School-Age Children


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.


Planning Services Together

Alta California Regional Center (ACRC) clients will have a designated Service Coordinator to facilitate the planning process. The Service Coordinator, along with the child and their family encompass the Planning Team. They work together to review options and once the options are agreed upon, the Service Coordinator puts services and supports in place to help meet the child’s identified goals. Goals, services and supports create the Individual Program Plan (IPP), which is unique to every client.


What is a Developmental Disability?

Intellectual Disability, Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, and Autism

The term “Developmental Disabilities” applies to a whole group of conditions that may cause physical, learning, language, or behavioral impairment. According to the CDC, about one in six children in the United States have “one or more developmental disabilities or other developmental delays.” These conditions begin before the age of 18, have an impact on daily life, and generally last throughout a person’s life.