A project of the Educational Service Center of Central Ohio, OCALI’s mission is to develop state- and system-wide capacity to improve outcomes for people diagnosed with ASD and other low-incidence disabilities through leadership, professional development, technical assistance, collaboration, and technology.
People diagnosed with autism and low-incidence disabilities have the opportunity for a high quality of life – for their entire lives.
Building capacity by increasing practitioners knowledge and applied skills while strengthening and focusing policies, structures, and resources that serve individuals, families and professionals.
- Research, develop, and deploy best practices
- Consult and collaborate
- Inforum public policy
OCALI’s Six Centers
- Universal Design for Learning Center
- Assistive Technology Center
- Teaching Diverse Learners Center
- Family Center
- Autism Center
- Lifespan Transitions Center