THE MCBDD IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE… Tricia Perry will be joining the MCBDD on July 9 as our new Community Education Specialist, in this position; Tricia will be cultivating relationships with community agencies, employers, schools, civic groups, media personnel and service agencies, planning special events for the agency, and maintaining the webpage and social …
FREE PROGRAMS Come have fun learning the basics of wheelchair tennis, softball, lacrosse, and track. Equipment provided. For more information, please contact Cara Hahn at 330-985-0085 or by email at Cara.Hahn@AdaptiveSportsOhio.org
Semi-Annual Benchmark Report Please follow the link below to view the semi-annual benchmark report we must provide to DODD as part of our downsizing efforts. This report is required under OAC 5123:2-9-11 (D)(2)(3). Mahoning Semi-annual Benchmark Progress Report – December 2017
Please find below the Calendar of Activities for December 2017. You may also view this file as a PDF by following the link below Download the PDF File December 2017
The MCBDD will be closed on Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24 for the Thanksgiving Holiday. All programs will resume on Monday, November 27. Please have a happy, healthy, safe holiday.
Thursday, Nov. 9 at 6:30 p.m. Location: DSAV Center for Success Presenter: Adam Coppock, Financial Advisor, Prudential Advisors, Columbiana Lecture is open to all parents, family members and caregivers of those with Down syndrome in our region. Due to space constraints, lectures are ADULT only. Please email email@example.com by November 7 to reserve your spot.
You Are Invited to attend the open house to celebrate 50 years of programs Who Mahoning County Board of DD What 50th Anniversary Open House When Wednesday, October 25 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM Where Leonard Kirtz School 4801 Woodridge Drive, Austintown OH 44515… Why To honor and look back on fifty years of service …
20-year-old Dakota Kettering was found early Saturday morning and is safe. Thank you to all the volunteers that searched, Social Media posts and assistance from law enforcement officers who helped bring this situation to a successful outcome.