Angeline School and Industries

11028 County Highway 44, Upper Sandusky, Ohio 43351 (419) 294-4901

Residential/Waiver Services

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WYANDOT COUNTY BOARD OF DD/ANGELINE JOINS WEST CENTRAL OHIO NETWORK (WestCON)

West Central Ohio Network (WestCON) is a regional council of governments serving 12-member County Boards of DD, including our newest member the Wyandot County Board of Developmental Disabilities (Wyandot DD/Angeline). WestCON provides a wide variety of services to our members. Specifically, for Wyandot County, our core service will be working with the independent and agency service providers who serve the individuals supported by Wyandot DD/Angeline. Some of the work we will be doing with service providers includes provider compliance, budget reviews, provider referrals, network meetings, training, and billing and documentation support. We also are available to guide anyone who is interested in becoming a provider through the certification process. WestCON, along with Wyandot DD/Angeline, recognizes that quality service providers are an integral part of a person’s life, and we are committed to supporting them and their business practices any way we can! Nancy Conley is the WestCON staff member who is dedicated to helping Wyandot County service providers. She can be reached at nconley@westcondd.org or 937-726-0567. Along with provider services, WestCON provides Wyandot County with Investigative Agent (IA) services. Brandi Fahncke is WestCON’s state certified IA and she works for Wyandot DD/Angeline to investigate alleged or suspected incidences of abuse, neglect, or other major unusual incidents. Brandi can be reached at bfahncke@westcondd.org or 937-726-0550.  Lynn Wolters, WestCON Executive Director, states, “We are excited about the partnership with Wyandot County Developmental Disabilities/Angeline to help serve its citizens with developmental disabilities and their families.”  For more information, go to their website at www.westconcog.org.

 

Medicaid Home & Community-Based Services (HCBS) Waivers

Enrolling in a home and community-based services waiver is one way to access person-centered services. Nearly 40,000 Ohioans with developmental disabilities are enrolled in a waiver, with access to services while living on their own, with family, with a roommate, or with a paid caregiver.

For more information about HCBS Waivers, use the following link to connect to the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities.  https://dodd.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/dodd/waivers-and-services