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Guide To Lanterman Act

The Lanterman Developmental Disabilities Act (AB 846), also known as the Lanterman Act, is a part of California law that states the rights and responsibilities of persons with developmental disabilities. It is a powerful piece oflegislation that establishes an entitlement and defines the service delivery system. It creates the agencies, including regional centers, responsible for planning and coordinating services and supports for persons with developmental disabilities and their families.

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Support Groups

The following is a current list of support groups for families of children and adults with developmental disabilities. It is intended to help families make connections, find supports, and share resources. If you would like assistance finding a support group that meets your particular needs, you may consult your case manager or contact either the Family Resource Network or CARE Parent Network.

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Purchase of Services Expenditure Data by Diagnosis, Ethnicity, Language, Residence and Age

The department and the regional centers shall annually collaborate to compile data relating to purchase of service authorization, utilization, and expenditure by each regional center with respect consumer’s age, ethnicity, primary language, disability.

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PowerPoint Presentation for F/Y 2016-2017
PowerPoint Presentation for F/Y 2016-2017 - Spanish
PowerPoint Presentation for F/Y 2014-2015
PowerPoint Presentation for F/Y 2013-2014

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Support Groups

The following is a current list of support groups for families of children and adults with developmental disabilities. It is intended to help families make connections, find supports, and share resources. If you would like assistance finding a support group that meets your particular needs, you may consult your case manager or contact either the Family Resource Network or CARE Parent Network.

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Trainings & Workshops

CTEC

The Community Training & Education Committee (CTEC) is a committee of Regional Center staff who meet to identify training needs for Residential Care and Day Program staff who work with and provide services to individuals with developmental disabilities, their families, and service providers.

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Annual Reports Pursuant to Welfare & Institutions Code 4639.5

By December 1 of each year, each regional center shall provide a listing to the State Department of Developmental Services a complete current schedule for all personnel classifications used by the regional center. The information shall be provided in a format prescribed by the department. The department shall provide this information to the public upon request.