Night at the Museum 3
      for Explorers of All Ages

      Come EXPLORE events from Ohio History and meet the people who shaped them! Join us for an All-Abilities Family Friendly Night at the Museum! 
      Saturday, January 26, 2019

      6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

      Ohio History Connection
      800 E. 17th Ave,
      Columbus, OH 43211
      Watch Ohio history come to life by Shopworks Theatre Company!
      We have exciting new characters and activities this year!


      Admission $5 per Family
      Participants must be accompanied by an adult or caregiver at all times for this event.

      ***Photo Release for this event!

      By registering for this event I am specifically granting permission to Autism Society Central Ohio and Ohio History Connection to use photographs taken at this event to be used, in any form, for the purpose of advertising or communicating the purposes and activities of Autism Society Central Ohio. Autism Society Central Ohio is granted the right to utilize the aforesaid, likeness, photograph or words in television, radio, film, newspapers, magazines, website or any other media to further Autism Society Central Ohio's charitable purpose under the Internal Revenue Code.



      Scholarships Available Upon Request

      We see things differently!

      If you, too, see things differently, help us show the world how good different can be.

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      Thanks to everyone
      - who ran, walked, volunteer and made donations!
      Another great event!
      Delaware Turkey Trot
      Thanksgiving Morning
      100% of the Proceeds from this Race are Donated back to ASCO!
      Information on Ohio House Bill 115
      Effective Date: August 1, 2018
      HB 115 provides Ohio residents with communication disabilities with the opportunity to register their drivers license or license plate numbers with the Bureau of Motor Vehicles. The information would then appear on the Law Enforcement Agencies Data System (LEADS) to afford law enforcement officers notice of that disability prior to making a traffic stop. It is hoped that this will promote effective communication and prevent misunderstandings between a law enforcement officer and a driver or passenger with a communication disability.
      R.C. §3304.23 defines a communication disability as a human condition involving an impairment in the human's ability to receive, send, process, or comprehend concepts or verbal, nonverbal, or graphic symbol systems that may result in a primary disability or may be secondary to other disabilities. A disability that can impair communication is defined as a human condition with symptoms that can impair the human's ability to receive, send, process, or comprehend concepts or verbal, nonverbal, or graphic symbol systems.
      R.C. §5502.08 specifies that the information in the communication disability database is not a public record.
      Registration for the database is completely voluntary. Individuals, parents or guardians may complete the registration form. A section of the form must also be completed by a licensed physician, psychiatrist or psychologist prior to its submission to the BMV.


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