Family Child Learning Center – Helping Children with Learning Disabilities – OHIO

Address: 143 Northwest Avenue, Building A
Tallmadge, OH
Phone: (330) 633-2055 Fax: (330) 6332658 Website:

The Family Child Learning Center located in Tallmadge, Ohio is a training and research program dedicated to helping children with learning disabilities and their families. The Family Child Learning Center (FCLC) is collaboration between Kent State University and Akron Children’s Hospital, and has been providing innovative services to young children with developmental disabilities since 1980.

The FCLC provides services to 150 children and their families each year while training and supervising 20-25 undergraduate and graduate students.

The FCLC is dedicated to providing developmental services to young children with developmental concerns and their families. The FCLC does this by training parents, professionals, and students. FCLC utilizes quality programs, behaviors, and experiences that meet the needs of young children with developmental concerns.  FCLC conducts research on what practices and training are successful in enhancing development in young children and then is able to use that research to promote innovative ways to help children with developmental concerns.
Finally, FCLC works with similar organizations and the established early intervention system to promote constant improvement in services to children and their families.

Services Provided:
Intervention services for children experiencing or at risk for developmental delays; research and training families for and children with disabilities.

Jerry Mahoney
Family Child Learning Center
143 Northwest Avenue Building A
Tallmadge, OH 44278

Kent State University
PO Box 5190
Kent, OH 44242-0001
Phone: 330-633-2055
Fax: 330-633-2658


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