Recognizing that raising a child with a disability can create financial burdens for families, we work with each family to determine affordable, sliding-scale fees in many of our programs and identify community benefits that may offset all or part of the cost of services whenever possible.
Services provided by the Achievement Centers for Children are considered in-network for the following providers as of June, 2020.
- AETNA (via RPN)
- Medical Mutual
- United Healthcare Community Plan
- United Healthcare (commercial)
Click on the links below for information in the areas of health and human services and disabilities.
- The Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board of Cuyahoga County
- Autism Society of Ohio
- Autism Speaks
- Bright Beginnings
- The Center for Community Solutions
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
- Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities
- Cuyahoga Special Education Services Center
- DifferentNeedz.com (Buy and sell new and used special needs equipment, toys, devices)
- Downs Designs – Special Clothes for Special People
- Family Connections
- The Friendship Circle
- Help Me Grow
- Milestones Autism Organization
- National Institute of Mental Health
- Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities
- Red Treehouse
- Social Security Administration
- Starting Point
- United Way of Greater Cleveland
Read about Professor James J. Heckman‘s research that focuses on the economics of early childhood development. Professor Heckman is an expert in economics of human development, and a Nobel Memorial Prize winner in Economics. Watch his video “Why Early Investment Matters.” Heckman has proven that there are great economic gains to be had by investing in early childhood development.