Archives by Month: October 2021

Changes to Vocational Habilitiation and Adult Day Services Rules

Updated rules for Vocational Habilitation and Adult Day Services will go into effect on October 15, 2021. These rule changes were prompted by the decision to make a STEP-like service available permanently even after Appendix K provisions end. As a result of work done between all stakeholders, a STEP-like service has been added to both Vocational Habilitation and Adult Day Services, replacing the Community Integration add on. Read More ›

Flu Prevention

This year, it is more important than ever to protect yourself and those you care for from getting influenza (flu). The best way to prevent the flu is to get the vaccine. You can also help reduce the strain on hospitals and health care systems by getting vaccinated. Read this health and welfare alert to learn more. Read More ›

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MUI Staff Spotlight: Investigative Agent Marc Coletta

Staff Spotlight

We would like to introduce everyone to Summit DD’s newest Investigative Agent, Marc Coletta.

Marc started with the MUI Department in June 2021. Prior to that, Marc worked as a SSA with Summit DD for two years. He also has seven years of investigative experience as a probation officer with the Summit County Court of Common Pleas.

“As an SSA, I learned about our individuals, their lives, what they like or don’t like, and what they need.  I learned all about the provider network and how important they are in assisting our individuals in everyday life,” shared Coletta. “All my professional experiences have helped and continue to help me in my new role as an Investigative Agent in the MUI Department.”

Marc is passionate about helping to protect those we all serve, and we are excited to have him as a member of our team. When you have a chance to meet Marc, please take a moment to welcome him to Team MUI!

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MUI Mental Health Trends

Mental Health Trends

Sadly physical suicide attempts and hospital admissions for psychiatric care for those we serve have been rising in Summit County. Read More ›

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