The conflict of interest policy and standards adopted by Regional Center of the East Bay, states that employees act in the course of their duties solely in the best interest of the regional center clients and their families, without regard to the interests of any other organization with which they are associated or persons to whom they are related.
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.
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.
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.