The undefeated Broadmoor Bobcats will take on the best of the best, the Area Coaches in a prime time game at Mentor High School. Charlie Malta and John O’Donnell will broadcast live on Integrity Radio ( WINT) and world wide on the internet. Area Cheerleaders including Sparkles will keep your spirits high. North High Jazz band will keep your pulse racing while the Bobcats run the coaches up and down the courts. Step out to the lobby for a bake sale, t-shirt sale and concessions. At half time we will draw winner for the 50/50 raffle. Come support the Bobcats or your favorite coach. All proceeds benefit the Broadmoor adaptive physical education program.
News and Events
Broadmoor Bobcats vs Area Coaches
Feb 22, 2019
Big Footer 5K/Strides of March
Feb 22, 2019
Course Description: The 3.1 mile course is paved and runs through the Deepwood Campus near the Great Lakes Mall in Mentor. It includes one hill. Cost: The non-refundable pre-registration fee is $20.00 (postmarked before/on March 22). The race day fee is $25.00. Persons over 70 or those in the military receive FREE registrations. Runners/walkers who dress up like Big Foot also receive FREE race entries. Entry with ID only. No bikes or roller blades. Participants are given an original Big Footer t-shirt, a race packet and a ticket for a pancake breakfast served with Andy’s famous coffee/hot chocolate. There are additional prizes for race day contests, such as for spotting the most Big Foots or receiving a flag from Big Foot himself. Awards: Gift certificates will be presented to the top 3 finishers overall and the top 3 finishers in each category. Race results will be posted at www.greaterclevelandxc.com. Race Categories: Male and female categories are divided by age group.
Feb 19, 2019
Art Unveiling and Art Contest Awards Celebration March 5, 2019 6:00 – 7:30 pm. On March 5, 2019, we will host an Art Unveiling and Art Contest Awards Celebration at the Lake County Board of Developmental Disabilities/Deepwood – VGC building located at 8121 Deepwood Blvd in Mentor. This is a free event that is open to the public. Designed to kickoff Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, the evening aims to celebrate artistic talent and promote commUNITY through the lens of creativity. Talk to some of the artists and hear firsthand about what inspired their art, and converse with community peers to discuss your unique interpretations of the artwork. You will be able to view the large canvas artworks that were contributed by each program area, as well as all of the entries submitted to our Agency Art Contest.
Broadmoor School LEEP Creative Arts Notecards
Feb 19, 2019
By popular demand, we present the beautiful 2019 Variety Edition of Broadmoor LEEP Creative Arts Notecards. All cards feature spectacular and dramatic designs uniquely created by our talented LEEP students. This is the perfect gift for yourself or someone special. Each five-card variety pack includes one of each of the cards shown (Birthday, You Are My Sunshine, Thank You, and the all occasion Heart and Butterfly cards), including envelopes. You can purchase your notecards from the Broadmoor School Main Office or by completing this form and returning it to the Broadmoor School (attention Cathy Genelius). All profits will benefit the Broadmoor SAFE (Student Advocacy for Everyone) group. Thank you for supporting our talented LEEP artists!
Charting the LifeCourse
Jan 29, 2019
Creating a Life Plan for a Child with a Disability Including Children with Deafblindbess or Multiple Disabilities. A training for Parents, Educators, Families, Caregivers, and Service Providers.
Deepwood Idol Call For Contestants
Jan 17, 2019
Sign up for one of three LIVE
Deepwood Idol Auditions:
· March 5 from 12:30 – 2:30 pm at Broadmoor School
· March 12 from 1:00 – 3:00 pm at Willoughby Branch
· March 14 from 5:00 – 7:00 pm at the Administration Building
Call Lynnmarie Phillips at 440-918-5173 to reserve your audition time. Come to the audition with the all forms completed. See contest rules for details. Good luck!
Ohio Community of Practice for Supporting Families
Dec 27, 2018
The Ohio Community of Practice for Supporting Families is a place to connect with other people who support Ohioans with disabilities and their families throughout the state.
Register today to learn more about Charting the LifeCourse framework, what’s working in Ohio, and how to develop a plan to support people and their families through local communities of practice.
To familiarize yourself with the work we are doing, please take a moment to visit Ohio’s Community of Practice section of the FRNOhio.org website.
Family Engagement Series with Dept. of Developmental Disabilities.
Dec 27, 2018
Informational video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7JZk3n2wWA&feature=youtu.be
REGISTRATION LINKS BELOW: The Family Engagement Series includes regional hands-on sessions that will teach you practical ways to manage pressure, patience, and learn creative strategies to modify your existing methods of coping and caring for those you love. Register for regional sessions by clicking your area below.
Fire at Mentor Group Home
Dec 21, 2018
We commend the efforts of New Avenues to Independence (NAI) staff in the heroic effort to safely evacuate the three gentlemen living at the Heisley House. Throughout the day, the dedicated, collaborative and expedient efforts of landlord North Coast Community Homes (NCCH), provider NAI Administration and staff, LCBDD Administration and Service and Support staff, and the outpouring of generosity from our Lake County community, together succeeded in securing and preparing another home for the gentlemen to move into that very same evening. Our Lake County partners and community are truly exceptional in supporting individuals with developmental disabilities!
Parent Guardian Annual Input Meeting
Nov 14, 2018
As we approach the end of the year, it is time for all of the program areas at the Lake County Board of DD/Deepwood to begin to prepare for the development of annual goals for the upcoming year. The Agency would like to obtain your input on the services that it provides both directly and indirectly. The input that we obtain will assist us in developing goals and objectives for all the departments. The DD system continues to be in a state of change and we need to ensure that we are planning for those changes while meeting the needs of the individuals we serve in Lake County.