New Log in Next Wednesday

TO ALL STAFF,

New log in message

TO ALL STAFF,
THIS Wednesday 11/22/2017 morning at 9 am you will see a new login for Accel Trax aka Report Work. It will actually be initiated at 9 a.m. and may take a few minutes to establish.

When you first click to Report Work you will see the familiar login page. You will put in your current user and password fields. Log in as always using your employee number and last 4 SS for your password.
You will be redirected to a page where you will be asked to create a new password.

The password rules are; Password must be at least 8 characters, no more than 30 characters, and must include at least one uppercase letter, one lowercase letter, one special character and one numeric digit.
May I suggest you develop a password by creating a familiar or easy sentence to say and use the first letter of each word… and use all the rules above. SO for example
My first zip code was, 45000. Mfzcw,45000 or My 1st dogs name was Bear; M1stdnwBe@r

It should be easy for you to remember and hard for someone to watch you and memorize.
Once you have completed creating your new password Accel will open up and all the familiar tools will be there for your use. I hope you also the new cleaner appearance of the site.
Dave

Job Openings Page is now active. Click the link above.

Kroger Community Rewards Instructions on the EAP page.

 

Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities announces public hearing for rule changes.

The Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities hereby gives notice of its intent to rescind and adopt the following rules of the Administrative Code on a permanent basis on or about January 18, 2018, and to conduct a public hearing thereon. The public hearing will be conducted on December 5, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. in the Lobby Hearing Room of the Rhodes State Office Tower, 30 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215. The Department is rescinding existing rule 5123:1-1-01 (Distribution of State Construction Assistance Funds for Community Adult Facilities and Early Childhood and Family Centers) and adopting a new replacement rule of the same number entitled Community Capital Assistance Funds - Non-Residential Capital Facilities. The rule sets forth a process for the Department to make available community capital assistance funds to boards of county commissioners, county boards of developmental disabilities, and nonprofit corporations for the purchase, construction, and renovation of non-residential capital facilities. Revisions are being as a result of five-year review and include renaming the rule to better reflect the nature of funded projects and reformatting the rule to reflect newer community capital assistance program rules. The Department is rescinding existing rule 5123:1-1-17 (Distribution of Funds for Residential Accessibility and Renovation Projects) and adopting a new replacement rule of the same number entitled Community Capital Assistance Funds - Residential Accessibility and Renovation Projects. The rule sets forth a process for the Department to make available community capital assistance funds to county boards of developmental disabilities, governmental entities, and nonprofit corporations for residential accessibility and renovation projects. Revisions are being made as a result of five-year review and include reformatting the rule to reflect newer community capital assistance program rules. The Department is rescinding existing rule 5123:2-1-03 (Locally-Funded Transportation) and adopting a new replacement rule of the same number and title. The rule establishes standards and procedures for the provision of locally-funded transportation services to individuals eligible for services provided by county boards of developmental disabilities. Revisions are being made as a result of five-year review and include adding a reference to rule 5123:2-2-02 of the Administrative Code and incorporating person-centered wording. The Department is rescinding existing rule 5123:2-7-29 (Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities - Pediatric Ventilator Services) and adopting a new replacement rule of the same number entitled Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities - Ventilator Services. The rule sets forth requirements for an Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities to provide and be reimbursed for providing services to residents who are dependent on invasive mechanical ventilators. Revisions are being made in response to House Bill 49 of the 132nd General Assembly which amended Section 5124.25 of the Revised Code to eliminate a requirement that a resident must be under 22 years of age for provision of ventilator services. The Department is rescinding existing rule 5123:2-14-01 (Preadmission Screening and Resident Review for Nursing Facility Applicants and Nursing Facility Residents with Development Disabilities) and adopting a new replacement rule of the same number and title. The rule sets forth a process for the Department and county boards of developmental disabilities to determine whether an individual is eligible for admission to a nursing facility or eligible to continue to receive services in a nursing facility. Revisions are being made to ensure that preadmission screening reviews are completed within the time permitted by federal regulations and that individuals who require specialized services receive the services during a nursing facility stay. The Department is rescinding existing rule 5123:2-17-01 (Administrative Resolution of Complaints Involving the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities) and adopting a new replacement rule of the same number and title. The rule establishes procedures for filing and resolution of complaints involving the programs, services, policies, or administrative practices of the Department or an entity under contract with the Department. Revisions are being made as a result of five-year review and stakeholder feedback and include adding a provision to except matters involving the Early Intervention program from the rule and to eliminate a requirement that a complainant exhaust all possible administrative remedies before filing a complaint with the Department. At this public hearing, the Department will accept verbal and/or written testimony on the proposed rule actions. Persons unable to attend the public hearing may submit written comments on the proposed rule actions. Any written comments received on or before the public hearing date will be treated as testimony and made available for public review. Submittal of written comments may be made to Becky Phillips, Administrative Rules Coordinator, by email to becky.phillips@dodd.ohio.gov or by U.S. mail to 30 East Broad Street, 12th Floor, Columbus, Ohio 43215-3414. The rules are available for review at the Register of Ohio website (http://registerofohio.state.oh.us) and at the Department's website (http://dodd.ohio.gov/RulesLaws/Pages/Rules-Under-Development.aspx). The rules are also available for review at each county board of developmental disabilities. The Notice of Public Hearing is attached. The rules are available for review at the Department's website (http://dodd.ohio.gov/RulesLaws/Pages/Rules-Under-Development.aspx). The rules are also available for review at each county board of developmental disabilities. Becky Phillips Administrative Rules Coordinator Division of Legal and Oversight Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities 30 East Broad Street, Floor 12 Columbus, Ohio 43215 Phone 614-644-7393 | dodd.ohio.gov

Mile of a Smile

(or A Two Hour Shift in the Life of a Direct Support Provider)

by Chris Bruno

Alarm before the sun,

a pack of attention seeking dogs prevent oversleeping.

A shower followed by coffee and breakfast if there's time,

kisses all around then it's out the door.

Driving to the latest from NPR,

pondering my day,

A quick stop for coffee and a bite to go.

Walking through the door,

sunrise at my back.

A smile greets me.

Make the coffee and grab the cereal,

don't forget the milk,

and a dash of sugar.

Socialize and sip coffee,

Not bad at all.

How are you?

Did you sleep well?

Your cat is outside playing.

Time for changing the bed.

Time for picking clothes.

Time for washing,

don't forget behind the ears.

Lotion on the feet.

Do those nails need a trim?

Time for dressing,

Leave him dapper.

Meds meds meds,

don't forget the water.

Laundry in the washer,

and feed the cat.

Pack a lunch.

Don't forget the mustard.

Don't forget the juice.

Don't forget the apple,

peeled, sliced and cored.

Time for dishes,

scrubbed and racked.

Wipe the table,

the counter.

Does the bathroom need a scrub?

The sun is up,

the kitchen neat,

and socks are on those lotioned feet.

The lunch is packed,

the cat is fed,

fresh linens lie upon the bed.

Two hours already?

Time for me to go,

Hugs Hugs Hugs,

and a smile.

Till next week,

good bye,

take care,

and I'll see you soon.

Okay,

one more hug,

and with it,

as always,

his genuine smile.

Out the door,

the sun on my face.

In the car,

NPR,

smiling as I drive,

on to the next place.

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