Programs and Expenditures

Below are our program goals for 2021

  • Increase resources and efforts for Child Find.
  • Streamline evaluations, assessments, and the Individual Family Support Plan process.
  • Identify resources for mental health and behavioral supports for children and families.
  • Add to the Table of Organization and employ an Early Intervention Supervisor.
  • Develop a coordinated effort to manage documents (forms, assessments, evaluations, plans) between Early Intervention and Service Coordinators.
  • At least one specialist to earn the Infant Mental Health credential.
  • Collaborate with school districts to develop a transition plan for each student to their least restrictive environment.
  • Form a work group with school districts designed to identify the needs of transition-age youth with developmental disabilities and how to shift resources to meet the needs of this group. 
  • Re-start Academy for Leadership Abilities.
  • Creatively improve relationships with residential providers to better quality of service.
  • Sponsor inclusive music therapy.
  • Launch a “Disability Pride” movement in Pickaway County.
  • Create a sex and relationships education program to help young people understand appropriate behavior.
  • Train Pickaway County Law Enforcement entities on Trauma-Informed Care.
  • Hold a secondary trauma training for staff.
  • Have a fully staffed department to provide better customer service experience for enrollees. 
  • Seek additional opportunities for employees to become involved in community organizations and take leadership roles in those organizations.
  • Reduce costs and improve the efficiency of transportation.
  • Improve the onboarding process.
  • Post pandemic planning and reorganization: explore what we learned and reimagine the future of the organization and culture.
  • Extend the three-year Strategic Plan 2019-2021 through 2022.