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Service Descriptions Regional Center Services and Descriptions (from...

Transition: Who will be there?

Who will be there? To assist with a discussion about special education, a representative from your local school district may be invited to the transition meeting to explain the various options and eligibility criteria. Your Service Coordinator will help explain...

Eligibility at Age 3 for Schools and Regional Centers

Some children who transition from Early Start may continue to need supports and services. Your child may qualify for services through the school district and/or the regional center. If your child qualifies for special education, it does not mean that she/he...

Special Education Eligibility

Your child may be eligible for special education. Your child’s disability must impact her or his school performance. If your child is eligible, a plan for education should be in place by age 3. There is a wide range of services available depending on your child’s...

Regional Center Eligibility

The Lanterman Act defines eligibility for regional center services after three years of age. To qualify, your child must have a developmental disability that can be expected to continue indefinitely and is substantially disabling. Developmental disabilities that may...

Family Resource Centers

Family Resource Centers work in partnership with regional centers to help meet the needs of their communities. These centers provide a vital network of parent support, including a way for parents to connect with other parents in similar situations. They offer...
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