The Office of Provider Standards and Review, within the DODD Division of Legal and Oversight, is responsible for monitoring and oversight of the following:
- County Boards of Developmental Disabilities (Accreditation);
- Certification and registration of County Board employees;
- Certified providers of supported living, including HCBS waiver providers, to individuals living in non-licensed settings (Provider Compliance);
- Licensure of Residential Facilities (ICF/IID and non-ICF/IID)
Accreditation Reviews are conducted by DODD to ensure that County Boards meet accreditation standards, as outlined in Ohio Administrative Code 5123:2-4-01. Based on the results of an accreditation review, a County Board is awarded an accreditation of from one or three years.
The standards used by DODD to determine the accreditation level of a County Board may be viewed by clicking on the following: CMO: View county board accreditation
The agency tool is used for county board accreditation reviews. The tool can also be
utilized as a self-review tool. Section 6 of the agency tool includes the
activities of county boards.
For questions or more information regarding Accreditation
contact Kelly Mosley-Miller, Assistant Deputy Director at Kelly.firstname.lastname@example.org
or call (614) 728-2520.