Behavior Support Strategies Training – Online
The first module in the Behavior Support Strategies series reviews the new rule (5123:2-2-06), the principles of person-centered planning, restricted and prohibited measures, and the roles and responsibilities of QIDPs, Human Rights Committees and DODD. This module takes 20-30 minutes to complete, and is free and open to the public. Additional modules will be available on the Training page of DODD’s website.
Customer Relationship Management/Individual Data System Training – Online
Training on the new Individual Data System (IDS) application/Customer Relationship Management (CRM) now is available. If you use IDS, you are encouraged to complete this training, including Login and search, Creating a new record, Edit information and Individual Transfer Record (ITR). If you have questions about the IDS training, send an email to IDS.Support@dodd.ohio.gov.
Conferences and Events
The Arc of Ohio Fall Conference – October 1
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) at 25: The Past, The Present & The Future – October 23
Services for Independent Living, Inc. (SIL) will present The Americans with Disabilities Act at 25: The Past, The Present & The Future from 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. on October 23 in Warrensville Heights. Cost is $35 per person. Read the event brochure for more information and registration details.
OCALICON – November 18-20
OCALICON is November 18-20 in Columbus. The conference is a face-to-face gathering of national leaders, educators, parents, service providers, self-advocates, scholars, and policy makers to examine common concerns and share proven solutions that address issues faced by individuals with autism and low-incidence disabilities across their lifespan. Learn more and register online.
In the News
- Developmentally disabled adults often abused and ignored, The Columbus Dispatch © September 6, 2015
- Developmental Disabilities of Clark County finds homes for residents, Springfield News-Sun © September 7, 201
- AG DeWine names advisory committee for crime victims with disabilities, The Columbus Dispatch © September 8, 2015