ACRC continues its efforts to increase the availability of culturally and linguistically relevant materials and other information for its diverse populations. In this corner you will find translated publications about services; flyers, and other information related to upcoming events or activities hosted by ACRC. Updates will be posted as new materials become available.
The Self Determination Program (SDP) roll out is approaching! To learn more about this new way of receiving services, view and listen to the SDP Information Meeting training posted here.
DDS SDP Information Meeting Training- This is a narrated PowerPoint. Viewing this meets the training requirement to have your or your family member’s name added to the list of people interested in participating in the initial roll out of the SDP.
The regional center is a key point of contact for families with a family member who has a developmental disability, however there are many other resources available to help families navigate this experience. Links to several of of these resources are listed below. If you know of a good resource to add to our list, please contact us through your Service Coordinator.
The resources listed here are specific to clients, and may be helpful for families and professionals. They consist of links to the Department of Developmental Services (DDS) Client corner, links to publications developed by DDS’s Client Advisory Committee, resources to help clients ensure their rights are protected, and much more. Take a look!
ACRC develops an individualized plan for each eligible client that identifies what services and supports will be needed to help meet desired outcomes. This is important to understand because while ACRC is committed to helping clients and/or their family achieve their goals, by law, ACRC must exhaust other funding sources, which are referred to as generic resources and natural supports, prior to paying for any services. Funding questions can sometimes be complex. Your Service Coordinator will support the client and/or family in navigating these areas.
It is the mission of Alta California Regional Center to assist persons with developmental disabilities, including infants at risk and their families by providing and securing those services and supports necessary to maximize opportunities and choices.
It is our belief that the principal test of the success of the Alta California Regional Center is the extent to which it enhances the quality of individual and family life and improves the client’s and the family’s satisfaction with the services received from or through the Regional Center.
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The clients of Alta California Regional Center are as varied and as diverse as California itself. Our statistics are updated twice each year. As of May 1, 2018, we served 22,873 people across our 10-county service area. As an illustration of the diversity we serve: