What are the significant events, changes, and happenings that occurred with Scioto Properties in 2019? In the overall industry?
2019 brought a transition of leadership to Scioto Properties. After 14 years, Scioto’s CEO Mary Bea Eaton announced her retirement, effective January 1, 2020. Mary Bea was the driving force … [Read more...]
As we near 2020, change has come across the developmental disabilities industry, as well as Scioto Properties:
In 2019 the retirement of our President/CEO, Mary Bea Eaton was announced. Mary Bea made Scioto what it is today. Without her passion to serve, Scioto would not have become the nationwide leader in our industry. … [Read more...]
You are not alone. Mental illness is common in the United States and around the world. In fact, millions of people are affected by it every day. By understanding and sharing these statistics, we can raise mental health awareness, reduce the stigma, and advocate for better health care. We gathered some numbers presented by … [Read more...]
stress is a part of everyday life, it’s not always clear what stress is, how it
can affect your health, and how you can best deal with it in a healthy manner.
What is Stress?
Stress is simply the body's reaction to any change that requires an adjustment or response. The body reacts to these changes with … [Read more...]
In an era with historically low unemployment and increasing global competition, the demand for a robust and skilled workforce is growing. As such, people with disabilities play an essential role in meeting this growing need and in America’s overall economic success.
Observed each October, National Disability … [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.