Welcome to the Ohio Developmental Disabilities Council
The Ohio Developmental Disabilities Council (ODDC) is a planning and advocacy body committed to community inclusion for people with developmental disabilities. ODDC is funded under the Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act, Public Law 106-402. ODDC is a partner within the Ohio DD Network.
Learn more about ODDC:
DD Council releases new brochure. Download DD Council's new brochure that describes what DD Council does and how to become a member. Download the brochure (PDF file).
ODDC currently has funding available for two Employment initiatives. For more information, read the NOFAs at www.ddsuite.org/grants/current_nofas.php?state=OH. The NOFA includes the specific details about the available funding and how to apply. The proposals are due 10/15/14. The grants will begin 1/1/15. Questions? Contact Leslie Paull at 614-644-5542 or Leslie.email@example.com.
Diversity newsletter now available: The August edition of DD Council's ReachOut e-Diversity News newsletter is now available. Read about health challenges facing Ohioans with disabilities; the importance of communication and quality healthcare; what you should know about Section 503; and a spotlight on DD Council member Kimberly Stults.
ODDC wants to hear from you! We are developing our next Five Year State Plan. Please take a few minutes to complete a short survey to help us create a plan that reflects what Council should focus on to fund projects that will better meet the needs of Ohioans with disabilities. Take the survey online - and please share with others!
Read more announcements from the What's New section.
Ohio Developmental Disabilities Council