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Katie and Cody: A Gal and Her Goat

Childhood Passion Continues into Adulthood If you spent time at the Auglaize County Fair recently, especially near the goat barn, there's a good chance you've came across Katie Fledderjohann of New Knoxville throughout the years. As a young girl, Katie showed many of the goats raised by her family as her annual 4-H project. As [...]

By |August 22nd, 2018|Individual Support Services, News & Events|

65 Years of Support: Empower

No Slowing Down for Laura Laura Boice at her home in St. Marys. At age 88, you'd think Laura Boice of St. Marys, would be ready to slow down. After spending a little time with her, however, you realize just the opposite is true. Laura says she was institutionalized at the age of [...]

By |June 18th, 2018|Individual Support Services, News & Events|

Vocational Habilitation: Meaningful Services on the Path to Employment

Rule Changes Focus on Competitive Integrated Employment It was not so long ago that the path to employment for people with developmental disabilities looked the same for everyone; finish high school or transitional programming and move right into receiving adult services at a sheltered workshop. Over the last several years, however, the landscape along the [...]

By |April 25th, 2018|Individual Support Services, News & Events|

Auglaize DD Recognizes Area Employers

Month-long Celebration of National Disability Employment Awareness Concludes Julie Herbst reads a resolution from the Auglaize County Commissioners to members of the Auglaize DD Board during the October 16th meeting. From a resolution signed by the Auglaize County Commissioners to the presentation of certificates to 16 area employers, October was a busy month [...]

By |October 31st, 2017|Individual Support Services, News & Events|