As a nonprofit organization that receives no government funding, we rely on the generosity of private donors to help keep our programs affordable. Our programs help individuals reach physical and emotional goals while overcoming their individual challenges! Youth programs are required for children to learn how to function properly in their society, AMA focuses on teaching our children how to strive and succeed as children so they can be successful adults.
4640 Fort Amanda Rd.
Lima, OH 45805
"She was so excited to come draw today! I'm amazed at what she's been able to do since joining this program. She has more legible writing and is creating artwork that is easy to depict. My practically blind child is creating work that she's proud of and WANTS to sit down and draw things independently!"
-Lesley Rumschlag (Mom)
Hannah has a neurological disorder called Rett Syndrome, and has been an AMA student for four years. The disorder has a range of neuropsychiatric abnormalities including motor dysfunctions and mild to severe cognitive impairment.
When Hannah first started AMA she was unable to use her hands independently. "Hannah has grown & blossomed in the years she has been with AMA. Her confidence, as well as her hand strength, has grown significantly!" -Karen (Mom).
In this video you can see Hannah practicing her right to left brain synchronization, processing and fine motor skills. During a typical session she can also be found practicing her organization, life skills and IEP goals!
Above- June, 2016
Below- June 2013