Board of Developmental Disabilities
Administrative Offices: 1154 Larc Lane, Toledo, OH 43614
Phone: 419-380-4000 Fax: 419-380-5136
To contact the Superintendent follow this link.
Follow this link to report abuse or neglect.
Board approves Action Plan for 2013
The 2013 Action Plan outlines steps that will be taken in 2013 to ensure that vital services and supports are available to individuals with developmental disabilities so they can pursue lives that are meaningful to them. The Board, in identifying goals and priorities, will be mindful of population trends, the changing needs of individuals and their families as they progress through the various stages of life, as well as political and social outlooks. Read the Plan.
Board of DD awarded three-year
The Lucas County Board of Developmental Disabilities has received major recognition for its efforts help individuals with disabilities find employment in community-based settings. The Board of DD was awarded a three-year accreditation by CARF International, a nonprofit accreditor of health and human services founded in 1966.
“This achievement is an indication of your organization’s dedication and commitment to improving the lives of the persons served,” said Brian J. Boon, President of CARF International." Read more
Lucas County Commissioners
Recognize CARF Certification
Lucas County Commissioners present the Certificate of Recognition to Superintendent John Trunk.
Read the Certificate
Preferred Properties celebrates
20 years of success and making a difference
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to read the latest newsletter.
Welcome! is a quarterly publication that will introduce you to individuals, businesses, and opportunities in our area that offer an especially "welcoming" atmosphere for everyone, including those with develop-mental disabilities.
More chapters have been produced
in the "Story Tellers" series.
People with developmental disabilities, and those who care about them, talk about their lives. View the videos in Volume 4.
New name, but services and eligibility remain the same
Why the name change? Despite changes in laws to protect people with disabilities, the R-word – retardation or retard – is a constant reminder of the many negative stereotypes that mask the true talents and capabilities of people with disabilities. Read more.
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