Services for Children and Families

Easterseals Redwood caters to the physical, emotional, and psychological needs of children and their families, giving them the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate a complex world, opening doors to opportunities.

Our programs not only enhance individual lives but also foster a more equitable and prosperous society where every child has the chance to thrive, and every family can find the support they need to overcome challenges and reach their full potential. It is a commitment to the brighter and more inclusive future we aspire to build together.

Early Childhood Education Programs

The right amount of stimulation, exploration, and quiet time will help your child develop the skills they need to advance to the next level.

Our degreed early childhood teachers provide preschool education to children with and without disabilities. Preschoolers follow a nationally-recognized curriculum for kindergarten readiness.

Special nursing services for children with complex medical needs in an all-inclusive quality learning environment. Skilled registered nurses and other specialized staff provide care as directed by each child’s personal physician.

We provide enriching activates for children and youth (ages 5-21) with medically complex conditions, both during and after school hours.

Disability Services

All infants and children with disabilities deserve the opportunity to have a strong start in life so they can reach their fullest potential. Our programs are carefully designed to do just that.

Our Fort Mitchell, KY campus is one of five regional assistive technology resource centers in Kentucky, known as KATS. The mission is to make assistive technology easily obtainable for people of any age and/or disability.

Therapy Services

The first three years of a child’s life plays a crucial role in development. We can help to ensure they reach important developmental milestones through play and instructional programs designed by our developmental interventionists. and therapists.

Our speech-language pathologists evaluate, diagnose, and treat speech, language, communication, and swallowing disorders in children and adults. We work in tandem with families and caregivers to ensure that the individual receiving therapy is receiving the supports that are needed to achieve independence.

Our goal is to enhance each person’s ability to move and perform functional activities in their daily lives by following a comprehensive assessment and then tailoring a program to fit the needs of each individual.

Our skilled occupational therapists help individuals learn how to handle everyday tasks at school, work, and at home to the very best of their abilities.

Our board-certified behavior analysts and registered behavior technicians provide important support to individuals – both children and adults.