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January 2021
DCBDD Updates
DCBDD Closings in January
  • January 1, 2021 for New Year's Day
  • January 18, 2021 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

If you experience a crisis or need immediate assistance during any of these times, please contact Helpline and ask for the SSA on call at 740-369-3316.
Monthly Community Resource Feature
Utility Bill Assistance Program
The Utility Bill Assistance Program from the City of Delaware is there for you if you are unemployed, partially unemployed, or unable to work due to COVID. City utility customers can apply for a payment plan or a credit toward their bill. The application can be completed online - click here.
Monthly Technology First Feature
Smart home devices sometimes do not understand people with non-standard speech, but Voiceitt does. Designed for a large spectrum of speech impairments, Voiceitt’s machine learning adapts to your speech, so you can use your smart home device or assistant knowing you’ll be understood. Voiceitt integrates with your Alexa or connects with your favorite smart home devices, so you can control your smart home with your voice. Train commands, so they’re ready to use when you want to play your favorite songs, check the news, or turn on the lights.
Assitive Technology (AT) Consultation
Do you have a barrier that might be able to be solved by AT? Make an appointment with DCBDD's Tech Committee for a quick consultation. To make an appointment, contact
Community Events Resources
January 12, 2021
6:30 p.m.
Employment Fair/ Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities

Discovery Series Archive
Did you miss one of the Discovery Series? Not to worry! All sessions are recorded and archived on our YouTube channel.
Winter Daze - Art of Music
Please click here to learn more about these classes.
Special Planning for Special Families
January 7, 2021
6:00 p.m.
Winter 100 - Preservation Parks
Go outside and walk the Winter 100!
The Winter 100 is a walking/hiking program that challenges you to walk 100 miles or 100 kilometers (62 miles), your preference, between January 1 and March 31, 2021.

Keeping active and spending time outdoors is vital for our mental and physical well-being, especially as we cope with the pandemic through the challenging winter months ahead.

COVID-19 Updates
DCBDD is keeping our COVID-19 webpage updated with new information and resources.As always, do not hesitate to reach out to your DCBDD contact or call the main line 740-201-3600 for assistance. We are here to help!