Innovative Technology Solutions Grant – Providers
Many Ohioans with developmental disabilities encounter obstacles in daily tasks and activities, as well as accessing education and jobs. Technology can aid people to overcome these barriers and help them live fuller lives. The purpose of this project is to increase the use of innovative technologies within service delivery and service operations for individuals with developmental disabilities. This could include innovative technology solutions to expand service delivery, improve business operations, or improve individual’s access to transportation.
Building Innovative Service Models – Providers
The Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD) has a new grant opportunity available. DODD is seeking proposals from eligible applicants to work with selected Subject Matter Experts to work with selected DODD-certified provider agencies to create an assessment and a plan to expand innovative business strategies that adjust and align current business practices. The overall objective of this RFP is to support DODD-certified providers as they transform their organizational structures and fiscal strategies from facility-based to community-based service delivery models, including a focus on technology and assistive technology strategies in creating innovative practices.
DODD is also looking for SME’s for this grant. Click here for more information
Employer Transformation Grant – Providers
DODD is seeking proposals from eligible applicants to work with a selected Subject Matter Expert (SME) who are interested in developing a business model that will transform their organizational structures and fiscal strategies from facility-based service providers to community-based employers. This grant will require the development of a transition plan with identified goals and milestones.
DODD is also looking for SME’s for this grant. More information coming soon.