The 2020 annual report is now posted and available for review. Take a look at the report under the About Us tab to see all of the great accomplishments we made during 2020.
Fayette County Board of Developmental Disabilities began 2021 with changes in board membership, with the completion of terms for two members, and the addition of two to fill the vacancies. Janelle Mead served on the board for twelve years from the beginning of 2009 through the end of 2020. During her time on the board,
Fayette County Board of DD extends a sincere thanks to the Fayette County Public Health Department for holding a vaccine clinic yesterday for our individuals, provider staff and county board staff. The nurses and EMTs that assisted in the clinic did an exceptional job with our individuals and the clinic ran in a well-organized and
Educators and school staff have shown resilience, persistence, and passion in adapting to the challenges of a pandemic so that our kids can continue to learn and thrive. Thank an educator by slowing the spread of COVID-19. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3nRSQNz #MaskUpFayCo
Fayette Progressive Preschool AM classes are cancelled for 12/2/20. PM classes are still scheduled to be held at this time. Please plan accordingly.
AM and PM preschool classes are cancelled due to weather. Be safe and have fun!
The Fayette County Board of Developmental Disabilities is offering a new program for Fayette County high school students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This new program is being offered through our current partnership with OOD (Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities). Pre-Employment Transition Services or Pre-Ets , is for any student that is at least 14
Fayette, Pickaway, and Ross Counties received a DODD Grant aimed to develop a plan to provide better outreach and communication to families that receive services from their County Board of DD. Part of the beginning stages of this grant is collecting input from families that will help shape cross-county policies, procedures and practices as the
Record Herald highlights new program at SSCC for training opportunities for individuals with disabilities.
A new program is being started at Southern State Community College (SSCC) for those with intellectual disabilities. Although this new program will be housed at the Hillsboro campus, individuals from all over are welcome to take part — including those in Fayette County. The new program is titled “College to Career Experience” or CCE for
Due to the recent increase in spread of the Coronavirus in Fayette County, we have now been elevated to red status on the State of Ohio Alert system. The Fayette County Health Department has put together helpful information on what this level means and how we can help slow the spread of the virus. Please