The regional center provides lifelong services and supports for people with developmental disabilities in San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties. The diagnoses that qualify for services are Intellectual Disability, Autism, Epilepsy, and Cerebral Palsy. This brochure gives an overview of the many types of services provided for qualifying individuals and families.
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.
Generic resources are other publicly funded services and supports available to people receiving services and supports from TCRC.
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 regional center supports families living together.
Health care services may be provided
Learn more about behavioral intervention & support services, and learn how to make the most of these services through Behavioral Services Orientation.
To help families gain a foundation of knowledge in Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), they are referred to Group Parent Training. Behavioral services may begin once this training has been completed.
Speech services include assessment of and therapy for communication skills.
Counseling services may be provided when needed. Learn more about the situations in which counseling services are authorized.
If there is a need, physical or occupational therapy services may be prescribed by a physician.
There are some general guidelines that apply to services provided by TCRC.