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Some information about the Licking County Board of Developmental Disabilities Levy, which will be on the ballot on Nov. 8.

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Pataskala resident Benjamin Harberts, 4, loves to play with trains and create art. He and his family are supported by teams from LCBDD and Children’s.

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More than 50 Licking County youths supported by the Licking County Board of Developmental Disabilities, are spending the summer working, volunteering and gaining job experience. Meet a few of them!

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The Licking County Family YMCA, partnering with the Licking County Board of Developmental Disabilities, offers a summer camp for children and teens with special needs.

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After a summer of fun, teams sponsored by provider agencies PALS and Midwest went head to head on July 21 for their last softball games of the season.
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David Grover and Zachary Hogue, two teens supported by the Licking County Board of DD, volunteered at the Canal Market District, helping chef Andrew Spurlock with cooking demonstrations for the Edible Licking County program. Both are interested in learning more about careers in the culinary arts.

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Each year, the Licking County Board of Developmental Disabilities provides support to more than 1500 Licking County families— because of you we can! Thank you Licking County. Your continued support makes a difference.

 

Natasha is a high school senior who is preparing to graduate from the Newark Digital Academy.  She is looking forward to being a part of Newark High School’s commencement and receiving her diploma with her classmates.  Natasha shared a few of her thoughts with us as she prepares to celebrate.

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The Licking County Board of Developmental Disabilities (DD) recently hosted an event to celebrate and honor people in our community who made a positive impact on the lives of 1597 children, youth, and adults who received support from the Board of DD in 2015.

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The Licking Memorial Health Systems Project SEARCH High School Transition Program is a unique one-year school-to-work program that takes place entirely at Licking Memorial Health Systems.

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