The Logan County Board of DD encourages people served by the board to discover their own abilities and have opportunities to be engaged in the community. Community Engagement is a priority. The Board assists the people served with exploring individualized and meaningful opportunities in the least restrictive and community based environment.
A Discovery Process is employed to help individuals to discover their abilities and identify personal goals, strengths, skills, desires, and areas of support needed to promote and encourage full participation in their community. The supports a person needs and receives from the Board are an outcome of the results obtained from the Discovery Process.
Friends, Allies, and Neighbors (F.A.N.) of people with developmental disabilities in Logan County.
One of the methods the Board is supporting to enhance the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities is to provide the F.A.N. network.
What is F.A.N.?
F.A.N. is a network of people who are committed to enhancing the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities who lives and work in Logan County. We do this in a variety of ways, big and small. We just have to believe that the journey of life is better when people help and support each other. We invite you to join us and discover how much your services really matters.
How does F.A.N. work?
It’s easy! There is no official commitment, no formal membership, and no standard protocol. All you do is say, “I want to be a F.A.N. of people with developmental disabilities in Logan County”. Then you share your contact information with us. We will the send you specific “service opportunity initiations” and if you are interested in getting more information on that opportunity, just respond to the message. If you are not interested, just hit delete or forward it on to a friend that might help!
What are some ways FANS can help?
For more information on becoming a F.A.N., please contact Kelli Douglas Bader at firstname.lastname@example.org or 937.292.3086.
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