The DDRB shares announcements, upcoming conferences and time sensitive information to help families remain connected with their community and have access to current best practices in the field of developmental disabilities.
Three of the four County Boards representing the Eastern Region Alliance seek proposals to expand adaptive equipment and/or assistive technology resources in the Greater St. Louis Region (St. Charles County, St. Louis County, and City of St. Louis) with the priority being expansion of assistive/enabling technology.
A proposal may be submitted for all three counties, only one county, or any combination of the three. Proposals may be for adaptive equipment only, assistive/enabling technology only, or both.
Technical assistance is limited to answering questions regarding clarification of instructions, definitions, or terms. Submit questions in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org; questions will be reviewed as an Alliance prior to responding. Additionally, all questions and answers will be posted here for review: https://www.stldd.org/newsroom/rfe. All phone calls will be referred to the website.
Proposals must be submitted in PDF form by September 3, 2021 to the county board for which funds are requested.RFE Adaptive Equipment Assistive-Enabling Technology
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Case Management Position
The Developmental Disabilities Resource Board of St. Charles County is seeking a Case Manager to
work for individuals with developmental disabilities living in St.
Charles County. This position is responsible for managing a multifaceted caseload and function as a
lead person in coordinating and assisting individuals/families in developing specialized
Applicants must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services, Special Education, Social Work,
Nursing or a related field. A minimum of 2 years experience as a member of a multi-disciplinary
team that supports individuals with developmental disabilities is required.
Please use the following website link to apply: https://ddrb.breezy.hr/
All inquires are confidential. No phone calls please.
The DDRB has released its FY2022 funding cycle schedule. All meetings will begin at 5:30 PM and will have virtual access. An agenda for each meeting will be posted in the Public Notices section of this website prior to the meeting and will contain access information.FY2022 Funding Cycle Schedule
The Developmental Disabilities Resource Board of St. Charles County will hold a Program Committee meeting, Thursday, March 4, 2020 at 11:00 a.m.
Due to the closure of the DDRB office to the public, there will be no physical public access to the Committee meeting. The public can, however, attend the meeting virtually by joining zoom video conference: https://zoom.us/j/95398759628?pwd=UjF5cUJLV015UDQ4ZHdOZXhYbEF4dz09
PAN032021 Program Committee Agenda
Governor’s Council on Disability Senior Program Specialist Laura Mueth, M.A., CRC shares helpful options to continue the important work of legislative advocacy for people with disabilities during the pandemic.Legislative Advocacy During the Pandemic
The DDRB, in partnership with the St. Charles County Health Department, is offering free flu vaccinations for DDRB families and caregivers who are 18 years of age and older. This event will be held on Tuesday, November 10, 2020, from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at DDRB, 1025 Country Club Road, Saint Charles, MO 63033.
You must register for an appointment.
DDRB Flu Clinic Flyer
The DDRB and Coalition of Service Providers of St. Charles County are seeking nominations for the annual Direct Support Professional Awards. Recipients of the awards are people who provide direct support for individuals with developmental disabilities and who are dedicated to providing opportunities for the people they serve to become active, valued members of the St. Charles County community.
This year, the Coalition has added a COVID Hero category to give agencies an opportunity to recognize those who have gone above and beyond during the pandemic. Both nomination forms can be downloaded below.
Nominations are due by October 2, 2020. Awards will be presented VIRTUALLY November 19, 2020.DSP Nomination Forms
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) has released a question and answer publication regarding school reopening and distance learning.DESE's COVID 19 Reopening QA
The DDRB and it’s Cultural Competency Committee is committed to providing opportunities for learning and growth around issues related to culture. With this view in mind, the committee is sharing the following list of Racial Equity Learning Resources for those who wish to gain further insight into matters of race.Racial Equity Learning Resources