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The Medina County Board of Developmental Disabilities believes people with developmental disabilities should have access to all the great opportunities our community has to offer. We encourage everyone to learn more about how you can make everyday activities more inclusive for those with different abilities. Follow us as we highlight some of the ways people, businesses and other organizations in Medina County are taking steps to include all residents.

If You Own A Business

If you own or operate a business, chances are you have tried many different ways to attract more customers to increase your sales. Have you ever wondered if your business has physical barriers that prevent customers from accessing your shop, restaurant or office? Making your business accessible for people of all abilities not only increases your customer base and makes good economic sense, but benefits everyone and helps to create a more inclusive community.

Untapped Spending Power

Business Environment Tips

IRS Tax Benefits for Accessible Businesses

Tips for Reaching Out to Customers with Disabilities

All Fired Up – Medina, Ohio

All Fired Up! is a paint your own pottery studio in the historic district of Medina. Owner Amanda Hudak met with local advocates to talk about the small changes she has made in her business environment to make sure people with disabilities feel welcome and are able to participate in all her business has to offer.

Learn more about the products mentioned above –    Inclusive Products – All Fired Up



Upcoming Features

Watch for these community areas that we will feature in upcoming videos and resource materials:

If You Run An Organization

If You Host An Activity

If You Want to Employ A Person

If You Have A Friend or Neighbor




If you have questions or want more information on how to make your business, organization, or activity more accessible, call the Medina County Board of DD at 330-725-7751; option 3.

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