STARK DD SERVICES

The Stark County Board of Developmental Disabilities exists to connect individuals and families with the services they need for health, safety, education and a high quality of life.

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Service and Support Administrators Your #1 Resource

Stark DD Service and Support Administrators partner with individuals and families to:

  • Conduct needs assessments
  • Identify and acquire services and support
  • Safeguard the rights and interests of individuals
  • Monitor and ensure each individual’s service plan
  • Provide crisis intervention assistance 24/7

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Calendar of Events

Med Cert 3: Insulin Injection & Metabolic Glycemic Disorder Injections

Med Cert 3: Insulin Injection & Metabolic Glycemic Disorder Injections

Dec 16, 2022 8:00am - 12:00pm

*ATTENTION: Staff will not be considered for class until medication certification application is received by nurse educator.  Course Title: Insulin...

Med Cert 2: Adm of Food & Medications via G/J Tube

Med Cert 2: Adm of Food & Medications via G/J Tube

Dec 15, 2022 8:00am - 12:00pm

*ATTENTION: Staff will not be considered for class until medication certification application is received by nurse educator.  Course Title: DODD Administration...

December Board Meeting

December Board Meeting

Dec 13, 2022 6:00pm - 7:00pm

FULL CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Report Incidents to "The MUI Hotline”

Report an incident: Call: 330-477-4477 Download Incident form
Report an incident: Fax #: 330-477-0016
Download MUI handbook

The purpose of the MUI system is to identify the causal factors leading to the incident and develop prevention plans to reduce the likelihood of a recurrence and improve quality of life.

A MUI (Major Unusual Incident) is an alleged, suspected or actual occurrence of an incident when:

  1. there is reason to believe the health or safety of an individual with developmental disabilities may be adversely affected, or may be placed at a reasonable risk of harm;
  2. if such individual is receiving services through the Developmental Disabilities service delivery system or will be receiving services as the result of the incident.