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Latest DODD Guidance and Resources for Early Intervention and Adult Day Services

       March 25, 2020

Latest DODD Guidance and Resources

The Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD) remains dedicated to health and public safety as the department responds to coronavirus (COVID-19).

Here are the latest guidance messages and resources from DODD.


Completing Early Intervention Eligibility Process during State of Emergency



Adult Day Services Order: What It Means for You (Webinar)

If you provide support and services for Ohioans with developmental disabilities, this recorded webinar discusses what the Ohio Department of Health's Adult Day Services order means for you and ways you can continue to be connected and engaged.

Hear directly from DODD Director Jeff Davis, other DODD staff, and association leaders who are working diligently to find creative solutions during this state of emergency.

?Information and Resources

DODD support teams are available to help county boards and providers.

DODD has set up a dedicated web page for department communications and links to helpful resources that will advise people with disabilities, their families, service providers, direct support professionals, county boards of developmental disabilities, and the community at large.

For specific questions about COVID-19 and additional information and resources, DODD urges you to use the Ohio Department of Health’s call center. Call 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634), or visit

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