Our Services

Services include everything from early intervention programs for infants and toddlers, to transition services for school-age youth, to work and recreational activities for adults of all ages.

Eligibility for Services

The County Board uses the WestCON COG to conduct eligibility determinations. Eligibility for services is completed through DODD assessment tools called an OEDI (Ohio Eligibility Determination Instrument; for 16 years and older) and a COEDI (Children’s Ohio Eligibility Determination Instrument; for 6 years to 15 years of age). For infants from 0 to age 3, the Early Intervention team and Help Me Grow conduct the eligibility determination.

For more information regarding eligibility determination or to request services, please contact Vicki May, Eligibility/Intake Coordinator at 419-629-2419 ext. 100.

At Auglaize County Board of DD, we believe in an individual-first approach. That means our services and support are based on each person’s needs and desires.

Our vision is for all those in our community with developmental disabilities to thrive educationally, vocationally and socially.

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Ian’s Mom

By |November 27th, 2019|Categories: Community Inclusion, Individual Support Services, News & Events|Tags: , , , , , |

A Real Life Story of Change   One of our County Board staff's favorite sessions from OCALICON 2019 was the opportunity to hear Ian Graschinsky's mother, Sheila, tell the history behind the creation [...]

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Auglaize Employer Boasts Inclusive Workforce

By |November 7th, 2019|Categories: Employment, Individual Support Services, News & Events|Tags: , , , , , |

Heritage Center Considers All Abilities When Hiring It is clear from watching Dawn Guillozet talk about her newest hires that she is happy for her employees and proud of the workplace environment she is creating. [...]

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Katie and Cody: A Gal and Her Goat

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

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. [...]

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