Archives by Month: January 2016

Payee FAQs: A Practical Guide to Managing Social Security Benefits

What is a Payee?
According to the Social Security Administration, a representative payee is a person or organization appointed to receive the Social Security or SSI benefits for anyone who can’t manage their own benefits. It can be a friend or family member or organizational payee. When choosing a payee consider choosing someone the beneficiary feels will support them in participating in managing their money. Read More ›

Partnering for Families

Summit DD believes that all children and families should have access to quality, inclusive child care. Our Community Partnership for Inclusion (CPI) program supports a variety of child care options in communities across Summit County. From children who need a little extra support to be successful in the classroom to little ones with specialized medical needs, our trained staff can help families find support in a child care site convenient to them. Read More ›

Winter Activities Guide

Don’t let the cold weather keep you inside the house this winter. There are so many fun activities happening in Summit County this season that the whole family will enjoy. Get bundled up and check them out!

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