Resources include Early Intervention, Medicaid programs, and jobs programs to help Ohioans with disabilities to achieve quality employment and independence.
There are no restrictions for motorized wheelchairs on public hunting grounds.
No, print outs are no longer offered, but Medical Administration Certifications can be verified at any time online.
Use the Long-Term Care Consumer Guide to search for assisted living, nursing homes, supportive living, and residential treatment facilities near you. Includes results of the resident's survey.
You can also contact the Long-term Care Ombudsman Program at (800) 282-1206 for help finding services near you.
If you need help deciding whether your or a loved one needs assistance at home or in another setting, please contact your Area Agency on Aging for a free, personalized assessment.
To learn about becoming a provider for people with developmental disabilities, see the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities information for new providers.
In most cases, contacting your county Board of Developmental Disabilities is the quickest and easiest way to report a health and safety concern. Please notify local law enforcement when appropriate.
You may also utilize the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities online complaint form or call (866) 313-6733 to report abuse, neglect and theft occurring to an individual with a developmental disability.
The state park resort lodges, along with newer state park facilities and older facilities that have been renovated, offer a variety of accessible features. In several state parks, various outdoor recreation facilities, such as fishing piers, launch ramps, trails, picnic sites and campsites are accessible. For information on accessible facilities, please contact the park of interest or see general information on accessible facilities.