Am I Eligible?
Who Do We Serve?
Children and Adults with Developmental Disabilities
Harbor Regional Center provides services to individuals who have intellectual and developmental disabilities, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism, and other conditions that are found to be closely related to mental retardation or to require the same kinds of services.
The condition must have occurred before the age of 18, be likely to continue indefinitely, and constitute a “substantial” disability for the person.
A disability is “substantial” if it affects three or more of seven major life areas (for example, a person’s ability to communicate or to learn).
- What's A Developmental Disability? Harbor Regional Center Serves People with Developmental Disabilities in the South Bay, Harbor, Long Beach, and Bellflower areas.
- Applicant Information
- Informacion Para El Solicitante
The regional center also provides services to infants and toddlers between birth and 36 months of age who have a need for early intervention services, and who meet criteria in one of the following categories:
Infants And Toddlers
We also serve infants and toddlers with Developmental Delays, or that have High Risk or Established Risk Conditions which are known to have a high probability of resulting in developmental delay or disability.
- These babies show a significant difference between the infant or toddler's level of functioning and the expected level of development for his or her age;
- These delays are seen in one or more of the following developmental areas: cognitive, physical (fine motor, gross motor, vision, and hearing), communication, social or emotional, or adaptive.
- Restored Early Start Eligibility Criteria effective January 2015
- Early Childhood Services at Harbor Regional Center
- Reasons For Concern (English)
- Motivos de Preocupacion (Spanish)
- Hand in Hand
- California Department of Developmental Services "What Is Early Start?" information page
Finally, we provide prenatal diagnosis and genetic counseling services to pregnant women who are believed to be at risk of giving birth to a child with a developmental disability.