Supplemental learning support for students with disabilities

Did you miss the Fall Application deadline? Complete an interest form to be added to our email list and receive updates on the future of Learning Aid Ohio.

¿Perdió la fecha límite para la solicitud de otoño? Llene el formulario de interés para ser agregado a nuestra lista de correo electrónico y reciba actualizaciones sobre el futuro de Learning Aid Ohio.

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Learning Aid Ohio aims to provide in-person, supplemental learning support for students with IEPs or 504 Plans.

Let us connect you with Learning Providers to help your student stay on track toward their academic goals, specific to their individual needs, based on the curriculum their traditional teacher sets.

How does it work for families?

You can browse our list of learning providers to find the assistance you need for your family for free. Our learning providers have completed background checks, and are willing and able to offer supplemental support during this unprecedented time.

You must fill out an application and be approved by DSACO to begin services. If you have more than one student with an IEP or 504 Plan, please apply for each student on a separate application. Note: If you are an approved family receiving a grant, you cannot apply to also be a provider.

Did you miss the Fall Application deadline? Complete an interest form to be added to our email list and receive updates on the future of Learning Aid Ohio.

¿Perdió la fecha límite para la solicitud de otoño? Llene el formulario de interés para ser agregado a nuestra lista de correo electrónico y reciba actualizaciones sobre el futuro de Learning Aid Ohio.

How does it work for learning providers?

Learning providers are able to apply through DSACO and if approved with supplied background check. Learning providers set their own rates of pay, typically commensurate with their education and experience. Please note: Learning Aid Ohio prohibits excessive rates that do not adhere to the intention of the programProviders must be willing to work in-person. If you have experience in, educational credentials in, and/or are good working with students with disabilities, we encourage you to apply.

You must fill out an application and be approved by DSACO to begin offering services. Please note: immediate family members, and those in the same household of an approved student, cannot apply to be providers.

Apply

You must be an Ohio resident.  Your child must be learning on an IEP or 504 Plan during the 2021-2022 school year. You must be experiencing financial hardship.

Interview

Once a member, you will have the ability to book an introductory interview with any learning provider for free.

Browse providers

View short bios and background information for all of our learning providers to see if one might be right for your family.

Book a session

When you find the learning provider that is right for your family, schedule lessons, pay for your sessions, and manage your bookings calendar right through this site.

 

Have questions?

Please look through the site and familiarize yourself with the content. We are confident you will find answers to your questions on the “Getting Started” and “Become a Provider” pages. If you still cannot find answers to your questions, please contact our program manager to let us know how we can help!