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Children's/Ohio Eligibility Determination Instrument

The Children's Ohio Eligibility Determination Instrument and the Ohio Eligibility Determination Instrument is known collectively as the C/OEDI.

The Ohio Eligibility Determination Instrument, or OEDI, records information about a person's abilities and areas that they need support. This information is used to determine their eligibility for county board of developmental disabilities services. The OEDI captures information about people 16 years old and older.

The Children's OEDI, or COEDI, records information for children 6 to 15 years old.

After completing department-provided training, DODD authorizes county board of developmental disabilities staff to administer the OEDI and COEDI. 

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