Telephone: 419-422-6387
Fax: 419-425-7073
Postal Address: 1700 East Sandusky Street
Findlay, OH 45840

24 Hour hotline: 1-888-454-0657

24 Hour hotline: 1-888-454-0657

Telephone: 419-422-6387
Fax: 419-425-7073
Postal Address: 1700 East Sandusky Street
Findlay, OH 45840



BVC offers a variety of services for individuals!



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Blanchard Valley Center's mission is to increase opportunities for people with developmental disabilities to learn, live, work and play in the community.



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(From left to right) A photo of a woman with spina bifida; a young man with Costello Syndrome; a man who was blind; & a woman with a hidden disability

10 Things Parents of Children with Developmental

Disabilities Should Know

June 2015





It’s an exciting time for the National Autism Center at May Institute.

We have just launched a new website! It includes important resources such as our new "Autism: A Closer Look" library of expert columns; free, downloadable manuals for families and educators; and updates on recent research.  Come take a look!NAC website graphic

Coming Soon—

In January 2015, the National Autism Center will begin its 10th-anniversary year by releasing the National Standards Project, Phase 2. This review and analysis of treatments for autism spectrum disorder will provide an update to the summary of empirical treatment literature published in 2009 and will include studies evaluating treatment for adults (22+) that have never been systematically evaluated before now. Stay tuned.

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 HCALC Logo OutlineBlanchard Valley Center, in collaboration with the Hancock County Autism Focus team, has announced that they have launched a new website dedicated to Autism. The new site, known as, Hancock County Autism Learn and Connect will can be found at:

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Family Advisory Council packed the house at their meeting at the Columbus Developmental Center to discuss a wide range of issues. The meeting featured a lively panel of agency service providers and a presentation about what one can expect from their County Board members among other informative presentations. If you are interested in receiving information, resources, and opportunities to meet and get information throughout the state and in a timely manner, send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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