Finding the services in the community, the social activities that develop interests and friendship – these are important for you and important to us, TCRC, your partner in our Vision that people with developmental disabilities live fully and safely as active and independent members of their communities.
Your person centered Individual Program Plan (IPP) process is meant to further explore the services and supports that are important to you and for you. For example, the type of housing, medical or dental services, and daily activities or possibly employment choices – all of these decisions are made with your Service Coordinator and people who are important to you. Employment Services are the first option considered when planning for adult services.
Dental clinics scheduled in 2019 by area.
General descriptions of services provided by regional centers.
The goal for all residential services is to maintain the highest level of independence possible while offering a safe place to live.
Day programs are community-based programs for individuals served by a regional center.
Supports, services and program options provided for seniors
Develop a Transportation Access Plan (TAP) with your IPP planning team, including Travel Training
The SSI program pays benefits to adults and children with disabilities who have limited income and resources.
This Federal program provides aid to people who are unable to achieve gainful employment due to a permanently disabling condition.
In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) provides personal care and domestic services to persons who are over age 65, blind, or have a disability and who live in their own homes.
California State University or Community College systems have Disabled Student Centers with extra supports for students
The Department of Rehabilitation supports with employment preparation.