Coordinated Future Planning is a regional center initiative to increase housing stability and prevent homelessness for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) living with aged caregivers.
The population of adults with I/DD over the age of 60 in the US will nearly double from 640,000 in 2010 to 1.2 million in 2030. Our goal is to have stakeholder-led future planning activities that result in housing security of adults with I/DD who have aged caregivers.
The first three years of life are a significant period of growth for all children. Children develop at different rates and in different ways. Differences in development may be related to personality, temperament and/or experiences. Some children may also have health needs that affect their development. While all children grow and develop at their own rate, some infants and toddlers experience delays in their development. This can be a cause for concern.
Alta California Regional Center is committed to providing school-age children and their families the resources and information they need to navigate services and supports to help their children achieve their goals.