Alta California Regional Center has been recognized as one of the
2019 finalists of the Healthiest Employers of Sacramento, a
nationally recognized awards program powered by Springbuk Health
Intelligence Platform and presented by Sacramento Business
Journal. We ranked #3 in the Top Five.
Santa Day 2019 was an absolute success! Every year, we host
Santa Day as an opportunity for our clients to take a photo with
Santa in a low sensory environment. We were even featured in KCRA
channel 3 news!
Parents and Caregivers for Wellness is a group of
Parent/Caregiver run organizations from across California who are
working together to improve behavioral health services and
supports to children and their families.
Families are the best resource they have to identify the
strengths and needs of California’s families. To help them
understand what behavioral health services and supports are
needed in California, they are asking that you fill out the
following survey. The information you provide will help
them develop training and advocacy activities.
You may have recently received a Child Family Survey from the State Council on Developmental Disabilities (SCDD) regarding services you receive from Alta California Regional Center. At this time, we would like to remind you to please complete and return the surveys at your earliest convenience. We would love to hear from you! If you have already returned your completed survey, we thank you for your participation. If you have not yet received a survey, you may request one by contacting SCDD directly at (714) 558-4421, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
TOPSoccer is a program that provides special
needs kids ages 4-21 the opportunity to play a modified version
of soccer. Children get to play soccer with their peers and
“Buddies” (volunteers). The program emphasizes development and
participation over competition. TOPSoccer is a program of SYSL
(Sacramento Youth Soccer League), and enables young athletes with
special needs to develop their physical fitness, technical
skills, courage and self-esteem, through the joy and
excitement of playing soccer. One-on-one assistance is available
to children that need it.
The Crocker Art Museum has initiated an Art Access program to
ensure art is available to everyone. The Wonder Lab is one
such program that is offered the 3rd Sunday in March, June and
November from 11 am-2 pm. It’s an inclusive drop-in program
designed especially for children with special needs and their
The Art Access programs and services are offered FREE of charge.
for more information about what’s offered, call (916)
808-1962, TYY Relay: (800) 735-2929 or
For individuals under 21 years of age with autism spectrum
disorder, the California Department of Health Care Services
(DHCS) has communicated a change that will effect persons
currently receiving BHT through regional center funding.
Behavior Health Treatment will be provided as a covered
benefit, meaning families will receive the service funded by
Your Service Coordinator will be working with you on
DHCS has put out a frequently asked questions (FAQ) document to
help the public understand the changes.
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