Clark County Developmental Disabilities Superintendent wins award

The Superintendent of the Developmental Disabilities of Clark County has won a state award for professional leadership and advocacy.

Jennifer Rousculp-Miller won the Ohio Association of County Board’s (OACB) Betty Macintosh Award.

“I have worked in the field of developmental disabilities for over 30 years, and it is such a rewarding career,” Rousculp-Miller said. “Over the years I have watched many of my mentors and role models receive the Betty Macintosh Award, and to be honored in the same way is humbling.”

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The Betty Macintosh award is presented annually to a professional whose career has been dedicated to encouraging growth and development of Ohioans with developmental disabilities.

Recipients of this award are recognized for contributing to statewide advocacy efforts and systemic improvement benefiting Ohio’s developmental disabilities system.

Rousculp-Miller has served as the Superintendent of Developmental Disabilities of Clark County since 2009 - working in the field of disabilities for over 32 years.

She has served on numerous statewide boards and organizations.

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“Supporting individuals with developmental disabilities is not just a mission, but has been my life’s work,” Rousculp-Miller said. “I wouldn’t trade it for anything.”

The Developmental Disabilities of Clark County is a publicly funded agency that empowers people throughout their lifetime to achieve their fullest potential.

This organization supports the F.F. Mueller Residential Center, adult services, in-home early intervention programs for children, transportation in specialized vehicles, family supports, respite care, and vocational training. The Developmental Disabilities of Clark County also offers assistance and training to other providers of developmental disabilities services.

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