Scioto is pleased to announce its newest addition to the team, Roberto Delgado, Vice President of Acquisitions and Portfolio Management.
Coming in with an expansive knowledge in real estate finance and investment, Roberto will play a pivotal role in the continued growth and diversification of the services Scioto provides … [Read more...]
A new generation of caregivers is on the rise. More and more often, those caring for an aging parent, grandparent, ill child or disabled relative fall in the millennial age range. About a quarter of all of the approximately 44 million caregivers in the U.S. are between the ages of 18 and 34, according to the National … [Read more...]
About 1 in 68 children are diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), boys five times more commonly than girls. While the diagnoses of autism themselves have been on the rise as the awareness grows, autism itself seems to occur at a steady rate. A recent English study indicated that the rates of autism among adults … [Read more...]
As summer swings into full force, it may be a great time to consider the hobby of gardening. With a range of benefits and restorative qualities, getting started with gardening could be a great choice for those living with or without disabilities.
Working in the garden can boost a person’s sense of physical, emotional and … [Read more...]
As the weather turns warmer, a lot of us are getting outside to ride bikes, motorcycles, rollerblade, skateboard, and more. While these can all be fun activities, it's important to keep in mind just how often brain injuries can happen at these times of leisure and when it's least expected. Life-changing injuries to the head … [Read more...]
Scioto finds and purchases properties that are safe, convenient and affordable homes for people with developmental disabilities. We work with provider organizations, state agencies, families, and individuals to ensure the homes we purchase are specific to the needs of the people who will be living there.