LADD’s Training Center is an ideal location for your next event, be it an internal training or a board meeting. With ample space that seats up to 100 people and brand new AV equipment, the presentation will impress your audience and will help your team host a successful and memorable event.
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See The Space
Our Training Center is equipped with a dropdown projector and complete sound system for presentations
LADD’s Board Room provides a professional setting for critical meetings.
The Training Center seating can be configured in several ways to meet your rental needs, including a round table for discussion as shown above.
The podium is set up to work with your laptop or tablet for presentations, and adjusts to provide accessibility for standing or seated presenters.
Services for the Ownership and Acquisition of Residences
Through this unique service, staff assists people with a disability to become homeowners. Primary services offered include: facilitating the process of becoming a homeowner, identifying resources that provide down payment assistance and home modifications, and pre/post homeowner counseling.SOAR can also help people with a disability obtain rental assistance for affordable housing in the neighborhood of their choice. Eligibility is determined on an individual basis based on the criteria of available rental assistance programs.
Funding for the SOAR program is provided by the Hamilton County DD Services Levy, grants and other private resources. Contracting privately for SOAR is also an option.
Contact our Housing Coordinator at 513.487.3904 or email email@example.com for more information.
Home Living Arrangements
The LADD AFC program is for people who want to be a valued member of a family and actively engaged in the community. Families interested in participating in the AFC service program must complete a comprehensive and rigorous screening process that eventually results in the household being certified as an AFC family. The direct service that they provide is highly individualized, based on the needs of the person and of the highest quality available. As a certified service provider they are required to implement the person’s Individual Service Plan and provide the necessary supervision to meet the health and safety needs of the person.Personal choice is always emphasized when matching service providers and people who need support. The primary outcome of the LADD AFC service is to provide a long-term and stable living arrangement that encourages the development of independent living skills. AFC providers are carefully screened and receive extensive initial and ongoing training that surpasses state requirements, are consistently mentored through regular in-home visits by the Program Manager, who ensures that the highest quality of services are being provided to meet the individual needs of each person. Through this exceptional guidance, AFC families deliver personalized services in nurturing households that allow each person to maximize their potential. LADDAFC is a viable option for people who desire living with a family in a caring household.Planned Respite is also available through the LADD AFC program. This service allows a person to live with an AFC family for a pre-determined specific period of time.Funding for the LADD AFC service is provided by: Medicaid Home Community Based Services through the Level I and Individual Options Waivers; Supported Living Services through Hamilton County DD Services and Private Pay.
Community Connections, an adult day array program, helps people to establish relationships and identify and explore interests through their participation in the community. People are paired with a Social Guide who provides assistance in choosing activities with the goal of developing a natural support network and cultivating lasting relationships.Services are typically provided in small groups of four.Service funding comes from – Medicaid – Home and Community Based Services Waivers, Hamilton County DD Services, or private pay.Contact an Assistant Program Director at 513.487.3912 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Supported Employment Program assists people to choose, obtain and maintain employment in a variety of community settings. Working in partnership with businesses across the Greater Cincinnati area, LADD staff assist people in finding employment, providing on-the-job training and, if necessary, providing follow-up services.We strive towards 100% inclusion, meaning that every person who wishes to work in the community should be given that opportunity and support to do so. Our goal is for people with disabilities to gain meaningful, long-term employment.Service funding is through Ticket to Work, Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission, Medicaid – Level I and I/O Waivers, and Hamilton County DD Services.Contact an Assistant Program Director at 513.487.3927 or email email@example.com for more information.