Our story is the story of individuals we serve who have developmental disabilities, and also the story of our inclusive and caring Lake County community. This news section features important information about our County Board, as well as newsworthy items that our local community might find of interest.
Sealed Bid for Window Replacement Project
April 22, 2022
Sealed Bids for the Lake County Board of Developmental Disabilities (LCBDD)/Deepwood Window Replacement Project will…
Broadmoor Students Recite Pledge of Allegiance on Fox 8
April 19, 2022
On April 18, 2022, all Broadmoor School students participated in leading the Pledge of Allegiance on Fox 8. In case you didn’t see it, you can watch it by visiting: https://youtu.be/dnyndbzaUjA.
Annual Guardianship Training May 2022 Classes
April 12, 2022
Are you a Guardian appointed by the Probate Court? If yes, you are required to…
Deepwood Idol Returns on August 20, 2022
April 12, 2022
We are thrilled to announce that Deepwood Idol will take place on August 20, 2022!…
Jake Nelson Stands SIDEbySIDE With Team of Support at Commissioner Meeting
March 17, 2022
Jake Nelson with the LCBDD Deepwood for Lake County Commissioner Meeting in recognition of DD Awareness Month.
Luca’s Team of Support Works SIDEbySIDE
March 16, 2022
Luca's story is one of how a team working side by side can make a tremendous difference in a child's development and progress. Let's hear from Amanda, Luca's mom, to learn more about their story and the role of Early Intervention. To learn more about EI services, please visit https://lakebdd.org/early-intervention-program/.
Calling All High School Students – Essay Contest
March 4, 2022
March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month and the Lake County Board of DD/Deepwood is holding an Essay Contest open to all High School students who are residents of Lake County, Ohio. Winning prize value $200/runner-up $100 value. Visit lakebdd.org for details.
Emery Thrives with EI Resources
February 14, 2022
Emery started with Crossroads Health and Early Intervention (EI) in 2020 because she had a developmental delay. Emery's mom, Lauren, shared with us that it was one of the best decisions they have ever made.