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  Increasing Access and Opportunity for Ohioans with Disabilities By: Ohio Treasurer Robert Sprague Each October, Americans observe National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) – a time to recognize and celebrate the contributions and accomplishments of workers with disabilities. NDEAM also highlights the importance and benefits of inclusive workplaces. This year’s theme is “Increasing Access and Opportunity,” a fitting one … Read More

Darke County Early Intervention Continues to Serve Families Through the Pandemic

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The Darke County Early Intervention staff continues to meet weekly to serve families through this pandemic. We are continuing to take referrals at this time for children 0-3 years of age. If you have concerns about your child’s development, please call 937-548-4196 ext.212 to schedule a meeting with the Early Intervention team. (Pictured above is the Early Intervention Service Coordinators … Read More

Darke DD Monthly Board Meeting to be held via Zoom

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Monthly Board Meeting to be held via Zoom In response to COVID-19 guidance from the State of Ohio, the Darke DD Monthly Board Meeting for the month of April 2o20 will take place via Zoom and will be broadcast on both Darke DD’s YouTube Channel and Facebook page. Viewers can attend the monthly meeting virtually using the information below. Date: … Read More

Health Passport

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Health Passport The Health Passport is a fill-able PDF form detailing the medical history and accommodations needs of a person served who contracts COVID-19 and must be admitted to an emergency room without being accompanied by a parent, guardian, or DSP. Click here to download the Health Passport form.

Darke DD COVID-19 Update

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We want to inform you of our efforts to maintain the highest quality of service while navigating the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak. As the situation with the coronavirus continues to unfold, we have made the decision to transition most of our staff to working remotely and thus reducing the risk of spread of infections. We continue to monitor both the outbreak and … Read More