Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Director of Special Services
- Hearing Impairments
- Speech or Language Impairments
- Visual Impairments
- Learning Disabilities
- Severe Emotional Disturbance
- Multiple Disabilities
- Intellectual Disabilities
- Other Health Impairments
- Physical Impairments
- Traumatic Brain Injury
CHILD FIND NOTICE
- For children birth-3 years of age, a disability would be an established condition known to result in a documented developmental delay.
- For children ages 3-5, a disability is considered a documented deficit in one or more of the following areas-communication, vision, hearing, motor skills, social/emotional/behavior functioning, self help skills or cognitive skills.
- For children 5-21, a disability is the identification of one or more of the following conditions; autism, hearing impairment, emotional disturbance, specific learning disability, speech or language impairment, traumatic brain injury and or visual impairment including blindness.
- If you suspect your child may have a disability, please contact Jessica Haynes, Special Education Director for the Ravenna School District at (330) 297-6708 or email her by clicking on this link: firstname.lastname@example.org
Attention Medicaid Members! Don’t risk losing your health coverage.
As of April 2023, Medicaid will start sending out renewal packets. You are required to complete this information to renew your current Medicaid eligibility or transition to other coverage if you are no longer eligible for Medicaid.
Make sure your address and email are up to date and current with your County Department of Jobs and Family Services (CDJFS). Renewal Packets going to the wrong address will result in the termination of Medicaid coverage. Here are ways to update your contact information:
- Call 1-844-640-6446 Monday through Friday 8 am to 4pm.
- Access your existing Ohio Benefits Self-Service Portal at benefits.ohio.gov, click on “Access my Benefits”, then click “Report a Change to my Case” and follow the prompts.
- Contact your CDJFS at Medicaid.ohio.gov/dropdown, then select your county from the dropdown for contact information.
Check your mail and respond to renewal packets. If members don’t respond, they risk losing their Medicaid coverage.
- Renewal packets can be completed online at benefits.ohio.gov, in-person, by mail to their CDJFS, or by phone at 1-844-640-6446.
- If the due date has passed, still send/complete online your renewal packet. You have 90 days to re-enroll without needing to submit a new application.
ODM has put together the ODM Toolkit – Resuming Routine Eligibility Operations to assist with the renewal packet process for families.
Full link for ODM Toolkit is https://medicaid.ohio.gov/static/Stakeholders,%20Partners/Unwinding/ODM%20Partner%20Packet_Resuming%20routine%20operations_vSHARE.pdf.