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What’s New In Nursing

The County Board serves as a clinical and community experience site for physicians in training. Medical students learn valuable information on caring for individuals with disabilities. The individuals served by the County Board have the opportunity to educate the medical students from Ohio University on their special needs. Brian McCulloch is an excellent educator. Dr….read more

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Word Of The Month…Opportunity

Atco Adult program believes that all persons, regardless of their disability, have the right to enjoy the same full range of life experiences that others in our community enjoy. We believe that each person who desires to live and work in their community can be successful. We believe the community should be accessible to all…read more

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Personnel Plus is being sponsored on WOUB Radio

Personnel Plus is being sponsored on WOUB Radio by area businesses for the tenth consecutive year. This year’s sponsors are Diagnostic Hybrids, Carpenter and Associates and Ed Map. Each one of these businesses sponsored Personnel Plus to be on the air for 365 days. This form of advertising has been and continues to be one…read more

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The Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities Seeks Your Ideas!

Family Forums … Coming in June to Six Locations, Statewide You are invited to attend a Family Forum featuring an informative presentation on Ohio’s budget, by DODD Director John Martin. County Board Superintendents, service providers, and family members will share and ask for ideas about how we can manage – but do more – with…read more

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June is Service and Support Administration Month!

Greetings from Lavelle Road!! We have a new SSS on board, Sunday Franklin. She is not new to the DD world. Sunday worked for APSI, covering Athens County for six years prior to coming to the County Board. Sunday is married, has two children and lives in Cheshire, Ohio. Sunday states she is looking forward…read more

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Thank You

A special THANKS to Letha Conner and Alania Monk for their efforts in obtaining a $3,000 grant through the Ohio Elks Association Cerebral Palsy Project. The money was awarded through the Nelsonville Elks Lodge #543, in addition to a donation of physical therapy equipment valued at approximately $3,000. Our heart felt appreciation to the Elks…read more

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