Over 50 years ago, Otto and Mildred Heinzerling dedicated themselves to caring for an often overlooked population—children with severe and profound developmental disabilities. Today, we continue to honor their vision by providing children and adults with compassionate, respectful care in a loving and comfortable home environment.
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On September 17th, 2017 Heinzerling residents joined hundreds of other racing enthusiasts to compete in the Steps of Faith 1K/5K walk run. This was the 6th year for the event that raises funds for the Heinzerling Community and Bradley’s House of Hope, a day program in Nicaragua for children with disabilities.
Thousands of Job Openings Watch this recent Fox 28, Good Day Columbus interview with John Martin, Director of the OhioDepartment of Developmental Disabilities explaining this need in our community. There are more than 100 agencies throughout the state that are hiring thousands of workers to care for individuals with disabilities. This includes many agencies right […]Read More
Congratulations to Almeda Smith for being selected as a “Behind the Scenes” award winner. This award from the Ohio Provider Resource Association (OPRA) is dedicated to individuals who work “behind the scenes” to make a positive impact in the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities. The award will be presented at the awards luncheon during […]Read More
Larry Galluzzo, R.PH. is the Chief Executive Officer of Skilled Care Pharmacy, and a very longtime supporter of the Heinzerling Community.
Heinzerling Community congratulates Skyy King RN on her promotion from RN Nursing Shift Coordinator at Heinzerling Developmental Center to Director of Nursing at Heinzerling Memorial Foundation in August 2017.
Skyy started at HDC as a Direct Care Assistant in July 2008. Skyy fell in love with the residents and the services Heinzerling provides. As Skyy started exploring different ways to have an impact in the DD community, she decided to become a nurse.
Taylor Sealock has been employed with the Heinzerling Community since May 2015. Taylor’s attendance is exceptional and she is very dependable. Taylor is always very helpful to new staff. She’s always positive, productive, and enthusiastic! Taylor has lots of patience with the residents and she works through resident skill developments. She ensures all therapy goals are done and all therapy equipment is worn appropriately.
Major and Supporting Sponsors
Colleen Nissl and Roger Sugarman
JS2 System Solutions
Medline Industries, Inc.
Oxer Capital, Inc.
Three-C Body Shops
Tony Penzone-Merrill Lynch
Willis Towers Watson
Withers Design Group
Worthington A.M. Rotary
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