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Oct 22, 2021
A collage of images featuring people with disabilities at their jobs. This has three pictures, one in an office setting, one in a grocery store, and one in medical scrubs.
We’re celebrating National Disability Employment Awareness Month by sharing local success stories. NDEAM educates about disability employment issues and celebrates varied contributions of workers with disabilities.
Oct 11, 2021
Woman outside in front of trees wearing hair back, white blouse and a statement necklace, smiling
Lisa Grady spent her 35-year career working with students with disabilities and their families. She left an impact on our agency and those we support. Congratulations on your recent retirement!
Oct 1, 2021
We're excited about the first issue of My Life magazine. Digital copy now available.

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Promoting and Supporting Opportunities for People with Developmental Disabilities

Hamilton County Developmental Disabilities Services is a government social services agency established by state law. We support more than 7,800 people with intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout their lives, from babies through seniors, by providing case management, monitoring service quality, and funding services provided by our community partners. Read more.