Carroll County Board of Developmental Disabilities
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Preschool Intervention Specialist (Teacher) position available
One full time Preschool Intervention Specialist (Teacher) position for the 2019-2020 school year is available with the CCBDD at Carroll Hills School located at 2167 Kensington Road NE, Carrollton.
The position requires the individual to possess one of the following (in accordance with rule 3301-24-05 of the Administrative Code):
(a) A valid intervention specialist license or education of the handicapped certificate with an endorsement in pre-kindergarten special needs or early education of the handicapped;
(b) A valid pre-kindergarten certificate or endorsement or an early childhood license with an endorsement in pre-kindergarten special needs or early education of the handicapped; or
(c) A valid early childhood intervention specialist license.
Please send cover letter and resume by April 18, 2019 to:
PO Box 429
Carrollton, Ohio 44615
Attention: Amy Swaim
Superintendent, Matt Campbell Remarks...
The Board is very busy this time of year. We are working on our three year strategic plan that will begin January 1, 2019. The public hearing will be held on October 2, 2018 at
6:00 PM at the Board Offices. We are excited about implementing the new plan since we listened to you and crafted the plan based around sixty two completed surveys. Our new vision is an integrated community.
The Board will utilize all its resources to give people with disabilities opportunities to work, live, socialize, play and truly be part of the Carroll County community.
We are also diligently preparing for the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities accreditation review which will be in January of 2019. The Board has to follow rule requirements of
increase self-advocacy, increase integration, increase community employment, increase providers, decrease waiting list, and review all new independent providers within sixty days. The community employment
program continues to grow and have success with twenty five job placements. The Board contracted with Mid-East Ohio Regional Council for a staff to support, recruit, train and educate local providers. We are looking at
ways to improve self-advocacy, community integration and provider support which may include hiring new staff or redeploying current staff.
The Board will have a 3.6 mill ten year operational renewal levy on the ballot November 6, 2018. This means your taxes will not increase. The Board intends to operate at the current tax level for the next ten years.
The ballot language is as follows: A renewal of a tax for the benefit of CARROLL COUNTY for the purpose of THE OPERATION OF COMMUNITY PROGRAMS AND SERVICES AUTHORIZED BY COUNTY BOARDS OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
(CARROLL HILLS PROGRAM), FOR THE ACQUISITION, CONSTRUCTION, RENOVATION, FINANCING, MAINTENANCE, AND OPERATION OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES FACILITIES OR FOR BOTH OF SUCH PURPOSES, at a rate not exceeding 3.6 mills for
each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to thirty-six cents ($0.36) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for ten (10) years, commencing in 2019, first due in calendar year 2020.
We've recently mailed a Carroll County Board of DD Community Report Card to Carroll County residents. In 2008, we served 255 individuals with disabilities. In 2017, we served 306 individual with disabilities.
In 2018, the number increased again, we are currently serving 314 individuals with disabilities. The need for Board services continues to grow as evident by the numbers we are serving. We thank you for your continued
support because your tax dollars and all the wonderful support received from local businesses and community members really does make a difference in the life of a person with disabilities!
FANS Network of Carroll County, Friends, Allies & Neighbors
A community network of people helping people
We are really excited to present FANS Network to Carroll County. Ultimately, FANS is a great way to build relationships,
connections and communities and is an easy way of meeting a need on a more personal level. We are looking for
members that would like to volunteer their time, skill, trade, knowledge and/or donations.
Upon joining FANS Network, your email address will be added and contacted every time someone in need is identified.
If you cannot help simply delete the email or forward to someone who may be interested.
If the need is something you can assist with just reply back letting us know how you''d like to proceed and we will be in contact.
Identified needs could range from someone looking for donations of household items, transportation to and from church,
families in need because of loss of job or fire, light home repairs, lawn mowing, meal makers and much more.
For more information see our brochure below or if you are ready to volunteer, contact JoAnn. We'd love to add you to our members list!
FANS Membership Form
FANS Friends in Need Form
Disability Rights Ohio sues the state
A lawsuit was anounced at the end of March against the state of OHio, Ohio Dept. of DD, Ohio Dept of Medicaid, and Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities.
Read more of this article from The Columbus Dispatch
P.O. Box 429
540 High Street N.W.
Carrollton, Ohio 44615
Carroll Hills2167 Kensington Rd.
Family & Children's
Carrollton, OH 44615