Resources

Programs, services, and support events are provided with from generous donations and money raised through fundraising events like the annual 5K Walk, Run, & Roll.

Here are some of the Programs Services and Support Events COSBA offers:

  • Annual Summer Picnic
  • Annual Winter Holiday Party
  • Welcome packages for Parents with new babies, which include educational resources and support contact information.
  • Annual 5K Walk, Run, & Roll Fundraiser.
  • Financial assistance for medical equipment and supplies, accessible camp registration fees, home and car modifications and related expenses all subject to approval and available funds.

COSBA is a volunteer based organization run solely by dedicated individuals donating their time and resources.

If you are interested in volunteering or to offer a contribution, please contact us!

Resources

There are many opportunities for children and adults with disabilities such as Spina Bifida in the Central Ohio area. Whether it is sports, therapy, education, extra curricular activities, or information about Spina Bifida, you will find some of these resources helpful. This is a very short list; if you have anything to add, please contact us!

Camps and Extra Curricular Activities

Recreation Unlimited Camp – www.recreationunlimited.org
Miracle League – ohiomiracleleague.org/
Columbus Top Soccer: columbustopsoccer.com/
Sled Hockey – ohiosledhockey.org
Equine therapy – equineassistedtherapy.org
Special needs tumble class – iyoowee.com
Cheerleading – thecheercenter.com
Challenger Baseball League – littleleague.org/divisions/challenger.asp
The Adaptive Adventure Sports Coalition – taasc.org
Dancing Wheels – gggreg.com
Special Olympics – specialolympics.org

Assistance Dogs
Canine Companions located in Delaware, Oh – caninecompanions.org

Therapy Services
Children’s Hospital – nationwidechildrens.org
Allied Therapy (614) 414-5437
Easter Seals – easterseals.com

Books
Living with Spina Bifida by Adrian Sandler
Children with Spina Bifida A Parent’s Guide by Marlene Lutkenhof
A Parent’s Guide to Spina Bifida by Beth-Ann Bloom
Managing Secondary Conditions of Spina Bifida by Kelli D. Grogan