Archives by Month: September 2014

Summit DD Launches New Brand, Website

After 47 years of supporting adults and children with developmental disabilities in Summit County, Summit County Board of Developmental Disabilities announces its new logo, brand and website featuring an intuitive, user-friendly navigation with additional resources for families and citizens.

“It was important to the Agency and the Board that we collect input from our stakeholders during the rebranding process”, stated Superintendent John Trunk. “We wanted to find out if our customers agreed that a fresh brand was needed, what visual images would portray the value that Summit DD brings to their lives.”

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Child Guidance & Family Solutions

Summit DD collaborates with local organizations to meet the needs of families. Child Guidance & Family Solutions (CG&FS) is one of these community resources. The agency is dedicated to ensuring that children with intellectual, emotional or behavioral challenges and their families have the necessary tools to lead stronger and healthier lives.  Read More ›

Screening for Success: Common Ages and Stages

Milestones provide important clues about your child’s development. While every child is different, below is a guide to a few of the common milestones for different age groups. Find your child’s age and check each milestone that your child is able to successfully accomplish. Read More ›

Major Unusual Incidents Definitions

Major Unusual Incidents: Classification and Definitions

Timely reporting of MUI’s help improve the quality of services for those we support and help keep them safe.  Our MUI team is here to help you understand what to report and when.  All roles and responsibilities of County Board staff and providers can be found in the MUI Rule.  Also, check out the Department of Developmental Disabilities Health and Safety Toolkit for resources tailored for families, county board, and providers.  If you still have questions please contact us.

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