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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Mayor Ginther Visits Heinzerling Community
On Monday, April 23rd we welcomed Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther and his team to Heinzerling Community. During the tour Mayor Ginther had an opportunity to visit with residents and staff, and learn more about the care and services provided for our residents. We greatly appreciate the time Mayor Ginther and his team took to come to Heinzerling!
By Rita Price The Columbus Dispatch Posted Feb 23, 2018 Althea Lyles long ago lost count of all the times her grandson could have died. There were the initial burns more than 65 percent of his body. Then came the surgeries, infections and brain-damaging episodes of cardiac arrest. And the pain? Doctors and nurses […]Read More
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
Heinzerling Community is pleased to introduce
TIMOTHY DOTSON, MA.
Tim is uniquely poised in joining the leadership team of Heinzerling Community following his decade as the Regional Director and ICF/ID Administrator for Echoing Hills Village (EHV) in Warsaw, Ohio providing innovative, life-enhancing experiences to people with disabilities. During his tenure with EHV, Tim was instrumental in providing executive level oversight of multiple facilities, overseeing sizeable operation budgets, leading the expansion and integration of the physical footprint of EHV further into the community, managing two adult day services, and successfully completing site surveys with the Joint Commission, the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities, and the Ohio Department of Health.
The staff on unit one recognize Ryley Bushong, Habilitation Specialist, as an integral part of the team. Ryley goes above and beyond in her care of the staff and the residents and is always willing to lend a helping hand. Most recently a long time resident was hospitalized and Ryley voluntarily stayed the night at the hospital to ensure she was not alone. The unit one staff want to commend and thank Ryley for everything she does to uphold the mission of Heinzerling “A legacy of caring”. The unit one team appreciates Ryley and her dedication to all the residents.
Congratulations to Katie Gerken, HDC Recruiter, for earning her Society for Human Resource Management SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) certification in February 2018. Earning the SHRM-CP certification involves significant course study and an examination in the areas of employment law and implementation of policies and strategies. The SHRM-CP is designed for HR professionals that serve as a point of contact for staff and stakeholders, deliver HR services and perform operational HR functions. The SHRM-CP requires continuous education to maintain. Heinzerling Community is very proud of Katie for this accomplishment!
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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