The Nisonger Center. "Making a Difference"

About Nisonger

The Ohio State University Nisonger Center was founded in 1966, among the first group of federally funded University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. We are widely respected for our interdisciplinary research, education and clinical services. The Nisonger Center is proud to be part of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and Office of Health Sciences. We have a strong and dynamic team of researchers, clinicians, teachers, staff and trainees who strive to improve the lives of persons with disabilities and their families across the lifespan.

Recent News

New Playground Initiative

This year Nisonger Center is embarking on an exciting initiative to build a new playground for our Early Childhood Education Program. This new playground will span more than 12,000 square feet directly outside of our facility and cost more than $300,000.

However, we can only make this playground a reality for our children with your help. By supporting our playground campaign, you will be giving children with special needs the opportunity to learn, laugh and play in an accessible environment conducive to their development.

Upcoming Events

Early Childhood Education Program Raffle Drawing!

You could win a pair of OSU Football Tickets for only $5!!

APRIL 29th – Early Childhood Education Program Raffle Drawing! For only $5 you could win a pair of football tickets to the Undisputed National Champion Buckeyes season opener!!  See the attached flyer for details and contact our ECE program to purchase tickets and/or get a group of tickets to sell!! Proceeds benefit the Nisonger Center Playground Campaign. 

See Halle or Anjanette in McCampbell Hall, room 275 or call 614-685-3191 to purchase your tickets today!!