Track Selection Guide
On May 30 and 31, hundreds of developmental disability support professionals will meet in Columbus for two days of learning and professional development. Five tracks will be offered each day of the event. To help guests decide which tracks are right for them, OACB has created the following quick-reference guide. More information will be added closer to the event. Detailed session information will be posted in MemberConnect.
Please note this is a general guide based on areas of professional focus. All Conference guests are welcome to attend any session in any track.
Day 1: Thursday, May 30
Business and Personnel
Who Should Attend: Business managers, personnel/HR directors, business/HR support staff, and superintendents.
Government and Policy
Who Should Attend: Superintendents, department leaders, people with developmental disabilities or board members with an interest in learning more about politics or the advocacy process.
Who Should Attend: County board school age and transition staff, SSAs or supervisors who work with family members and parents, staff involved in the IEP writing and review process, parent and family advocates, and superintendents.
Partners in Service
Who Should Attend: Superintendents, SSAs and SSA Supervisors, administrators and department heads, MUI and compliance staff.
Who Should Attend: County board communications staff as well as superintendents, managers, or board members who regularly interact with the public or members of the media.
Day 2: Friday, May 31
Who Should Attend: Board members, superintendents, and board staff who interact with board members.
Who Should Attend: Good Life facilitators, superintendents, board members, and any board employees who interact with people or families served by the board.
Who Should Attend: Superintendents; EI supervisors, specialists, and service coordinators; and therapists working with families, infants, and toddlers.
Who Should Attend: Superintendents, SSAs and SSA supervisors, department heads, board members, county board staff interested in gaining a statewide perspective of the DD system.
Who Should Attend: Superintendents, employment support staff, community connections staffers, SSAs and SSA supervisors, administrators and department heads, MUI and compliance staff.