The Clinton County Board of Developmental Disabilities is often referred to as the Nike Center due to our unique history. Although the Clinton County Board of Developmental Disabilities was not created until 1968, the Town and Country School started in 1958 and was operated by the Clinton County Council for Retarded Citizens for five years and by the Child Welfare Board until 1968.
The school was located in the basement of the Friends Church in Wilmington until 1963 and was then moved to the former Mt. Pleasant School six miles north of Wilmington on State Route 68. The class of eight children soon grew and new programs were started as needs were identified. Home training was added in 1965 and an adult workshop was added in 1967. The first operating levy was passed in 1963 for 0.2 mills. In April 1972, the Board gained access to the former Nike Missile Base and completely renovated the buildings for its use. A 1.0 mill operating levy was passed at that time. The Nike Center was dedicated in October 1974 with Senator Robert Taft officiating.
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In order to receive services from the Clinton County Board of Developmental Disabilities, an individual must first be determined eligible. To learn more about the eligibility process, please visit the Service and Support Department at the link below or contact Crystal Guisleman, Eligibility and Intake Coordinator, at email@example.com or 937-382-7519.
The Unusual and Major Unusual Incident system is set up to help protect all individuals served with Developmental Disabilities.
“Unusual Incident” means an event or occurrence involving an Individual that is not consistent with routine operations, policies and procedures, or the Individual’s care or Individual Service Plan (ISP), but is not a Major Unusual Incident. Unusual Incidents may include, but are not limited to: dental injuries; falls; an injury that is not a significant injury; medication errors without a likely risk to health and welfare; overnight relocation of an Individual due to a fire, natural disaster, or mechanical failure; an incident involving two Individuals served that is not a peer-to-peer act major unusual incident; rights code violations or unapproved behavioral supports without a likely risk to health and welfare; emergency room or urgent care treatment center visits; and program implementation incidents (i.e. failing to provide supervision for short periods of time, automobile accidents without harm and self-reported incidents with minimal risk).
“Major unusual incident” means the alleged, suspected, or actual occurrence of an incident. Major Unusual incidents may include but are not limited to: Physical, Sexual, or Verbal Abuse, Neglect, Misappropriation/Theft, Death, Significant Injuries, Attempted Suicide, Missing Individual, Medical Emergency, etc.
To report an Incident contact: (937) 382-7519 Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. After hours, on weekends, and on Holidays call: (937) 725-5074.
Fax/submit the completed Incident Report to: (937) 382-0350, or send the report via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information/resources click on the following link: http://dodd.ohio.gov/HealthandSafety/Pages/default.aspx