Author Archives: Eric Bailey

Closing Out 2020: A Message from the Superintendent

As we all know, 2020 was a difficult year for many. We made it our priority to continue providing essential services for those with disabilities while adhering to new health and safety standards. In 2021, we plan to continue to adapt to our ever-changing world to ensure people with disabilities have the things they need to achieve their goals. Please watch John Trunk, the Summit DD Superintendent, deliver his end of year message to the community. Read More ›

Summit DD Becomes Grant Partner for Dementia Training

Summit County Public Health (SCPH) was recently awarded a one million dollar grant from the Federal Administration on Community Living – Alzheimer’s Disease Program Initiative to Communities. SCPH selected Summit DD and several other partner agencies “…to enhance and strengthen existing dementia capable home and community based services in Summit County and address the dementia-care program gaps,” according to the SCPH press release. Read More ›

Thanking Staff: The Heart of Summit DD Week #4

As we conclude our month long celebration of thanks…join us as we honor the final group of Summit DD staff with more than 20 years of dedicated service to Summit DD! Check out this week’s featured video below and photo slideshow. Also, in case you missed it, check out the video and photos from week one hereweek two here, and week three here. Read More ›

Thanking Staff: The Heart of Summit DD Week #3

Join us for the third week of thanking staff with more than 20 years of service at Summit DD! Every Friday in November we are showing thanks for the dedication and perseverance of our team members. Check out this week’s featured video below and photo slideshow. Also, in case you missed it, check out the video and photos from week one here, week two here, and the final week four here. Read More ›

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