Lanterman Coalition Hosts Rally in March

Developmental Services Rally At The Capitol!

11am-noon, Wednesday, March 4th, North steps of the Capitol (by L Street)

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The Lanterman Coalition's 19 members continue to push for funding reform to fix our developmental services system, and we've got a big opportunity for you to advocate for our system and your services.

The Coalition is holding a rally mere hours before the first major Budget hearing on developmental

TCRC Informational Night & POS Expenditure Data Presentation

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en español

Three Main Meetings

All Held at TCRC Offices

Tuesday, March 10th in San Luis Obispo View Location on Map

3450 Broad Street
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
(805) 543-2833

Tuesday, March 24th in Santa Barbara (Annex) View Location on Map

505 East Montecito Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93103
(805) 962-7881   

Thursday, March 26th in Oxnard View Location on Map 

2401 East Gonzales Road
Oxnard, CA 93036 
(805) 485-3177 

Time:  5:30 to 7:00 pm

Be sure to check our website for updated information:
www.tri-counties.org

 

Highlights

• Informational Night with representatives from:

*TCRC (service coordination, Early  Start, behavioral services, private insurance)

*Family Resource Centers

*State Council on Developmental Disabilities Central Coast

• Light meal served

• Meeting facilitation

• Child care may be available (reservations required)

• Spanish translation will be provided

Three Additional Meetings

These additional meetings will be held in local community settings at other locations in TCRC’s catchment area including:

• Santa Paula

• Santa Maria/Lompoc

• Grover Beach/Arroyo Grande/Paso Robles

Locations, dates and times to be finalized soon.

Format

• 5:30 Light Meal Served

• 6:00 Data Presentation

• 6:20 Small Group Discussions to Gather Input

• 6:50 Closing Remarks

• 7:00 Adjourn

Representatives from TCRC, Family Resource Centers, and State Council on Developmental Disabilities Central Coast will be available after the presentation until 8:00 pm to meet with people.

 

 

 

Epilepsy Summit 2015 in LA

MARCH 26 - 28, 2015, MARRIOTT MANHATTAN BEACH, CALIFORNIA

A CONFERENCE FOR COMMUNITY, SCHOOL & REGIONAL CENTER STAFF & FIRST RESPONDERS

Learn more at www.EpilepsySummitCA.org

 

Epilepsy Care – Basics of Epilepsy

March 26, 2015 • All Day 

This conference provides an overview about epilepsy and the basics of caring for someone with epilepsy in school and in the community. Attendees will learn how to recognize different types of seizures and administer seizure first aid, while also gaining a better understanding about epilepsy, the

treatments, and the impact on a person and family. This event is designed for professionals who care for individuals with epilepsy and their families as part of their work responsibilities.

TOPICS

- Basics of the Epilepsies

- Seizure Triggers

- Seizure First Aid

- Epileptic & Non-Epileptic Seizures (video examples)

- Treatments: Medication, Diet, Neuromodulation and Surgery

- Emergency Rescue Medication

- Impact & Challenges for Individual and Family

– Breakout Groups

 

Special Olympics World Games Open in July

Every two years, Special Olympics athletes come together to compete at the Special Olympics World Games. Over 7,000 athletes from around the world will gather in Los Angeles this summer to show the true meaning of courage, joy, and determination. Athletes will be competing in a variety of different sports at venues throughout Los Angeles. Games will feature competitions in aquatics, gymnastics, track and field, basketball, football (soccer) and many other summer sports. Around 500,000 spectators are expected to attend this year’s World Games. The games commence on July 25, 2015 and are free to attend. Learn more about the 2015 Special Olympics World Games here.

TCRC communities have stepped up as “Host Towns” for the games in San Luis Obispo, Santa Maria, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Oxnard, Camarillo, Thousand Oaks and Simi Valley. About 30,000 World volunteers are needed to support the host towns and athletes in creating a memorable and unique experience. Regardless of skills or background, there are volunteer opportunities for individuals or groups. Learn more about volunteering for the Special Olympics World Games here.

Other ways to support the games include fundraising, corporate sponsorship, or donating to a Host Town.  Click here for more information about how to get involved. Join us this summer in supporting and celebrating our Olympians!

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