The mission of the Wood County Board of Developmental Disabilities is to support, empower, and inspire people.
All people are respected members of the community.
Since 1955, children, youth, and adults with developmental disabilities have counted on Wood Lane's ability to provide excellent services and supports. While the developmental disabilities system is ever-changing, the WCBDD adapts and continues to coordinate vital services for individuals with developmental disabilities in Wood County.
Community members, civic and religious groups, BGSU, as well as businesses have been a critical part of our success. In addition, we have an excellent relationship with school districts and other human service agencies to ensure options and choices in education, employment, recreation, and community involvement. We continue to collaborate with service providers and recruit new providers to the area to increase those options and choices for the individuals we serve.
Within the heart of each community, EVERYONE belongs!
Bridges to Equality March supporting advocacy for DSP's (Direct Support Professionals) at the State House.
Staff and individuals served by the WCBDD ready to walk and/or ride in the Bowling Green Holiday Parade.
Staff sending off our Athletes with good vibes for the 2019 Special Olympics Summer Games.
2 in 1: Staff Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest and Staff Retirement Celebration.