A child’s path to success begins long before school starts. Often, developmental delays are not recognized until elementary school or later. For instance, if your child is not walking, talking, or meeting other developmental milestones like children their same age, or if your child has a medical condition which might be causing their development to be delayed, you may feel overwhelmed and not know where to start. Good news, Summit DD can help!
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Learn more about a new Summit DD middle school learning experience, plus read informative articles about our recent three-year accreditation, a summer bingo program with Akron Public Library, and a successful teen transition program.
In 2017, Summit DD launched an innovative partnership focused on helping young adults with developmental disabilities prepare for the professional world once they graduate. The Transition Services for Youth program began as test pilot and has evolved into a successful and sustainable initiative that greatly impacts young adults in Summit County. Read More ›
Over the past year, Summit DD has been developing an essential learning opportunity for middle school students. “It’s designed to teach inclusion, kindness and acceptance,” shared Summit DD Early Childhood Support Specialist Lucy Boss. Read More ›