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Apr 9, 2018
In the radio studio, from left to right; host Dan Hurley, Holly Watson, Kimi Remenyi, Amanda Stegall and Bree Moss
Today we discussed Project CARE on “Cincinnati Edition,” a local radio show. This collaborative provides comprehensive intervention and prevention services to people with intellectual or developmental disabilities who have experienced abuse.
Mar 28, 2018
David and Linda Walters sitting on a couch. David has his arm around Linda.
In some ways, it’s a typical love story—boy meets girl and they fall in love. However, David and Linda Walters followed a somewhat different path to a marriage that’s lasted 23 years.
Mar 13, 2018
A picture of the superintendent, Alice Pavey, with the words From the Superintendent with the Hamilton County Developmental Disabilities logo on a blue background.
Tonight the Board passed a resolution affirming its commitment to support school districts in their mandate to educate students with disabilities while continuing to provide a safety net of services and supports for students with the most complex needs.

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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.