Adult Services

Support for adults with developmental disabilities (age 22 and older) in Carroll County is backed by our core mission of an integrated community and self advocacy.
This means that each person we serve is given the freedom to determine what their lives will look like and what they want to get out of life.
This is done through a person-centered planning process and it is helping people become more independent and active in their community. The Carroll County Board funds and/or provides support for adults according to what each person needs and wants. 

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Adult Day Activities


Vocational Training


What Support is Available?

Support for adults may include, but are not limited to the following: 

  • Community/Supported Employment – Assists an individual in finding a job in the community and provides important support, such as job coaching and counseling, to assist that person to be successful on the job and more independent.
  • Vocational Training – Development of skills needed to become employed and stay employed. 
  • Adult Day Activities – Experiences that enhance a person’s quality of life. These include social, leisure, recreational, and enrichment activities that can be provided in a variety of settings.
  • Transportation – The Board provides transportation to adults from home to work.
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COVID-19 Update

Emergencies can reach our on-call phone at 800-240-6733.
School Inquiries can reach us at 330-267-9719



Vacancy –
One full time Intervention Specialist at Carroll Hills School.
The position requires the individual to possess at minimum a Bachelor’s Degree in Education with special education concentration from accredited college or university in Special Education.
Certification as Intervention Specialist/Moderate/Intensive needs through Ohio Department of Education.
Must be certified to teach K-12 grades or equivalent.

Please send resume, cover letter and references to CCBDD, PO Box 429, Carrollton, Ohio 44615, Attention: Amy Swaim or email to by the close of business on May 18, 2020.

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