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Program NameDouble Jeopardy
Program SummarySupporting Aging Family Members of Older Adults with Developmental Disabilities. Developed curriculum to assist in planning for a secure future for offspring or other loved ones with mental retardation and developmental disabilities.
Agencies and Organizations InvolvedU.S. Administration on Developmental Disabilities, Ohio Department of Aging, Ohio Department of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, Ohio Developmental Disabilities Council
Funding SourceTwo grants awarded to the Ohio Department of Aging in 1999 and 2001 by the U.S. Administration on Developmental Disabilities
Funding Level$200,000 Sept. 1, 1999-Jan. 31 2001 (extended to April 30, 2001), $100,000 Sept. 1, 2001-Jan. 31, 2003 (extended to May 31, 2003)
Program EstablishedEst. 1999, ongoing support and TA available
Materials AvailableCurricum includes sections on four content areas, available on website. Curriculum manual available for purchase.
Program Contact NameCarol Shkolnik
Contact Phone Numberph. 614/752-9170, fax 614/466-5741
ContactEmail[email protected]

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