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.
Welfare and Institutions Code Section 4783 implemented the Family Cost Participation Program (FCPP) on January 1, 2005. This law requires some families to share in the cost of Respite, Day Care, and Camping services. No other services are affected.
The mission of RCEB Deaf Services is to assure effective and comprehensive services to our Deaf and hard-of-hearing clients. Our goal is to provide outreach, advocacy and support in collaboration with our community.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Regional Center of the East Bay, Inc. will hold a public meeting on August 22, 2016, for input to the Diversity & Equity funding recommendations due to the passage of ABX2 1.
This meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m. during our regularly scheduled Diversity & Equity meeting in our San Leandro Office.
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.