Special Notice!

Beginning May 21, Bogart Rd will be closed between Kingsley Circle West and Galloway Rd. Visitors to the Board will have to utilize the Hull Road to Galloway Road detour. This closure will be in effect through June 15, or until work has been completed.

Mission

The mission of the Erie County Board of Developmental Disabilities is to:
Inspire, empower and support individuals and their families.

Vision

Individuals will achieve personal success.

Values

  1. Integrity and Trust
  2. Mutual Respect
  3. Equality
  4. Collaboration and Teamwork
  5. Personal Responsibility

News

May FIN & FAN Meeting May 22nd

May FIN & FAN Meeting May 22nd

The May 8th meeting has been cancled.  The May 22nd meeting is still on, please RSVP. Thank you!

Ohio Technology First Council

Learn about the Ohio Technology First Council by clicking here. Read the Council's final report on Recommendations to Exapnad the Use of Supportive Technology, by clicking here to open a pdf. What Director Martin Explains Ohio Tech First Council Work below.

We get this question often... WHAT IS A DSP?

We get this question often... WHAT IS A DSP? Here's a great video that shows how rewarding and flexible this career opportunity can be...   Click the following link to learn more or to sign up to become a DSP: https://www.dspdirectory.com/

#DSPLevelUp

#DSPLevelUp

The Department of Ohio Developmental Disiblities is having a campaing called #DSPLevelUp to encourge direct servcie providers with two years of expereince to take 60 hours of additional training to earn up to $1 more per hour.  DODD is offering 130 hours of free online training so agency and independent DSPS can earn more with the new training alongevity add-on.  See below for more information. Good news! Providers can LEVEL UP with this new rate if they've been a direct service provider for two years and take this FREE training. Start here: http://bit.ly/2oMJF2h #DSPLevelUp     Are you a DSP who...

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