Posts Categorized: News

Congrats Team Atco!!

On February 13th TEAM ATCO took the plunge! We raised around $750 dollars for Special Olympics and to complete the fundraiser we jumped into lake Snowden on the coldest day of the year so far…It was 5 degrees with the wind chill factored in. The Team was led by Captain Autumn Bycofski, Marilyn Tucker raised…read more

March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

“Our Community is Better Together” is the theme for Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month 2012. The Athens County Board of Developmental Disabilities and other related organizations celebrate Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month every March and invite you to consider the true meaning of this year’s theme, “Our Community is Better Together.” Statewide, and across the nation, organizations…read more

Meet our new Adult Programs Habilitation Manager at ATCO! – Mark Cullison

Greetings to all ACBDD Staff I’d like to take this opportunity to introduce myself and give you a short background on my employment history. I got my start in developmental disabilities back in the 1980’s when I worked for the Association for the Developmentally Disabled in Columbus; first in direct care and then as a…read more

DAC Scoop

We have started to wrap up our gardening for the year, the picture we share is of Jeff M. washing a few carrots we harvested from our raised beds that were built from funding through the Athens Foundation As the weather begins to cool and we are unable to venture outdoors much, the Developmental Activity…read more

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

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