Our Rummage Sale was a great success with items flying off the racks and shelves. Furniture and art deals were a huge hit. Thank you to all of the volunteers, including members of our day program, for helping to set up the sales room, helping out during the sale and even cooking the sausages and fries. The money will go towards a variety of projects including a vacation for approximately 18 individuals, Christmas gifts for folks who have no family members; emergency services and supplies to individuals in need and many other needs. Our sincere thanks again to everyone who helped make this a great success……our shoppers too.
Our next Rummage Sale will be scheduled for late Summer in 2017 – we will keep you posted here.Read More
Direct Service Professionals Needed:
All it takes is one person to make a difference in the life of someone with developmental disabilities. Are you that person that can teach, encourage, and motivate individuals to become the best that they can be? If so, you might be just the person we are looking for to fill our Direct Service Professional openings. We provide all training including an introduction to the field of developmental disabilities; skill development; behavioral intervention; CPR/FA; medication administration; and more. Applicants must have a HS Diploma or GED, valid driver license, reliable transportation, automobile insurance, be drug free, and have a strong work ethic. We fingerprint all new hires as per State Department of Developmental Disability rules. For information or an application please call Leeda Northeast, Inc. in Trumbull County at (330) 392-6006. Call (330)325-1560 in Portage County, and call (440)964-3167 in Ashtabula County. We also provide services in Mahoning County, if interested call Trumbull County. We have an application that you can download from this site: just click on “Download” to the right of this posting.
We have both full and part time positions available in Portage County and part time positions available in Ashtabula and Trumbull/Mahoning counties. We provide services and supports to individuals in their homes as well as through community integration. We offer paid time off (PTO), paid mileage, and a 401K to part-time employees along with flexible schedules. We also have some sleep sites available, primarily in Portage County. Heath care benefits are offered to individuals who are eligible based on the Affordable Care Act.
These positions and schedules work well for college students, retirees, individuals looking for a part time opportunity and any one else interested in supporting, teaching individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.
To Apply: Visit Leeda Northeast, Inc. 1441 Parkman Rd., Warren, OH 44485, or get an application on our website: http://www.leedanortheast.com or call one of the numbers listed above for more information. Applications can be faxed to (330)392-6116 or e-mailed to Cassandralne@gmail.com
- The Trips Ahoy Foundation is seeking individuals interested in joining our not-for-profit corporation which uses funds raised to enhance the lives of people with disabilities. We will also be holding elections in the near future to identify board members. If you are interested, membership costs $1 and gives people the ability to have input in board membership, fundraising activities, and how funds are spent. Please contact Belinda Sweeney, Cassandra Rosenberger, or Megan Sweeney at (330)392-6006. We would love to have you work with us.
The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) and OhioMeansJobs.com have unveiled a new website,www.OhioMeansAccessibility.com
Disability Sensitivity Training Video from DC Office of Disability Rights
The DC Office of Disability Rights has released a new, brief, training video on how to communicate with people who have disabilities. It delivers an important message and does so in a clever way! Take a look and spread it around:Read More
Read about our trip in this great article by Patty Arnold of the Portage News – http://portagenews.net/2014/