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Job Posting - Preschool Teacher Intervention Specialist

The Highland County Board of Developmental Disabilities is seeking a full time Pre-K Teacher Intervention Specialist for their preschool program at the Hills and Dales Preschool for the 2022-2023 school year. To view the full posting and for the application, please visit the Human Resources tab.  Posted 3/29/22 and reposted 5/12/22

Job Posting - Help Me Grow Home Visitor Highland and Clinton County Areas

HCBDD in Hillsboro is currently hiring a Home Visitor for the Help Me Grow home visitation program in the Highland and Clinton County areas. To view the posting and the employment application, please visit the Human Resources tab.

2022 Innovation Series Highlights Technology

The Heidt Center of Excellence in Cincinnati is a specialized school that serves middle and high school students on the spectrum as well as innovative transition and work readiness programs for young adults who have graduated high school. One aspect of transition they are now focusing on is informed by Technology First. They have created an in-school, one-bedroom-apartment equipped with a variety of tech supports so students can access and use them as they learn. Families are also able to see supportive tech in action, a win-win.  For more information, hit control and then click the link below to view the video.


2021 Annual Report

We are pleased to share our 2021 annual report, which highlights our successful year to those we serve and providers we support.  To read the report, click on the About Us tab and then on annual reports.

Job Posting - Early Intervention Speech Pathologist

HCBDD is currently accepting applications for an Early Intervention Speech Pathologist.  To view the posting and the application, visit the human resources tab.  Posted 2/16/22

Board members sworn in for 2022

The Highland County Board of Developmental Disabilities welcomed a new member to the board at the 2022 Organizational meeting held on 2/15/22. Commissioner Jeff Duncan gave the oath of office for Kim Adams. She begins her first 4-year term on the board. In addition, Commissioner Duncan welcome Michael Richards to his second term on the board. We are appreciative of their commitment to serve. A special thanks to Commissioner Duncan for being present to swear them into to office.


In the wake of the increase in COVID cases in our area, HCBDD felt it was important to make those we serve, families and the community aware of our COVID protocol.  Click the button below to read the protocol in full.


Want to become an Independent Provider?

The Highland County Board of DD (HCBDD) provides coordination, oversight, and funding to eligible individuals with developmental disabilities. Providers are selected through an interview process from an agency or can be an independent provider. An Independent Provider (IP) is a self-employed person who provides services to individuals with developmental disabilities.  For more information, please click on the resources tab, then visit the provider information folder.  Details about how to become an IP are listed there.  You may also reach out to us if you have additional questions or need assistance.

STABLE Acco‚Äčunts

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). The STABLE Account provides people living with disabilities the financial independence they hope to obtain.  

Exciting news for a great opportunity!

The HCBDD is excited to partner with Southern State Community College to promote the College to Career Experience (CCE) program. For more information about this great opportunity, click below.  Posted 8/28/20

CCE Program Information