Service and Support Administration

Service and Support Administrators (SSAs) help individuals and families to develop a plan of supports addressing needs & outcomes for individuals with developmental disabilities.

Service coordination, or the management and monitoring of a person's individualized services, is carried out through our Service and Support Administrators (SSAs).

Service coordination is provided to eligible individuals at no cost, allowing people to focus on what is important in their lives. Support services can include: residential, employment, transportation, etc.

What is an SSA? Service and Support Administrators (SSA) help individuals (over the age of 3) and families to develop a plan of supports addressing needs and outcomes for individuals with developmental disabilities. SSAs are the primary point of service coordination and will help individuals identify and receive services they need for a healthy and safe lifestyle.

What do SSAs do?

  • Assist in connecting individuals to community resources and services that they need
  • Assist individuals and families in developing goals and outcomes
  • Focus on independence, skill building, employment and limiting barriers
  • Address needs related to health and safety issues
  • Encourage participation in the community and citizenship responsibilities
  • Assist individuals through the free choice of provider selection process
  • Coordinate services and supports between an individual’s paid providers and natural supports
  • Provide ongoing ISP coordination to ensure that services are delivered as outline in an individual’s plan and are meeting their needs and satisfaction

 

 Meet the Team

 AvoltLinda Avolt
419-502-4136

BaileyMichele Bailey
419-502-4106

BaroneKristen Barone
419-502-4118

 BiglinSami Biglin
419-502-4105

Michelle.CobbMichelle Cobb
419-502-4114
CriswellBecky Criswell
419-502-4165
 Christa.EastmanChrista Eastman
419-502-4127 
FelterTiffany Felter
419-502-4194
 JamesAli James
419-502-4128 
 Jones DestinyDestiny Jones
419-502-4191
 KileyRachel Kiley
419-502-4123
 McCormickJessica McCormick
419-502-4132
 McDougallErin McDougal
419-502-4135
 MorrisMichael Morris
419-502-4125
 ParentiEmily Parenti-Herner
419-502-4103
 RileyMolile Riley
419-502-4109
 SherrardJessica Shrrard
419-502-4190

Smith AmandaAmanda Smith
419-502-4116 

 WhiddenEmma Whidden
419-502-4153

4405 Galloway Road, Sandusky, OH 44870
ph: 419-626-0208 fax: 419-621-3968
email: info@eriecbdd.org
After Hours Emergency Crisis Number: 419-626-1752

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