Intake Investigative Agent II, Kim Bell has been with Summit DD for nearly 20 years. While Bell initially got an accounting degree from Stark State College and spent several years working in the field, she says that she knew she wanted to do something where she could help people and make a difference. In 2003, she began working with Summit DD. She has worked in various roles throughout her time with the Agency and joined the MUI department in 2016 after obtaining her IA certification. Read More ›
Would you like Summit DD to conduct MUI training for your staff? Summit DD is happy to help! We provide in-person or virtual trainings of the MUI Rule and other MUI-specific topics upon request. We can accommodate any size group and can even come to you for the training. Find out how to book a training for your staff.
Major Unusual Incidents: Classification and Definitions
Timely reporting of MUI’s help improve the quality of services for those we support and help keep them safe. Our MUI team is here to help you understand what to report and when. All roles and responsibilities of County Board staff and providers can be found in the MUI Rule. Also, check out the other resources found in the Department of Developmental Disabilities Health and Safety Toolkit. If you still have questions please contact us. Read More ›