community Press publications. Read this eloquent column on the evolution of our society and our agency. Learn More

Much Ado featured on Local 12

September 26, 2013

Much Ado featured on Local 12

Envision CEO Tricia Burke and Event Coordinator Cassandra Clement were featured on Local 12's Good Morning Cincinnati to talk about our services and invite the community to Much Ado at the Zoo. Learn More




My daughter has learned so much by being there and because the staff work with her in the home as well, she has been able to transfer the great things she is learning at the Retreat Center into her home life.     
            
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